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comment Make selected polygon a different color without covering everything
use effects toolbar in ArcMap to transprancy a layer . go to view => toolbar => Effects
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revised Make selected polygon a different color without covering everything
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comment Make selected polygon a different color without covering everything
could you please upload an image of your arcmap?
Dec
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revised Make selected polygon a different color without covering everything
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answered Make selected polygon a different color without covering everything
Dec
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comment How can I multiply rows with a number using C#?
thanks @blah238 . i'm creating certainty factor model tool using c# and arcobject . it's a part of certainty factor model .
Dec
6
comment How can I multiply rows with a number using C#?
thanks katah . i want add-in
Dec
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revised How can I multiply rows with a number using C#?
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Dec
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comment How can I multiply rows with a number using C#?
ppa is calculated from Geoprocessing in ArcGIS .I have to do it in ArcGIS
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asked How can I multiply rows with a number using C#?
Dec
5
comment Trying to run raster calculator to build an expression for ls factor
see this link : help.arcgis.com/en/arcgisdesktop/10.0/help/index.html#//…
Dec
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comment Trying to run raster calculator to build an expression for ls factor
just type 10 for resolution
Dec
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comment Trying to run raster calculator to build an expression for ls factor
I try this and it's work : Power("stream" * 10 / 22.1,0.6) * Power(Sin("slope") * 0.01745 / 0.09,1.3)
Dec
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comment Trying to run raster calculator to build an expression for ls factor
see second power parentheses
Dec
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comment Trying to run raster calculator to build an expression for ls factor
your second power must have two parameters
Dec
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answered Trying to run raster calculator to build an expression for ls factor
Dec
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answered Automating an ArcGIS Project that is a display of map
Dec
4
comment How can I reduce the size of my file geodatadase?
your welcome . another way is using raster catalog to save and manage images . right click in the file geodatabase. click raster catalog. load your image in raster catalog and manage them . it's good for georeferenced rasters.
Dec
4
comment How can I reduce the size of my file geodatadase?
why don't you use png ? png is good format for storing images . because you can store an image with high quality and low size storage in windows . for example if you store image x in JPEG format and 450 dpi .the image size in windows will be nearly 1.5 megabyte or higher but with PNG format and 450 dpi resolution the size of image will be nearly 250 kb .
Dec
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comment How can I reduce the size of my file geodatadase?
what's your rasters format ? Jpg,Tiff,Png ,....