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Although using the Soil Data Viewer is great. I was able to figure out how to accomplish what I originally set out to do. This document was a good resource. Extracting Soil Orders From STATSGO Instead of getting soil orders I wanted hydrologic groups. I used some python to combine all of the comp.txt files for the state of pennsylvania. I then brought this ...


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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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From the ArcGIS 10.1 Help: Files with a .txt, .asc, or .csv extension are interpreted as comma delimited, while files with a .tab extension are interpreted as tab delimited by default. Any file with one of these extensions will be interpreted as a text file table even if it doesn't contain tabular data. If you attempt to display a text file that ...


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Use mukey to link the soils, not musym(the soil's name). If you are having continued problems, contact the specific state's NRCS State Soil Scientist for the assistance. They will have someone on staff that can help with more specific questions. When we make Hydrological group soil maps, we don't use the break downs from the Web Soil Survey(WSS). We ...


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The Soil Data Viewer from the NRCS makes querying single attributes from SSURGO data relatively easy.



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