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comment ArcGIS: Cutting Fishnet OR Create Parcels
Welcome to GIS SE. The model for our focused Q & A here includes "one question per question". Since parcel fabrics are an unconventional way to solve this problem (I don't even see how they could help), I'd recommend you focus on asking about the fishnet approach. I will warn you that the computational complexity of finding an origin where exactly 400 squares overlap a country with an irregular outline will probably prevent you from finding an exact solution.
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revised ArcGIS: Cutting Fishnet OR Create Parcels
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comment How to find the intersecting area using Arcobjects?
You should also be careful using the SQ_MILES attribute to sum, since that value will not be updated by a union or clip.
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comment How to find the intersecting area using Arcobjects?
This is an example of the computer doing what you told it to do, not what you want. There are several ways to get the desired output, including unioning the buffer with the polygons (then selrcting by attribute) and clipping the buffer with the polygons. You probably want to prototype this with the UI before coding it in ArcObjects.
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revised Web map linked to database that shows one spatial location at a time
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revised Why does the resolution decrease with increasing incidence angle in the Sentinel-1 SAR sattelite
image wraparound
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revised Why does the resolution decrease with increasing incidence angle in the Sentinel-1 SAR sattelite
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reviewed Approve migrating from arcgis server to open source gis technologies
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comment Is this algorithm Possible?
Please edit the question to: 1) make clear what an "entry" is [column? row? row with multiple columns?] 2) make clear how an entry has a related table, 3) make clear where the X and Y coordinates and point are coming from [there's a difference between an attribute table and a layer's attributes -- the latter includes the geometry column; the former may not]
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revised Database connection fails when using db authentication, succeeds using OS
Microsoft prodcut is "SQL Server"
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comment Create Indexes Within a View? How could I Speed up Spatial Queries Over a View?
IMO, if a database object requires significant storage and indexing, it's a table. The Wiki article doesn't assert "viewness" and given the detour into "snapshots", actually stresses the "tableness". A denormalized snapshot table, joined with dynamic attributes (in a view) can sometimes give all the benefits of a materialized view, without the latency concerns.
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comment Create Indexes Within a View? How could I Speed up Spatial Queries Over a View?
A materialized view isn't really a view -- it's a table (which is why it can be indexed).
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comment Online libraries relocation.
There doesn't appear to be a GIS component to this question. This issue is likely to have been discussed over in Stack Overflow -- Have you researched this topic there?
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comment Create Indexes Within a View? How could I Speed up Spatial Queries Over a View?
It's not possible to index a view, but an appropriate index on the base table(s) should suffice. Please edit the question to provide more information about the tables, the view definition, the actual query, the indexes you have created, the actual query time (in seconds or milliseconds), and the query plan for the query.
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revised Create Indexes Within a View? How could I Speed up Spatial Queries Over a View?
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comment Is there a quick way to clear all attributes from a layer but leave the polygons in place?
Can you tweak the logic to assign zero to numerics, blank/NULL to strings, and the epoch to dates?
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comment Is there a quick way to clear all attributes from a layer but leave the polygons in place?
No, the task is to preserve polygons and clear out the corresponding attributes, so the risk is very high. Any answer that does not warn of potential corruption does not take the risk seriously enough.
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comment Is there a quick way to clear all attributes from a layer but leave the polygons in place?
The geometry field doesn't exist in the dBase component of a shapefile.
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comment Is there a quick way to clear all attributes from a layer but leave the polygons in place?
Using shapefile-ignorant tools on the dBase file component is likely to cause shapefile corruption. If the purpose is to populate blanks and zeros, "removing" the data will likely only produce a dBase file with fewer records than the .shp/.shx.
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comment Is there a quick way to clear all attributes from a layer but leave the polygons in place?
Please edit the question to include the GIS software version and the data format (e.g., shapefile, FGDB, PostGIS,..)