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To summarize the very useful comments by @Spacedman, @JeffreyEvans and @AriB.Friedman, but also to address the questioner's second problem about saving the generated subset and to provide a reproducible example for future audience, let me add a brief example to cover the whole topic. In fact, I'm much more often working with raster data than point or polygon ...
ok this was easier than i thought: spatial.subset<-states.shp[5,] if you know which line in your attribute table should be the subset. If you don't know you could do something like spatial.subset<-states.shp[states.shp@data$STATE=="California" ,] for a single state or spatial.subset<-states.shp[c(states.shp@data$POPULATION>1000000),] for several ...
Select by attributes for Marginal select polygons of interest select by location make sure the selection method is select from currently selected features choose your points in the target layer and your polygon layer in the source layer make sure the Use selected features box is checked selection method is target layer is completely within the source ...
1) Select your polygon of interest - you can do this manually or with one of the selection tools. 2) Select your 'marginal' points using the Select By Attributes tool with the Method drop-down set to 'Add to current selection'. You will now have a selected polygon in one layer and selected points in another layer. 3) Use the Select By Location tool to ...
You can use the Join Attribute by Location tool. This will add attribute columns of the polygon layer to your point layer.
Multiply everything with 10 to get rid of your first decimal place: ("ALTITUDE"*10) % (5*10) = 0 This should work accordingly with any other figure.
I don't have a 9.3 server to screenshot. but here as a 10.1
It's clear that there is an appetite for a plugin like this. As everyone has noted, there's nothing particularly difficult about running a single, simple query. Where it gets complicated is building an interface to help the user to write a valid query for the current layer(s) on the map, running the query, then doing something with the result(s). I ended ...
If you are using ArcServer 10.1 you could create a Geoprocessing service which references either a model or script that you built to do this. The link above gives step by step instructions on how to create the model, then create the services and finally consume it in your app. Alternatively, there is this sample that uses a query to select records, you ...
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