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bio website linkedin.com/kylebez
location Anchorage, AK
age 26
visits member for 2 years, 9 months
seen Nov 2 '12 at 2:39

Graduated BYU in 2012, started work for Resource Data Inc.


Jan
31
awarded  Teacher
Nov
2
answered Unable to to run any geoprocessing tools on ArcGIS10. Log file shows that file is missing. Happened spontaneously
Nov
1
asked Unable to to run any geoprocessing tools on ArcGIS10. Log file shows that file is missing. Happened spontaneously
May
3
comment Raster format with rotated cells - no resampling
I'm not sure what is an appropriate workaround or not - that depends on the functionality they are looking for. I wasn't given much context. My task was essentially to find out if it could be done, and it seems like it cannot. But I've come up with a few workarounds of my own, such as adding noData points to create a 90 degree square and build a raster off of that, or using the vector rotation tool in the Hawth's Add-On, while keeping the old coordinates as an attribute. But if there is a way to do it without a workaround, and without coding a new raster format - thats what I'm looking for.
May
2
comment Raster format with rotated cells - no resampling
I was given this assignment by my supervisor, and I'm not sure what he needs the data for (it might be proprietary), but essentially, he gave me an excel spreadsheet of xy coordinates with a Value attribute (it appears to be elevation). When the points are imported into ArcMap it creates a set of points 60*60, but angled at 18 degrees. We want to build a raster out of those points (centerpoints to 300ft cells) while retaining the exact values for the exact coordinates. Nearest neighbor shifts the coordinates and any other resampling changes the values.
May
2
awarded  Editor
May
2
revised Raster format with rotated cells - no resampling
edited title
May
2
asked Raster format with rotated cells - no resampling
May
2
awarded  Autobiographer
Nov
2
awarded  Student