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comment How to open this WWF shapefile?
Then it would appear as your data is in a raster format, not shapefiles. Did you click somewhere in Arcmap when you loaded it? That could result in incomplete pyramid files. Try removing the .ovr file and load again, but don't click anywhere until the raster is displayed!
Apr
21
reviewed Leave Closed QGIS 2.14 - Saving Lat/Long csv file to ESRI Shapefile Error
Apr
21
reviewed Leave Closed IDE's that play well with python toolbox
Apr
19
comment Error running Arc Hydro tools function in ArcMap?
Also, why would I need to copy my database from Documents? What's the difference from just creating a new one?
Apr
18
comment Snap or Move a Point to its closest attribute matching line ArcMap
Could you please add a summary of the contents of the link, in case it dies in the future? Link only-answers may be deleted. gis.stackexchange.com/help/deleted-answers
Apr
18
comment Why ArcGIS 10.3 'Go to XY tool' doesn't works when click?
Then please explain further what it is that you can't get working. Use the edit button beneath your question to update it.
Apr
18
comment Why ArcGIS 10.3 'Go to XY tool' doesn't works when click?
If the linked question is not the same as your problem, please edit your question and include more information about what that is not working.
Apr
18
comment Why ArcGIS 10.3 'Go to XY tool' doesn't works when click?
Possible duplicate of Go To XY is not working in ArcMap 10.3.1
Apr
14
comment Flow Accumulation weight grid
Flow acc only contains (as you noted) relative values that are derived from what you put in and represents a direction (search for D8 for example). That is not the right place to introduce these modifications, IMO. The level of infiltration wont affect the direction of flow, does it? What is your end goal here? Amount of water travelling from A to B? For that you need more specialized software than Arcmap.
Apr
11
accepted Accessing ArcGIS Resources for 10.3 and 10.4
Apr
11
comment Accessing ArcGIS Resources for 10.3 and 10.4
Thank you Alex. I guess I just didn't understand how to use the page... I agree that most of the time it's not worth navigating in the help (especially those days with long response times). However, it is sometimes useful being able to link to a tools help page, for example in answers here or to colleagues. And I was quite confused in general that I couldn't seem to find it :)
Apr
11
comment Accessing ArcGIS Resources for 10.3 and 10.4
I think you might be on to something, you should turn that into an answer :) And ESRI should really do something about those insane response times. Chrome even asks me if I want to close those tabs because of no response...
Apr
11
asked Accessing ArcGIS Resources for 10.3 and 10.4
Apr
7
comment ArcPy Script Tool takes 30min - Ideas to accelerate the (raster) process
Have you timed each section/function to see which part takes up most time? What was the result?
Apr
7
comment Convert rasterfile into shapefile for ArcGIS Online upload/integration
You can also create contour lines.
Apr
6
answered How to Call ArcHydro Tools in Stand Alone Python Script
Apr
5
comment Multiple ArcMap Instances
That does indeed sound annoying. Why would they do that? I'm just about to start trying out ArcGIS Pro, but if I can't have more than one window open at any time I might not even bother...
Apr
5
comment Watershed tool producing same output as basin tool for all pour points
I'd recommend using the ArcHydro Toolset instead of the Spatial analyst version. Gives you more control and has a lot more features for exactly this kind of analysis.
Apr
4
revised How to find a datasets spatial reference and apply it to another dataset?
code formatting
Apr
4
comment Multiple ArcMap Instances
Someone more knowledgable in the topic can probably create an informative answer, but I personally almost always have multiple instances of Arcmap running simultaneously. Each Arcmap instance can only use one core (?), so shouldn't really be a problem to run multiple parallell processes without affecting each other (at least until #Arcmap processes >= #cores).