I am trying to create a form of data driven page that incorporates linear referencing very similar to the "Linear referencing scenarios" example:
I have a map that I will display on each page that shows a long polygon of a construction section for a pipeline. However, I just want the map to show the base imagery layer and the polygon.
The linear referenced data needs to be displayed outside the map area in an abstract manner much the same as the example, almost like a table underneath the map. If one were to take a straight edge and draw a vertical line on the page through the table, one would be able to determine each of the variables in question. (I keep thinking of the London Underground example, considering how the diagram shows a straight horizontal line where in reality it twists and turns)
I have eleven such routes (variables) to display for each page which shows about 8 km of the pipeline. (in the example, it would be accidents, lanes, material, speed, and quality). Seven of my routes are line referenced and 4 are point referenced. The line data are such things as political districts, or construction segments, etc. and the point data is road and stream crossings, etc.
I feel certain that someone must have paved the way in this area before. I am not the first person mapping multiple pages and multiple variables.
With data driven pages, in order to display some variable data on the page, you have to select one of the data driven page attributes. So I am thinking this route data has to be incorporated into my data driven page centers table.
I understand how routes work when drawn on a single map, but am not sure how to make the leap to data driven pages with linear referencing and dynamic segmentation, or how to abstract it outside the map, yet retain the linear horizontal reference of the map. (I have 60 pages to map) How do I incorporate these routes and their linear referenced data into a data driven page?
I am running ArcMap 10.2.