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comment Anyway to make Raster look like distinct Polygons
I'm using Arcmap to experiment with some models that would eventually be used in a web app. Wow, didn't realized I had asked that before, that was long time ago. Didn't mean to create a duplicate question there. What's the proper way to ask roughly the same question again to seek a potentially better answer?
Apr
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comment Anyway to make Raster look like distinct Polygons
Yes, I have in the past. So are you suggesting if I had a web app where I wanted the user to be able to change # of classes, classification method etc, just simply run a new raster to vector conversion with each change they make? You think it could run quick enough in a web app?
Apr
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comment Anyway to make Raster look like distinct Polygons
Thanks for the comment. Check out this link basically shows what I'm getting at. Ignore the grids overlayed the polygon data. There are many mapping softwares that seem to do this, believe Surfer does, the one at this link does. I haven't tried Michaels' suggestion, since I was hoping to not have the raster look www.innovativegis.com/basis/Senarios/MAPcalc_des_files/image005.png
Apr
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comment Anyway to make Raster look like distinct Polygons
blah238, I added some additional detail above that hopefully better explains why I would want to do this.
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asked Anyway to make Raster look like distinct Polygons
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accepted Cell Size of Raster Explained
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comment Cell Size of Raster Explained
Thanks Michael, that totally answers it. If you move this to an answer I will mark it as answered.
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asked Cell Size of Raster Explained
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asked Working with WKT data in XML File in SQL Server
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awarded  Notable Question
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comment ArcGIS JavaScript API Auto Panning to Cursor Position
Great, thanks for the additional tip.
Feb
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comment ArcGIS JavaScript API Auto Panning to Cursor Position
Thanks Derek, that is a huge help. Could there be a way to make the panning more incremental, like not pan quite so far when you get within 10 pixels? Likely closer to the same behavior as the arrow keys which only plan in pretty small increments.
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accepted ArcGIS JavaScript API Auto Panning to Cursor Position
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comment ArcGIS JavaScript API Auto Panning to Cursor Position
Yeah, maybe not worth it if the chances are it will behave poorly. Yes, default panning is disabled since trying to both pan and digitize together leads to a bad digitizing experience unfortunately. Kind of seems like this would be a common problem for many. I guess it may be worth just training users to use keyboard arrows to pan. Although that doesn't seem to be working in IE 10/11 right now.
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asked ArcGIS JavaScript API Auto Panning to Cursor Position
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comment Only Interpolating within a polygon feature in ArcMap 10.1
Thanks hurlski, that did the trick. I do have what sort of strange thing going on where it's leaving out some of the far edges of the polygon I'm using in the mask. Like maybe they don't match the 4 outer extents of the polygen area or something. Any ideas on what my be going on there if I'm explaining that well enought?
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accepted Only Interpolating within a polygon feature in ArcMap 10.1