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Apr
21
comment Household Income Data Source (Canada)
The Open Data Stack Exchange may be a more suitable site to research/ask this.
Apr
21
comment Where to download free transport and urban data for the capital cities in South East Asia (ASEAN)?
I think this may be a question more suited to the Open Data Stack Exchange but, if you decide to post there, then be sure to read what is on-topic for them first.
Apr
20
comment ArcPy Customize Legend Error - NameError “Not Defined”
Is it in the same data frame? A picture of your Table of Contents may be useful within your question.
Apr
20
comment Trimble Access vs. TerraFlex: Which is simpler for creating data entry forms?
I think this is too broad because you are effectively asking for a list of requirements for two products to be compared. For focused Q&A I recommend you take the requirement of most concern to you and, if you think one or other product may not be able to meet it, then ask about that specifically.
Apr
20
comment Shapefile to Rectangle Overlay/Intersect Test?
There is an edit button beneath your question that can be used to revise it with any requested clarifications. Potential answerers who are all volunteers do not always have time to read comments so anything important should always be in the question body.
Apr
20
comment Draw Polygons by Longitude/Latitude
I notice that you have not yet taken the 2-minute Tour that is designed to introduce new users to this site and its protocols.
Apr
20
comment What are some automated techniques for cleaning bad data from a GPS track log?
When you have "been trying to manually remove this bad data" what GIS software have you been using? I think you should focus your question on that to prevent it being too broad.
Apr
20
comment Add features to point layer in QGIS 2.12
Your question title should be a summary of what is in your question body.. Please try to always mention the GIS software and version that you are using in your question body.
Apr
20
comment Offsetting polygon borders where they share border in QGIS?
Your question title should be a summary of what is in your question body.. Please always mention the software and version that you are using in the question body. There is a 2-minute Tour that introduces users to the site and its protocols which you appear not to have taken.
Apr
20
comment Creating new layer using selection from attribute table in QGIS?
What were the previous answers on this topic? It is best to always link to any relevant earlier Q&As.
Apr
20
comment Debugging looped python script (updating picture element link)?
Are you running this as a Python Script Tool from a Standard Toolbox? If so, you could use arcpy.AddMessage() instead of print to see messages in the Results window. However, it may be easier just to run it in IDLE where you will see print statements.
Apr
20
comment Debugging looped python script (updating picture element link)?
Have you tried isolating the MXD/image that it fails on? Have you tried adding more print statements to show how far it gets? Can you include not just the code that you run, and the error you receive, but also the output of any print statements, please? I suspect that this error could be triggered with less code. Please keep using the edit button to improve your question rather than putting code into comments.
Apr
20
comment Debugging looped python script (updating picture element link)?
What happens when you try to do this on a single MXD? I suspect that your error may not be to do with your loop so I think you should try to eliminate it from the code snippet that you present here.
Apr
20
comment Exporting Raster Layer using “Export Raster Data” vs Copy Raster
Please use the edit button so that you can format that code snippet using {}. I suspect gis.stackexchange.com/questions/107700/… may provide the answer once the code snippet is known.
Apr
19
comment Exporting Raster Layer using “Export Raster Data” vs Copy Raster
I'm still struggling to distinguish in your question where you are describing things that you have in an existing code snippet, and tools that you are running one at a time using their tool dialogs or perhaps via the Python window.
Apr
19
comment Polygon shapefile has irregularities when viewed in ArcMap?
That is what I suspect. Is what you see displayed consistent with what you see when you Start Editing polygons in a layer sourcing that shapefile? If it is, then I would go back to the data provider to try and learn more about how it was captured and any data conversions that have occurred before it reached you.
Apr
19
comment Relationship between “cellsize” in ASCII format and area on a map in ArcMap?
How are you "trying to import data into Arc in ASCII format"? i.e. what tool and parameter values are you using, and how does the result observed differ from what you are expecting? Also, I note that you have not yet taken the Tour that introduces users to our focussed Q&A format.
Apr
19
comment Polygon shapefile has irregularities when viewed in ArcMap?
Have you tried to Repair Geometry? I won't guarantee that will fix it but it is something that will be quick for you to try before asking you for more details.
Apr
19
comment Reprojection script failing after running once
I thought arcpy.env.overwriteOutput = True would enable you to overwrite those outputs too, but to make sure they are gone before you try to re-create them with Project, then instead or as well use arcpy.Exists() to check for their existence and arcpy.Delete_management() to delete them if they do.
Apr
19
comment Exporting Raster Layer using “Export Raster Data” vs Copy Raster
Can you include a code snippet to illustrate the process that takes 14 hours instead of your expected 30 mins, please? And a more detailed description of the steps you perform in ArcMap which starts from a Blank Map and adds the raster. I suspect that your script must be doing something more than a straight copy of your data in the same coordinate system. Your mention of "joined attribute data" makes me think there may be more to this than you have detailed so far.