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I'm a GIS Specialist with the US Fish and Wildlife Service in Atlanta, GA.


Sep
12
comment Field calculator script to work out first 5 dominant area fields?
I'm also curious where this errored out. I suspect it was on line 29 row.setValue(domFields[j], sortedFields[j]). Can you provide the line number?
Sep
12
comment Field calculator script to work out first 5 dominant area fields?
Perhaps you could post your .dbf to dropbox or pastebin so I can take a closer look.
Sep
11
comment How to check if a shapefile is empty with arcpy
If you're all set, use the green arrow to select this answer!
Sep
9
comment Compare fields of two tables and calculate field
If your data isn't sensitive, why don't you post the files so I can test them directly.
Sep
6
comment Compare fields of two tables and calculate field
Edited: Account for when Field1 is 10 or less.
Sep
6
comment Compare fields of two tables and calculate field
Edited: Account for when the Field1 is greater than the highest value in Field2.
Sep
5
comment Compare fields of two tables and calculate field
Edited: reset the storedValue variable before each loop of table2
Sep
5
comment Compare fields of two tables and calculate field
Could you post your tables so I can take a look?
Sep
4
comment Compare fields of two tables and calculate field
I assume these tables are much larger than shown. What happens if the value of table1 is less than all values in table2?
Sep
4
comment Google maps wms layer with 3857
It wouldn't be a bad idea to link to the StackOverflow answer if it contains any additional information.
Sep
4
comment Compare fields of two tables and calculate field
I don't understand the logic you're using in your example excel table. Can you explain more clearly how you declare values for field 2 in your results table? This question may help you.
Aug
28
comment openlayers multiple maps which is used
Is there any way to expand on this answer? If the linked page (great example!) goes down there isn't any context here.
Aug
26
comment How to Export Datalayer to Access 2010?
What are you using Access for in this scenario?
Aug
23
comment How to perform Intersection using ModelBuilder iteration?
If you'd like to use the model builder option -> export to Python script, I'd be happy to help you customize the output.
Aug
21
comment Are there any good libraries for visually creating simple Google Maps?
If this is something you're interested in working off of let me know and I'll upload everything to GitHub for you.
Aug
1
comment Open source solutions for Landsat-8 mosaicing and correction?
Mapbox imagery specialist Charlie Loyd wrote a great article for their blog about processing Landsat 8 using only Open Source tools. He added the image to tilemill which you could conceivably use as a basis for mosaicing the scenes together.
Aug
1
comment Is it possible to redesign OpenStreetMaps tiles?
I made a custom tileset on their website (as opposed to tilemill), and worked it into a website I'm developing. With all of the refreshes I did to get the look I wanted (and sharing the page with a few others) I have 522 map views. There might be a more specific explanation of map views on their site, but I haven't seen it.
Aug
1
comment Is it possible to redesign OpenStreetMaps tiles?
MapBox does have a free option. You can customize tiles, which MapBox will cloud host free for up to 3k map views. 50MB of storage is also included in the free plan.
Aug
1
comment Should We Be Using a GIS?
MySQL probably isn't the greatest db to choose as far as spatial functionality goes. MySQL doesn't interface with ArcGIS, but Postgres does. PostGIS is the spatial extention for postgres. Check out OpenGeo Suite for all the software tools you would need in a single open source package. opengeo.org/products/suite/register
Aug
1
comment help in field calculator
Your script assumes that each statement builds on the last. Unfortunately, the way the code is set up, each block is evaluated on it's own. You really need to nest some if-else statements to cover all four of your potential outcomes (boy, boy; boy, Non-boy; Non-boy, boy; Non-boy, Non-boy)