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Can you work with arcpy in Python a little bit? You could use some script to generate these zones in specific direction. I made some similar few weeks ago, I could post part of my script to help you. import arcpy, math, gc # Workspace, overwrite arcpy.env.workspace = r"YOUR_WORKSPACE" arcpy.env.overwriteOutput = True # INPUTS objects_input = "objects.shp" ...


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As you only have 2 buffer distances, you could do this in 2 easy manual steps (if you had more buffer distances I would recommend using the code from Polygeo). Step 1: Use the "Buffer" tool to create a 6 km buffer around all your points. Make sure you set Dissolve to "None" Step 2: Use the "Multiple Ring Buffer" tool to create a 6km buffer around the ...


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To do this I think that you will need to use ArcPy with: a Search Cursor to read the geometries of your points one at a time buffer each point geometry twice (6km and 12km) and then use the 6km buffer to erase (using difference) from the 12km buffer to create an annulus polygon. an Insert Cursor to write a new polygon feature class for your annulus ...


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This is the script that solves the problem. Credit and many thanks go to david_p who wrote it. I just added a few missing parentheses. import arcpy, math, gc # Workspace, overwrite arcpy.env.workspace = r"YOUR_WORKSPACE" arcpy.env.overwriteOutput = True # INPUTS objects_input = "objects.shp" # must be polygons objects = "objects_lyr.shp" ...


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I had the same problem with a similar file and found that it was due to complex polygons and polygons that only contained NA values. In particular there were one or two countries in my case that were causing it to crash - you can see these by looking at where the zonal statistics data ended before it stopped. To fix this I: Deleted all polygons from the ...


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You can get your feat geometry and create buffer using Topological operator. These code can use for you. double bufferDistance = 0.0; // Note: set buffer distance as you want. For eg:200 or 500 var featShape = feat.ShapeCopy as IGeometry; var topologicalOperator = featShape as ITopologicalOperator; var featureBuffer = ...



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