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I recommend that you try using the Intersect (Analysis) tool with one input. According to How Intersect works (with my bolding): Intersect can run with a single input. In this case, instead of discovering intersections between the features from the different feature classes or layers, it will discover the intersections between features within ...
Ok, so I found the answer to my question. I could try to go on in length as to how to accomplish this task, but I would rather let ESRI do it. If you go to this link, http://help.arcgis.com/en/arcgisdesktop/10.0/help/index.html#//00s500000025000000 you will be given very specific instructions on how to do this from start to finish. It is actually a bit ...
You might try Aggregate Polygons. It is located in the Cartography Toolbox, Generalization toolset. This requires an Advanced ArcGIS license. http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/main/10.2/index.html#//00700000000s000000
You can do with arcgis project(Data Management) tool . It will convert from one coordinate system to any other. Go to arc tools and search for Project tool in Data management and give in put your vector file and give output coordinate system whatever you want based on your your requirements.
I found this thread in the old esri forums. There are several suggestions.
The OnMouseUp event is only fired when you click somehere on the map. If you click on your dialog, or anywhere outside the map, the event won't fire. If you're clicking on the map, and try to fire an event on a (non modal) dialog, then you can follow SeaJunk's idea. On your tool, Implement an interface with a function that allows you to pass a reference ...
It sounds like you want to read up on advanced symbology options using Join and Merge symbology options (different from Join and Merge editing, table visualization, and geoprocessing tools). Check out the article at http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/main/10.2/index.html#/What_is_symbol_level_drawing/00s500000039000000/ I have personally never used this ...
You have almost the whole process. After selecting the features you want to have in a separate shapefile (so that they are colored like in the picture), right-click the layer in Table of contents (the list to the left), --> Data --> Export data. Choose where to save the file. To save the rest to a different shapefile, use the highlighted button (switch ...
Assuming that white areas are small polygons ( if not they can be created) repeating Spatial join of whites with colored (share boundary with option, one to many) might work. After first join assign to white color of first colored. Append colored with subset of assigned whites. Remove subset from whites, etc. You might want to sort colored first, to set a ...
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