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The northern two-thirds of Georgia should be pretty good, because the South Carolina coordinate reference system is Lambert conformal conic-based. Thus, the standard parallels extend through Georgia too. I ran a point at 31N 85W through the National Geodetic Survey's SPC program to see what the distortion would be. Note: South Carolina's zone is 3900. It ...


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I've been asked for this twice now, so sorry for the delay. This is unlikely to be considered a terse solution; I wrote it when a little bit further down the learning curve than I currently am. Any tips welcome, even stylistic ones. --Inputs: --walkingNetwork = Line features representing edges pedestrians can walk on --stops = Bus stops --NOTE: stops.geom ...


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You can get the normal angle or tangent angle or the compliment to either of those angles for any point event along a Route. You can then use the Bearing and Distance to Line tool to set lines extending from your event on that angle bearing and extract the To End Point of the line with the Feature Vertices to Point tool to get a new point. If you just want ...


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The easiest way I found was to go to the "Routes" tab under layer properties. From there you are able to symbolize lines with no M value or "NaN" in a different manner under "Route Measure Anomalies". These lines then contrast compared to the rest.


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If your table of levees had a from value and to value field, the create routes tool would have added the m-values based on the length of the line. Also, if the table has a from value and to value field you could map the table back to the feature class. If one levee does not have any m-values that row will not be placed in the output. There is probably a ...



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