One other solution is to create/insert two legend element, one for each of your column (each containing only the layer you want depending on the column and each with the correct option to display all or only visible classes)
The downside are you spend twice the time fine tuning the legend and the alignement between the two are not always easy to get right......
Your coordinates look like they could be in WGS 1984 - Pseudo Mercator (Web Mercator, EPSG 3857. Web maps often use Web Mercator, so it is a likely candidate), or World Mercator (EPSG 3395). In both cases, your example point would fall near the UAE - Oman border. Check to see if one of these fit your data correctly.
Some tools like projfinder and epsg.io ...
What have you set the output of the copy features tool to be? You need to make it a unique value on each iteration, otherwise you simply end up overwriting the output.
You typically get the value out of the iterator. So I would expect to see the output featureclass to be something like:
%Name% is coming from the iterator ...
I could be way off here as I cannot offer the complete answer but wouldn't the tool be failing at the select data point because you have just imported the accounts from an excel spreadsheet, there has been no feature geometry created yet to assign XY coordinates to?
Correct. Python is for "Pros" and people who want to advanced themselves. Model Builder is limited, and good for beginners or people who just don't understand how to program. Yep dead end threads are true simply because Model builder is a dead end solution. ;)
Python is really powerful and where its at, and and can be used just about anywhere. Take the ...
This happened to me with 10.6.1.
Sometimes the window moves so that you can see a very small portion of it on the edge of your active monitor. Look closely at the edge of your screen to see if there is just the border of the window there. If so you may be able to grab it (even enough just to resize it a bit) and then drag the window into your main screen.
If you aren't comfortable guesstimating based on the building addresses on the street, try looking in the local county or municipality geoportal for some sort of grid of address ranges. For example, the image below is a screenshot of the address grid of points from Pima County.
To export GPX files as CSV from Garmin Basecamp, select the waypoints you want to export and then:
Save as Type csv and select where to save the file
You can find more information on Garmin's info page here.
Alternatively, ArcMap can directly import gpx files using the GPX to Feature tool. Documentation on the tool is ...
I have the same issue with DDP and I get around it by having the the first two items in the legend, "Preserved Lands" and "Conservation Easements" for you, be what will always appear on every page. Then have the third item be what will only sometime show. Then on the second item check the "Place items in new column" and make sure it is unchecked from other ...
I created a blank seed file of the drawing file and assigned unit meters and projection system sweref99 12 00 to it. While running a model in the setting of export cad, given seed file as an optional, after that all converted .dwg files are having correct unit and projection system.
My initial approach was to use the Data Management Tools --> Raster
--> Raster Processing --> Clip function with a shapefile of the lower 48 as the Output Extent.
From that description it sounds like you have a single shapefile with 48 polygons representing the lower 48 states. The tool has likely used all polygons so it's clipping out a ...
Alright: I've figured this out. It has to do with the settings.
I was exporting my map with high resolution settings
Resolution: 300 dpi
JPEG Quality: 100
This led to the output PDF being exported without the WMS layer (imagery). However, with the settings set to:
Resolution: 300 dpi
JPEG Quality: 85
Everything exports properly and ...
As pointed by mkennedy, the Description of CRS - SI_D48 / SI_TM, from the Information and Service System for European Coordinate Reference Systems, expresses that SI is the 2-digit country code for Slovenia and D48 is the datum.
The description of the projected coordinate system defines also the parameters of the Transverse Mercator Projection conversion ...
Create two lists, one with even and one with odd numbers. Then sort each and combine. I copy-pasted your data into a csv file.
import arcpy, os
testfile = r"C:\GIS\data\testdata\sortme.csv"
outdb = r"C:\GIS\data\testdata\testdatabas.gdb"
outtable = 'sorted2'