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For vector shifts you can buffer within a radius, anything remaining would need a manual quality assurance. Quality tends to have a manual element unless you are just testing for regression. Address points same operation. Raster look for differences in values tweening pooled versioned data, same with math, any way that is enough for a light overview. Best in ...


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I'll assume that you are trying to do this on two polygons in the same feature class of a geodatabase. I tested using a file geodatabase but other flavours should work fine too. Shapefiles will not have their areas updated automatically but geodatabase feature classes do. What you want to do is easy using Map Topology at any license level of ArcGIS ...


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To work with topology using a Basic (formerly called ArcView) level license you can use map topology on your file geodatabase: A map topology creates topological relationships between the parts of features that are coincident, which allows you to simultaneously edit features that share geometry. You can create a map topology for point, line, or ...


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According to this page the spatial rel enum for intersect: Returns a feature if any spatial relationship is found. Applies to all shape type combinations. and for overlap: Returns a feature if the intersection of the two shapes results in an object of the same dimension, but different from both of the shapes. Applies to Area/Area, Line/Line, ...


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I think Interset only a part of the first geometry is into the second geometry. Overlap, the first geometry cover completely the second.


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Listing topology name is not possible using arcpy directly as listing feature classes. You have to get to the feature dataset first and then iterate through objects within the feature dataset. ListFeatureClasses() will not return topologies. import arcpy import os path = r"C:\ArcGIS\Default.gdb" arcpy.env.workspace = path gdb_objects = ...


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There is a QGIS tool which is designed to help remove sliver polygons: Vector > Geoprocessing Tools > Eliminate Sliver Polygons An alternative method which may or may not work (depending on your polygons and attributes) is to use the Dissolve function (Vector > Geoprocessing Tools > Dissolve) and select a unique attribute column for the dissolve field. I ...



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