Annalisa Minelli

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bio website unipg.it/~annalisa.minelli
location Perugia, Italy
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Grown up in Open Source GIS software (GRASS and Qgis) as developer (C, Shell, Python), recently approached the ArcGIS Python programming too.


Feb
15
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
1
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
14
comment How do I obtain layout coordinates of features using arcpy?
Thanks Pete but I need a great precision in a very long script and raster doesn't seem to be the best solution.. moreover my dataframe is rotated, but I don't know what is the base rotation point in ArcGIS.
Jun
14
revised How do I obtain layout coordinates of features using arcpy?
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Jun
14
comment How do I obtain layout coordinates of features using arcpy?
exactly, @Pete. This is the "problem".
Jun
14
asked How do I obtain layout coordinates of features using arcpy?
Jun
7
accepted How to rotate labels using ArcPy?
Mar
14
comment How to add a table into the TOC in a Python script?
my problem is that, using a python script, I'd like to add a table view to the TOC once created because I found that evenif the script creates the tableView in the workspace folder, the same table is not autmatically added to the TOC and other operations on the table cannot be performed. Moreover I have the ArcGIS 10.0 version, so I cannot use the command arcpy.mapping.AddTableView, as correctly suggested by @artwork21.. any ideas?
Mar
14
comment How to add a table into the TOC in a Python script?
thanks to artwork21 and PolyGeo. My problem was exactly this: I got only ArcGIS 10.0. No way to do this in that version?
Mar
1
asked How to add a table into the TOC in a Python script?
Mar
1
comment Add table from SDE to ArcMap TOC via ArcMap python window
@user12325, can I ask you how did you solve? I was not able to find any answer to your question.. thanks.
Mar
1
comment How do I add a shapefile in ArcGIS via Python?
Hello all, maybe this is a little off-topic but I got the exact same problem with tables. I got to produce a tableview in a script, to run some other linear referencing modules and I cannot add the table to the TOC. Thanks in advance, Annalisa
Jan
25
awarded  Editor
Jan
25
accepted How to create a route and add that route as layer to map using ArcPy?
Jan
25
comment How to create a route and add that route as layer to map using ArcPy?
many thanks, it seems to work (makes a route event layer) evenif it doesn't seems to add the created route to the TOC. Quite strange, but it works.
Dec
13
comment How to create a route and add that route as layer to map using ArcPy?
@PolyGeo : the code into my script executes the commands below arcpy.CreateRoutes_lr("vectorline","FID","provaroute","LENGTH","","","LOWER_LEF‌​T") arcpy.AddMessage("route created") arcpy.MakeRouteEventLayer_lr("provaroute","FID","tableView","ID POINT MEAS","pointRoute.shp") I placed the "AddMessage" just to verify that the command "CreateRoutes" works and I had really no problem with it - the problem is in the "MakeRouteEventLayer". Many thanks..
Dec
13
comment How to create a route and add that route as layer to map using ArcPy?
@fgcartographix : I cannot understand what is the "newSource" since lyrZones seems not to be a list and the route is not produced in ".shp" format..
Dec
11
comment How to create a route and add that route as layer to map using ArcPy?
thanks @fgcartographix , I've got no data at the moment, but I'll try your suggestion as soon as possible. PolyGeo : I created the routes using arpcy.CreateRoutes_lr. Then I have to place some points on the routes, starting from a table. So I used the "MakeRouteEventLayer_lr", but, at that point, the command doesn't find the routes.
Dec
7
asked How to create a route and add that route as layer to map using ArcPy?
Oct
11
comment How to rotate labels using ArcPy?
@geogeek, thanks. I'll have a look at it - I was just wonderin' myself if Arcobject was a solution.. but, from waht I see, it seems I need more time than I have to implement this solution.. (evenif I know a little C, I should study all Arcobject structure..) but, if I cannot do otherwise, for sure I'll do.