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I have a script for this task. It was developed for processing Landsat data. Usage: DATE(161, 2015) Prints string: '2015.06.10' Here is a code (sorry, but comments and some messages are in russian): # -*- coding: cp1251 -*- # функция определения даты по году (ХХХХ) и дню (ХХХ) в формате: от 1 до 365(366) def DATE(DAY, YEAR): DAY = int(DAY) YEAR ...
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
Tyler, You have enabled editor tracking through catalog where the time gets recorded through UTC. You can disable editor tracking. And goto toolbox -> data management -> fields -> enable editor tracking option. Identify the already created fields of create and updates and for timings select database timing for recording. By default it is UTC. Regards.
Check out The Google Time Zone API. It provides timezone info based on lat/lon. https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/timezone/
After exploring some options, since your data has a date/time field and you are already using a time slider, it seems the best way to go is using tools specifically aimed at exporting temporal series maps, rather than DDP or definition queries. The help files on the subject mention that you can use arcpy.mapping python scripts to produce time series output, ...
GeoRSS comes in several flavours - you could use simple which is a step up from CSV. This gives you an entry like: <entry> <title>M 3.2, Mona Passage</title> <link href="http://example.org/2005/09/09/atom01"/> <id>urn:uuid:1225c695-cfb8-4ebb-aaaa-80da344efa6a</id> ...
For shapefiles, the time portion is truncated from the datetime value. So you should work inside a geodatabase if you need the time. If you really need to work in a shapefile, I suggest that you try it within a text field
Eventually, I managed to find a solution. Firstly, I changed the way the for loop was being done, making a condition with if so that row.DATE_IMPOR knows what to look for, in this case it was which I passed it in as (None). e.g. if row.DATE_IMPOR == None: row.DATE_IMPOR = time.strftime('%d/%m/%Y') cursor.updateRow(row) However, I ...
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