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API conditions constantly change, but this should work right now. OSM: devtools::install_github("hrbrmstr/nominatim") library(nominatim) b1 <- osm_geocode("Berlin, Germany") b1[c("lat", "lon")] Yahoo: devtools::install_github("trestletech/rydn") library(rydn) options(RYDN_KEY="yourAPIkey", RYDN_SECRET="yourSecret") b2 <- find_place("Berlin, ...


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There is no need to loop through the list of rasters generated from glob.glob() and append them to a new list. I would take the following approach: Define the input and output workspaces List all rasters using glob Loop through the list Define the output name and path Perform extract by mask Save the extract by mask import arcpy, glob, os ...


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You can copy the field from the batch generator and paste it into excel to make custom output names if you don't use python. Can then be copied back into batch from excel. I'd highly recommend using this as an opportunity to try Python, this a perfect beginners application. Something like this should do the trick: import glob import os """folder ...


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If anyone is still ever looking at this and are interested in scripting instead of batching, you can use the glob module in python to search through your directory that contains the .csv's, and then use one of the arc tools (feature class to feature class, copy features, etc.) as mentioned above. You can download the glob module for free, but I think it ...



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