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Water resources engineer in Portland, OR.


Apr
27
comment Does this ArcGIS flow accumulation example have an error?
thanks @whuber that a very helpful write. fwiw, here's what i'm working on: github.com/phobson/watershed
Apr
26
awarded  Scholar
Apr
26
accepted Does this ArcGIS flow accumulation example have an error?
Apr
26
comment Does this ArcGIS flow accumulation example have an error?
Thanks. I'm not an ESRI products user, and all of my googling took me to 10.0 and 10.1 pages.
Apr
26
revised Does this ArcGIS flow accumulation example have an error?
edited title
Apr
26
revised Does this ArcGIS flow accumulation example have an error?
edited tags; edited title
Apr
26
comment Does this ArcGIS flow accumulation example have an error?
@PolyGeo That's an excellent. I trust your judgement on that.
Apr
26
revised Does this ArcGIS flow accumulation example have an error?
returned the article in the title
Apr
26
comment Does this ArcGIS flow accumulation example have an error?
@PolyGeo, I'm not sure the argis-desktop tag is appropriate. I don't care about the software. Just teh example/algorithm.
Apr
26
awarded  Student
Apr
26
comment Python code for calculation between fields in shapefile?
I would just read the file into DataFrame via fiona, perform your operations, and write a new shapefile? Then you don't need ArcGIS at all.
Apr
26
asked Does this ArcGIS flow accumulation example have an error?
Oct
31
awarded  Editor
Oct
31
revised ArcPy SearchCursor getValue leads to NoneType object has no attribute lstrip?
you shouldn't reassign `str` in python
Oct
30
suggested approved edit on ArcPy SearchCursor getValue leads to NoneType object has no attribute lstrip?
Oct
30
comment ArcPy SearchCursor getValue leads to NoneType object has no attribute lstrip?
I'd like to add str is a keyword in python and and it's best to not reassign it.
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Mar
26
comment Expression labelling in ArcMap: Label only where value is > 1
note, in python it's better to say if XXXX is not None:
Jan
22
comment How to divide polyline into 1-mile increments?
Could you expand on this? What functions in the linear referencing toolbox can be used to display mile markers?
Jan
22
awarded  Supporter