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Quantitative Credit Risk Analyst at a Commercial Bank. Formerly, urban planning masters student at Georgia Institute of Technology


Sep
6
answered Strange Behavior in Focal Statistics
Sep
6
comment Strange Behavior in Focal Statistics
Well, I fixed this problem by converting my "map" radius measurements to "cell" radius measurements. I'm not sure if this problem is general enough to be worth keeping. Advice? Should I delete?
Sep
4
asked Strange Behavior in Focal Statistics
Aug
24
answered 3D map with latitude and longitude
Aug
24
comment 3D map with latitude and longitude
@NBibodi, I'm still confused about what outcome you're looking for. Over on SO it sounded like you wanted to take a PNG file and add a geographic location. Now I see that you have some sort of location-less 3d file that you want to take a 2d image of, and add location to that image? Is that right?
Aug
24
comment 3D map with latitude and longitude
@zearth, say what?
Aug
24
comment 3D map with latitude and longitude
What software are you working with the map in?
Aug
23
comment Geographic co-ordinate system displayed as projected
Ha, fair enough!
Aug
22
comment Geographic co-ordinate system displayed as projected
@whuber, don't you mean the monitor would need to be an ellipsoid?
Aug
19
revised Does Bing Maps 7 support KML?
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Aug
19
comment Does Bing Maps 7 support KML?
Sorry, it isn't supported, but the post I linked to has an interpreter for using GeoRSS in Bing v7 with jQuery. I'll rewrite to be more clear.
Aug
19
answered Does Bing Maps 7 support KML?
Aug
19
answered Where is Wikipedia's coordinate information stored, and how can I retrieve it?
Aug
18
comment Font color in legends ArcGIS 10
You may want to choose this as the correct answer so the Community bot stops bumping it up to the front page.
Aug
17
comment Problems using the 'Split' tool with ArcGIS
+1 for saving old workflows. I should start doing that...
Aug
17
comment Problems using the 'Split' tool with ArcGIS
Or calculate it in Access. It's funny - I did this exact thing yesterday. Sorry I didn't think of it sooner!
Aug
17
comment Creating Regular points every meter at a county level. Is this possible?
I'm beginning to think you boss should find another method. Using a raster to find a grid of points is a shortcut, but if you need a more intricate pattern, python (as in @Hairy's answer) might be the way to go.
Aug
17
comment Creating Regular points every meter at a county level. Is this possible?
Wow. Same process but with a 0.5 meter cell size would be similar. Alternately, convert your extracted points back to a 1m raster based on the unique point values, convert that raster to polygons (or polylines if the resulting points don't need to relate to the centroids), then use Data Management Tools > Feature Vertices to Points (requires ArcInfo). And there's yet another option if you have network analyst.
Aug
17
comment Transparency for PDFs in Arc
And frankly, exporting to Illustrator is never a waste of time if you have the option and quality is important.
Aug
17
comment Transparency for PDFs in Arc
Exporting to Illustrator would not be a waste of time if OP turns off transparency first, as he mentioned. He could then reapply it in Illustrator.