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Nov
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comment Getting feature at point in C#
Where are you currently at? The first step is to acquire the shape of the clicked map point. Is your project an Add-in or a COM tool?
Nov
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revised Getting feature at point in C#
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Nov
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Oct
23
comment clipping two SpatialPolygons : Error in RGEOSBinTopoFunc
I have ArcGIS so I would fix it there. I don't know if it can be done within R. Might be best to ask a new question and describe what file format you have and the software you have available. Search this site first, there might be an answer already.
Oct
23
comment clipping two SpatialPolygons : Error in RGEOSBinTopoFunc
The error seems to say it all. The first polygon has a self-intersection and the command doesn't support that. You can check if a polygon is valid with gIsValid command. inside-r.org/packages/cran/rgeos/docs/RGEOSisValid
Oct
23
comment clipping two SpatialPolygons : Error in RGEOSBinTopoFunc
Do you intend to use Polygone1 for both arguments? What's the point of that?
Sep
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Sep
11
comment Dockable window close event
Thanks Duncan, I saw that thread before posting and it does have helpful info. It seemed like there was mixed results with subclassing and I didn't attempt it. I was hoping that there was something new in 10.x add-ins that triggers the event. In the end I'm just using a combination of the OnUpdate() event in the dockable window's command button and the IsVisible property from the WPF window to achieve the desired results.
Aug
28
comment Is there another way to acces the histogram in ArcGis 10
What do you mean by "real count values". When you create a histogram graph the count is on Y axis and value on X axis.
Aug
25
revised Dockable window close event
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Aug
25
asked Dockable window close event
Aug
19
answered Run ArcGIS 10.1 application on 10.2
Aug
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Aug
13
comment Accessing File Geodatabase to convert to shapefiles using ArcObjects?
Glad it worked. Looks like your question was answered. You should create a new question for your spatial xy issue rather than follow-on in the comments of this one.
Aug
12
revised How to get all the FeatureClasses from IWorkspace?
Correct System.Reflection reference to System.Runtime.InteropServices
Aug
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Aug
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revised Accessing File Geodatabase to convert to shapefiles using ArcObjects?
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Aug
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answered How to get all the FeatureClasses from IWorkspace?
Aug
12
revised Accessing File Geodatabase to convert to shapefiles using ArcObjects?
Added example for enumerating through feature classes in gdb