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Currentyly there is a method to filter geometries within some distance in PostGIS that uses spatial index: http://postgis.net/docs/ST_DWithin.html


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PerfQAnalyzer does just that. From that page: In the Spring of 2012 we released the PerfQAnalyzer tool, which assists users in capturing render and edit times within ArcGIS for Desktop. This tool is a free, unsupported, downloadable tool offered to the Esri user community which can be run from within ArcMap (as an add-in) or as a stand-alone ArcGIS ...


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I think you should try mxdperfstat: An ArcGIS Engine command line tool to diagnose typical mxd performance problems. Supports ArcGIS 9.3, 10, 10.1, 10.2, 10.3 versions.


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For questions like these, I find Tom MacWright's Mapmakers Cheat Sheet useful. In your particular case, look at the section about lines: https://github.com/tmcw/mapmakers-cheatsheet#lines. As already mentioned by @john-barça, a tiling solution is probably best; I'm personally not a fan of WMS though, I usually find mbtiles etc easier to work with.


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is the area field a float? you may want to try creating the area index (clustered or non) on an integer field (if your use case can accept the generalization).


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First and foremost, work with layers for better performance -- therefore, after you create the feature class, turn it into a feature layer using the MakeFeatureLayer tool...then add all your fields to that layer. Second option, and this is perhaps the fastest way, try using a numpy array: narray = numpy.array([], numpy.dtype([('INTID', numpy.int), ...



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