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Aug
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reviewed Approve Copy first row of attributes and paste for each feature
Aug
21
awarded  Yearling
Aug
17
answered How to copy entire fields into a python list
Aug
9
comment Very Large Coordinates when Reading Shapefile using Python
An answer was given here stackoverflow.com/questions/31900600/… The file's original coordinate system was not considered
Aug
8
comment ERROR 000824: The tool is not licensed from arcpy.gp.ExtractByMask_sa()?
Well according to the documentation it should be working if you are given license access to SA, not just ArcGIS Pro. If it doesn't work on pro, consult your admin people and use ArcGIS 10.3.1. Also, your file paths in the script need do either have double backslashes, or single foreslashes or an 'r' in front of the path. The need to be in 'raw' format as a minimum
Aug
8
revised ERROR 000824: The tool is not licensed from arcpy.gp.ExtractByMask_sa()?
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Aug
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comment ERROR 000824: The tool is not licensed from arcpy.gp.ExtractByMask_sa()?
the student copy should be licensed at the Advanced level. Arcview isn't used any more, standard, basic and advanced are the noms du jour
Aug
8
answered ERROR 000824: The tool is not licensed from arcpy.gp.ExtractByMask_sa()?
Aug
8
answered Selecting A Single Polygon that Contains a Specific Point
Jul
18
reviewed Approve How to get the geometry type of an empty PostGIS table?
Jul
18
reviewed Approve PostGIS ST_Contains query return empty
Jun
30
reviewed Approve oil-gas tag wiki excerpt
Jun
28
comment Output of Add XY Coordinates?
WGS 84 describes a datum (earth's shape), WGS 84 UTM Zone 30N is a UTM projection with a WGS 84 datum. Your X value is the UTM easting and the Y the UTM northing. You need to use the Define Projection tool to establish its existing coordinate reference system PRIOR to using the Project tool to get it to a GCS WGS 84 datum (aka unprojected data in decimal degrees with a WGS 84 datum)
Jun
28
reviewed Approve Leaflet mouse wheel zoom only after click on map
Jun
28
reviewed Approve OpenLayers Lat Lon Conversion
Jun
26
answered How do I compare two features to test if they are identical?
Jun
26
reviewed Approve Does the USDA SSURGO database have a web-based API that I can query?
Jun
26
comment ArcPy reading a raster in a moving window?
James pardon my ignorance... I guess I am unclear as to your purpose. Ss @Evil_Genius pointed out, once the NumPy array is created from the input raster, there is little need for arcpy or arcmap at all unless you are trying to recreate some spatial analyst function that can't be replicated simply. Your mention of moving windows and that brought to mind neighborhood statistics (focal, block, filter etc) in arcmap. I find arcpy.sa functions are convenience functions that can be replicated in NumPy and NumPy is a strong alternative if one can't afford a Spatial Analyst license.
Jun
25
comment ArcPy reading a raster in a moving window?
Strided_tricks or the SciPy implementation does moving/sliding window operations smoothly and easily. Some of the useful bits are clocked under image analysis, but the outcomes are the same. NumPy, regardless of whether it is on its own or cloaked in SciPy will be fast if you can vectorize your operations as indicated
Jun
22
comment After execute arcgis script, what happen with the variables?
go to your python editor and type ... locals().keys() ... at the prompt. Are variable names still there? If they are, you can reuse them.