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Here is a summary of the main differences. Note that both tools can split lines at intersection (it depends on the selected option): Input types: feature to lines: Lines and/or polygons polygon to lines : polygon only Number of input: feature to lines: multiple inputs polygon to lines : one Management of shared boundaries feature to lines: two lines* ...


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Polygon To Line is a tool that convert polygon feature to line feature. It is stated clearly in Polygon To Line help that it Creates a feature class containing lines that are converted from polygon boundaries with or without considering neighboring polygons. Whereas Feature to Line not only converting polygons to lines, but also splitting line, ...


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Like Nathan has already mentioned, GPS Visualizer has an option to export to SVG. This is the easiest option, but the exported SVG files are unsuitable to work with in any way, as instead of creating one path per track, it creates a billion of small lines that are orthogonal to the track, and only when you zoom out it looks like a line. An option that ...


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I met the same problem, my solution is create one copy of the polygon first, add one field with the same ID with the centroid points(should be there, don't need to create). Then use the C# arcobjects to judge if the polygons are touched, like this: ISpatialFilter pSpatialFilter = new SpatialFilterClass(); pSpatialFilter.SpatialRel = ...



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