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comment Performing transformation with pyproj?
I figured out how to use it properly. See edited answer
Nov
13
revised Performing transformation with pyproj?
added preserve_units solution
Nov
13
comment Performing transformation with pyproj?
yeah, I tried removing the +meter as well, but you're definitely getting the right answer, just in the wrong unit. According to pyproj.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/docs/pyproj.Proj-class.html the default return value is supposed to be meters. You can supposedly add an optional keyword argument of preserve_units=True to make it use your projections unit of measure, but that didn't work for me. Anyway, converting to feet isn't that hard.
Nov
13
answered Performing transformation with pyproj?
Nov
13
comment SetNull in Python script “Value < 0”
May also be due to switching from a floating point raster(a raster format where each value is stored with a floating point number) to an integer format (where each value is stored a a whole number). When dealing with floating points you'll often see very, very small values instead of 0. ESRI's GRID format can store either floating point or integer values.
Nov
13
answered SetNull in Python script “Value < 0”
Aug
27
answered How to find a list of every REAL residential address in an area?
Aug
20
revised ArcGIS add attribute table to PointGeometry using arcpy
added parens to make the append actually work to add a tuple
Aug
20
revised ArcGIS add attribute table to PointGeometry using arcpy
added insertCursor example
Aug
20
answered ArcGIS add attribute table to PointGeometry using arcpy
Aug
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answered How do I input this function to “Raster Calculator” in Model Builder , in ArcGIS 10.2?
Jun
3
comment Convert length in decimal degrees to feet
I've never tried this, but you might see this link - gis.stackexchange.com/questions/14449/… Still, I think your best bet is to create another post detailing your projection issues (if you haven't already) and get some help resolving that. Feel free to link it here, and I will take a look at it.
Jun
3
comment Convert length in decimal degrees to feet
I would fix that problem first. Your distances are going to be more accurate if you're in the appropriate coordinate system. Trouble reprojecting your data may also be symptomatic of other issues.
Jun
3
answered Convert length in decimal degrees to feet
May
8
comment Python Script create spreadsheet with exception
yes, easy_install or pip should do it.
May
8
comment Python Script create spreadsheet with exception
Yeah, replace that string with the file path and file name of where you want it. So like wb.save('C:\\Users\\Mwrenn\\Desktop\\ErrorReport.xlsx')
May
8
answered Python Script create spreadsheet with exception
May
8
comment Generate a string based on an integer range
Do you get any error messages? The only thing I can think of off the top of my head is that either you've somehow corrupted your python installation, or maybe you're just not selecting the Python parser option at the top of the field calculator where it has radio button for Pythong & VB
May
6
revised Error msg “Name is not defined” when trying to populate a field with the shape file name
Found the real source of the error message