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comment Geotransformation for polar stereographic?
@user30184 - thanks, yes, the linear unit in the projection is 50000m. Alternatively, you could modify the linear unit in the projection to be "Meters, 1.0" and then set the cell size in the geotransform to 50000.
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revised Geotransformation for polar stereographic?
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comment Geotransformation for polar stereographic?
Thanks @whuber.To be clear, you're suggesting the Warp from File approach in ArcGIS Desktop, and that I should calculate to and from coordinates for each grid location?
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comment Geotransformation for polar stereographic?
No luck so far by modifying the standard parallel on either WKID 3995 or 3413, unfortunately. Any other suggestions would be hugely appreciated!
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comment Geotransformation for polar stereographic?
Thanks @mkennedy - do you mean the "North Pole Stereographic" proj (WKID 102018)? I've set the latitude of origin and central meridian values using this projection and still have the same issue. Perhaps you are referring to another projection?
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accepted Select features by attribute if in Python list
Jul
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comment Select features by attribute if in Python list
This seems to work. Thanks.
Jul
17
comment Select features by attribute if in Python list
Good idea with the updated answer. I have chosen to use this approach as it much faster for processing larger lists. Slightly modified: q = " " for x in oid_set: query = '"OBJECTID_1" = ' + str(x) + ' OR ' q = query q = q[1:-4] and then selectbyattribute. Seems to work!
Jul
17
comment Select features by attribute if in Python list
this appears to be working, but will certainly some time to process each individual selection for longer lists.