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At ArcGIS 10.3 (or even earlier probably) there are two useful tools for splitting up large complex polygons. DICE will cut up large polygons to make them draw faster and process quickly because a spatial index is more effective with smaller features. There is also a related tool CartographicPartitions which creates a grid for too many points in a ...


Navigate to arc toolbox Select cartography tools then data driven pages Select grid index features Select input feature Units for polygon width and height Click okay


Create a polygon grid using the Vector Grid tool instead of lines. Make sure to check the polygon output. Once you have a polygon grid (also known as fishnet), you can use the Sum line length tool in the QGIS Vector analysis tools. This will result in a new field for each cell with the total road length inside it Here's a simple example of a vector ...


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