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comment Split polygons programatically
OK, I have gotten to this point now. I can't get the fishnet to align properly, and perhaps it's just a coordinate issue. Here is what I am working with A little disclaimer...before today, I had never worked with Python before. Code may be messy!
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comment Split polygons programatically
Everyone LOVES 100% accurate data...but we are just finding residents inside the resulting 528'x 528' squares. End result we will have a Township-Section-Grid number corresponding to each location, whereupon we can programatically update our maps. In the past we have been doing it using a printed off 100 square transparency overlay. We would plot the point, then overlay the transparency to see where it fell in the grid. Then number the point accordingly. An arduous task. Thanks Chris! This should get me where I need to be!
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comment Split polygons programatically
Not by choice! Section numbers came from the county. They have been that way forever, and changing them on our system would give us unique identifiers. Kinda one of those "too late to change" deals. Like the United States and the Metric System.
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comment Split polygons programatically
So what would my split_features look like? Would I just make one 10x10 grid of a random section? Thanks for the direction!
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answered How do I automate custom edge labels for township range in ArcGIS 10?