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Apr
23
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
11
revised Platforms for repetitive automated mapping?
grief
Mar
13
comment Plotting raster maps in python?
it is flipped up down have you flipped the origin of the raster which can be either bottom left or top left in some applications
Mar
12
comment Running local Moran's index in all fields automatically?
manually since you need to confirm that all conditions are met before using the tool. This is cross-posted on GeoNet under the same title geonet.esri.com/thread/173847
Mar
10
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
5
revised Creating Thiessen Polygons (Analysis) by defining external feature boundary?
Update the update.
Feb
8
comment Creating new shapefile based on its attributes with python?
I Fixed the link
Feb
8
revised Creating new shapefile based on its attributes with python?
updated link by request
Jan
25
comment Calculating Polygon Width in ArcGIS
@whuber updated the link... thanks for the heads up
Jan
25
revised Calculating Polygon Width in ArcGIS
updated link
Jan
12
comment How to create polylines from a point Feature Class linking all points using arcpy
print pairt does it make it that far and if so what is the output? and you are using and empty tuple to collect the points, why not a list?
Jan
7
answered applying equation on numpy array
Dec
29
revised Install other python distributions [e.g. Python(x,y)] on top of ArcGIS installation ?
some stupid request to edit and provide more details on a four year old question. Hope you get this one Bill H. and can provide some sane answer to this request. Regards Dan
Dec
21
comment Correctly Setting Spatial Reference for Geometry Objects when Geoprocessing
You have to assign the spatial reference it is...not what you want it to be. I would just use the Project tool to project one of them to match the other, then use the code. It is important to use a spatial reference object, since without it, calculations have been documented to be in single precision. Set your big number to a really big number not just one that is close to the biggest expected difference. If in doubt, whip in a few print statements so you can see what 'distance' is yielding.
Dec
21
comment Correctly Setting Spatial Reference for Geometry Objects when Geoprocessing
Save yourself some grief and project them to a common coordinate system. PS you need to put an r in front of your path names r'c:\temp\somefile.shp' or use double \\ or single / for path names
Dec
13
answered Checking where values are the same between 2 rasters
Dec
4
reviewed Approve Installing GDAL and OGR for Python?
Dec
4
reviewed Approve How to get values of last row in table with ArcPy/SearchCursor?
Nov
5
revised Frequency, summarize tool options of ArcGIS for Desktop?
updated link
Nov
5
revised Frequency, summarize tool options of ArcGIS for Desktop?
updated link by request