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You can do this is the following way: Run a spatial join to create a temporary dataset, you need to do this as this gives the ID relation you want, well ID X is on polyline ID Y. Create a standalone table from this spatial join which has nothing more than your polyline ID, Well ID and Flow volume. Join this table to your geometric network layer Run a ...


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You don't really need polygons, and in fact points for your origins and destinations would work better. You can have a point represent a building or parking lot, but it sounds like you're working at a pedestrian scale in which case it might be better to have points for specific building entrances or other such destinations. The most important thing with ...


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In order to show isochrones on you system you can use the map api service iso4app. Currently is available for 3 countries: Great Britain, Portugal and Italy. More information at www.iso4app.net


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Select by location all street lines that cross the boundary of your polygon. Use Feature Vertices to Points (requires an Advanced license) on the selected lines with the BOTH_ENDS option. Since line direction isn't guaranteed to be consistent in crossing your polygon boundary, you need both ends of the street line. Select by location all of the created ...



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