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using arcgis editor for OSM, you can auto extract features and symbolize it, also it allows you to extract information to table. http://www.esri.com/software/arcgis/extensions/openstreetmap


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The above answer is missing a few crucial details that might frustrate people, as Dre pointed out. I've tried to work out why copy gets greyed out - I read it had something to do with some aspect of the feature class not agreeing with the data frame, but I couldn't resolve it. To duplicate annotation in an annotation feature class when "Copy" is greyed out: ...


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Create Mosaic dataset,NOT MOSAIC TO NEW RASTER. Use it as input, it will work as single raster


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A simple outer join would do. And what do you mean by number of records are not same. Do you have any new points or points missing in the second table? Whatever it is is the priority should be your records of first table and attributes of second. So table 1 outer join table 2..so that you can have all the records from table1 and matching records from table ...


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There are three easy methods to join data using ArcGIS: If you have shared keys between the two feature classes, and attribute fields already exist, you can use a table Join to "merge" the attribute tables. You have the option to do an inner or outer join. This join is stored in memory while ArcGIS is running. If you want it to persist you can export the ...


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Do you have an Advanced License? If so, I think you should be able to use the Near or Generate Near Table tool to find the 2 closest pipes to each valve. Then You could join that table back to the Pipes FC based on the FID to bring the diameter fields over.


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The classes seem to contain the values you want to display but have also ultra high ones. I have not a exact solution to your problem but some hints you could try. Add the .csv file to ArcMap and export it as .dbf before joining. Add the .dbf to your workspace and try the join with this file Alternatively open the .dbf files in excel and check if these ...


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regarding this issue I found that fields does not appears in the drop-down menu when the field "type" is float. It varies according to the software used, but copying the values to a text field may usually work. Hope this helps to somebody else.


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The following program ArcMap2SLDConverter will generate an SLD file from an ArcGIS Map - but you must have ArcGIS installed and running to do so. This SLD can then be uploaded to GeoServer, and used to style the corresponding layer.


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Since the network analysis is not concerned with specific attributes or properties of the features, only their location on and relation to the network, there isn't really a way to include them as part of the solver output. However, you can take your polygon results, export them to a standalone shapefile/feature class, and then use a spatial join or other ...


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You can use the substr() function in the field calculator substr("field-name", 4, 100)


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You have different possibilities String manipulation toint( substr( tostring( 16011234 ), 5, length( tostring( 16011234 ) ) - 4 ) ) And for your second question: Take the substring starting at position 3 ( 16011234 ) with a length of the total number of digits (8) minus the first two minus the last two resulting in a length of 8 - 4 = 4 In the end ...


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i have been working on something similar , at the moment i have it to the point where is a script that can be run from idle. what happens is that you make a tempoary feature layer and then you need to save to have your layer. The second link below , save_to_layer_file has a python code example ...


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In any case, I solved the problem eventually with some help. You might as well check the Geonet community on ESRI for my solution if someone is curios. It involves using the SearchCursor to get the unique values, followed by a loop to get each value from a list that is used as an input in MakeFeatureLayer tool.


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No need to write any code, a very simple model as shown below could do all this. You set the group by field to be your integer field and the iterator will create a sub-set which you save out using the select tool.



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