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Hydrologist currently working with ArcGIS, MODFLOW, and Python to develop local and regional groundwater flow models.


Dec
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accepted Methods for converting a regular polygon grid to a numpy array
Dec
15
answered Methods for converting a regular polygon grid to a numpy array
Dec
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revised Methods for converting a regular polygon grid to a numpy array
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Dec
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comment Methods for converting a regular polygon grid to a numpy array
@FelixIP, I like your idea of using the TableToNumpyArray conversion tool. I can probably find a way to vectorize the problem with numpy instead of using a search cursor to iterate over rows.
Dec
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asked Methods for converting a regular polygon grid to a numpy array
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awarded  Explainer
Aug
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awarded  arcpy
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awarded  Caucus
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awarded  Constituent
Aug
13
comment Save fails on raster object created from NumpyArrayToRaster
I have not had a chance to test this on a smaller case yet, but will try to do so.
Aug
13
comment Installing pandas with Esri's python?
I used this method while on 10.1 and am now using it with 10.2. I don't know whether you can get Pandas and Arc to work together without having an additional python environment, but I do know that this method works for me. I use the Anacondas version of Python exclusively and haven't yet run into anything not working correctly.
Aug
13
comment Installing pandas with Esri's python?
Here is another link: rsignell.tiddlyspot.com/…
Aug
13
comment Installing pandas with Esri's python?
Here is a link to another stackexchange question that should help you out. I used Rich's method and applied it to my installation of Anacondas: gis.stackexchange.com/questions/59012/…
Aug
13
comment Installing pandas with Esri's python?
I'm using multiple versions of Python to get around this. I've installed the Anacondas package which is similar to Enthought, but is free. I use a .pth file in both the Anacondas and Arc directories to link libraries. I will try to find a link to a description of the method.
Aug
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asked Save fails on raster object created from NumpyArrayToRaster
Aug
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Curious
Jun
23
answered Error adding coordinates in CSV files
Jun
7
reviewed Approve How to delineate Watershed from DEM in python?