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The issue could be with a field names disc.m The best way is to export the data to a feature class in a file geodatabase. Observe that the field name is converted to disc_m which is acceptable and the table opens without any issue.


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You're passing a string into the RasterToOtherFormat_conversion tool. Take input_files and output out of quotes. You should also declare an output folder. I would change your code to something like this: import os import glob import arcpy from arcpy import env inpath = r".\\data\\ice\\input" env.workspace = os.path.realpath(inpath) output = r"...


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As commented by @FelixIP: I had no trouble changing extent after using newExt=arcpy.Extent(ext.XMin-100,ext.YMin-100,ext.XMax-100,ext.YMax-100) df.extent=newExt There is something interesting about aspect ratio and: You missed "A copy of the Extent object must be made before modifying its properties" from help The help being referred to is ...


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One quick and easy workaround that worked for me is this: Open the KML file in Google Earth. Create a new folder under 'My Locations'. Expand the KML so you can see all the features. Select all the features and drag them in to the new folder. Right click on the new folder (that now contains all the features that were previously in the KML file) and 'Save ...


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