I want add 60 addresses in point format to my map in ArcGIS online. So what I did was use ArcGIS Desktop (10.2) to geocode them, exported them as a shapefile, and imported them to the online map. First of all, is this the way I have to do it? I mean can I do it directly from ArcGIS online?
The second problem is I wanted to have 60 points. But I end up with fewer points, like 15-20. I found the problem is that somewhere during this procedure ArcGIS Desktop decided to round the X and Y values to 6 decimal places. I checked the geocoding results and changed the decimal places to 10. Then I checked the shapefile and I found in the shapefile's attribute table, X and Y just have 6 decimal places. I was not able to change the decimal place in attribute table. I tried to add new field and set the decimal places to 10 and then use filed calculator. It did not work!
I tried to geocode them using batchgeo.com, then I imported them as X and Y coordinates. I made sure Xs and Ys are set to have 10 decimal places. Agian the same problem when I exported it as a shapefile.
Any suggestions? The original file is addresses, including address, city, state and ZIP.