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Thanks for your script, very nice! =D I encountered a small issue, since relies on several geoprocessing tools that run for each row (Create Table > Add Field > Cursor to Insert Rows > Bearing Distance To Line > Append > Delete Table > Delete Lines >>> Reiterate for new row). This works well for 50 or 100 features (it took 10 secs per feature for me). ...


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Here's a script I put together. The script uses your point and your line feature class, and outputs a new line feature class of line features as desired. The basic steps: Iterate through points Create a buffer around each point Create East-West line from each point. This will be used to slice your buffer in half Create point north of each input point. This ...


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I use interface IFeatureEdit (or IFeatureEdit2). If you use method Split from interface IFeatureEdit, it will splits your feature, you will get 2 features. All of them will be new feature. (I mean 2 new Object IDs). However, if you use interface IFeatureEdit2, with method SplitWithUpdate, it is advance. We can get 2 features, but one is old feature and ...


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What format is the data file in? I would ask on an MS Office or Excel forum regarding splitting the data into each line segment in Excel. Once you have split the data into segments (make sure there is a unique identifier for each polyline) and loaded the file into MapInfo you can follow the instructions here ...


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Well, another solution (better than last approach) is to REMOVE any kind of geometry from "those non-spatial" features with GeometryRemover transformer. So, with that, there will be the possibility to write into the shape file Writer properly. Thanks all for your ideas.


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This is because Geography is designed to handle coordinates in degrees (lat/long) and "knows" how to convert these into metres for your STDistance method. Geometry, however, assumes you are on a flat plane and therefore treats your map units as simple distances - so you are asking for all points within 5000 degrees of the centre and since that exceeds the ...


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The article you cite does not mention least-squares or over-determined solutions. It makes what I consider to be a very bold statement: In three-dimensional geometry, when it is known that a point lies on the surfaces of three spheres, then the centers of the three spheres along with their radii provide sufficient information to narrow the possible ...



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