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Apr
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comment Distinguishing lines that intersect from lines that touch?
@PolyGeo which one? Seems fine to me.
Mar
21
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Mar
21
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Mar
14
answered Getting full path for feature classes in dataset using ArcPy?
Mar
9
revised Simple thematic mapping of shapefile using Python?
fix broken link using Wayback Machine, remove broken screenshot
Mar
9
revised How to create a polyline-based “heatmap” from GPS tracks?
fix broken screenshot
Feb
27
comment How to automatically run python code at the time when a mxd is saved?
Also here are the members of a Python add-in Extension class, perhaps one of these event handlers might be suitable for you: desktop.arcgis.com/en/arcmap/10.3/guide-books/python-addins/…
Feb
27
comment How to automatically run python code at the time when a mxd is saved?
AFAIK this is not possible without ArcObjects and even then it's rather hairy, because there is no event that fires when the map document is saved: help.arcgis.com/en/sdk/10.0/arcobjects_net/conceptualhelp/… -- I will say your solution sounds quite convoluted. Perhaps if you you further explained what your users actually need someone can offer a better idea.
Feb
19
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
17
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Jan
21
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Jan
17
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Dec
30
revised How can I specify a spatial reference system which has a north pole different than the standard north pole?
improved formatting
Dec
21
revised How exactly does a single laser pulse from LiDAR act?
spelling
Dec
18
comment How to track alignment changes?
Another possibility might be using GitHub's diffable GeoJSON feature: github.com/blog/1772-diffable-more-customizable-maps
Dec
18
comment How to track alignment changes?
I am not very familiar with it, but GeoGig (formerly GeoGit) is an open-source geospatial version control tool that you may be interested in: geogig.org
Dec
15
revised Do ArcGIS Pro tasks support Python Toolbox tools which operate on Map Frames?
Probably not worth a meta question, but I can see the new `map-frame` and `tasks` tags you've created being misused for other things as they are very generic sounding, while in this case they are meant for very specific ArcGIS Pro features which IMO do not need tags. As such I've removed them.
Dec
10
comment Resolve Building Conflicts - the open source way?
I'd start with this question: What are the existing solutions to automate generalisation/simplification of geographical data? -- however, understand that this is not an easy problem to solve, and it's likely that a tool that does exactly what you want does not exist.
Dec
10
revised Resolve Building Conflicts - the open source way?
link to mentioned ESRI tool