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Adding data to subgroup layers with same name in ArcPy?
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You can get the group/subgroup path using the longName attribute: ... targetGroupLayer = arcpy.mapping.ListLayers(mxd, "SubGroupLayer2", df)[0] print targetGroupLayer.longName ... So you could ...

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Spatial Join Polygon to Polygon with Centroids Inside features
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You've pretty much answered your own question. There are a couple different types of centroids: the geometric centroid (which is not necessarily within the polygon) and the center of mass. The spatial ...

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Relating a 1:M from CSV file to Shapefile and exporting?
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Yes, it is called a pivot table which: Creates a table from the input table by reducing redundancy in records and flattening one-to-many relationships.

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Copying polygon feature class with 405 features for each matching owner entity?
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The "Make Query Table" tool appears to be what you are looking for: http://desktop.arcgis.com/en/arcmap/10.3/tools/data-management-toolbox/make-query-table.htm It appears to be a bit quirky, so I ...

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Iterating through 2 different Geodatabases at same time using ArcPy?
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Yes. So if you were to print cent_featureclasses, you'd see that it only has the feature class name, not the full path. So if you change the workspace, it is looking for those names in the current ...

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Building single sided buffer around categorized polygon layer
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This sort of situation lends itself to a raster solution, then you can convert back to polygon. Conceptually, you are really buffering and then assigning the buffered area the nearest polygon value. ...

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Converting point to polygon in a given distance
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A super simple solution: buffer your points by your desired distance, with a dissolve. Then, inward buffer by that same distance (use a negative distance value). Since the initial buffers were ...

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Finding area between multiple polygons using ArcMap?
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It is critical that your map/datalayers are in a projected coordinate system when calculating area or distances. If the same projection is used consistently, you should get consistent answers when ...

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Select or export features within layer that intersect one another, and also within distance in ArcMap
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Assuming I understand correctly, I would use a buffer instead using half the distance and dissolving adjacent buffers (if you buffer each polygon by half the distance when two or more polygons are ...

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Setting RGB TIFF "zero" values to "NoData"
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It appears the problem is that the band values somehow got converted to a signed float, so you have a value that is near zero but not actually zero (or something similar). It should resolve if you ...

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Point Feature Percentiles: National Rank vs Local Rank in ArcGIS
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1) is just the value itself and 2) is just the stats/histogram break down into 100 bins. You can do this any number of ways (ex. use the classifier in the symbology tab>Quantities>Graduated colors). ...

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Merge polygons based on nearest area
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This is an ideal raster situation and can be resolved with a simple tool function. For ESRI software the tool is called Nibble: http://desktop.arcgis.com/en/arcmap/10.3/tools/spatial-analyst-toolbox/...

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Using ArcObjects in ArcPy to change map grids in Data Driven Pages
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I've never done this using DDP. I'm not entirely sure what the point of using DDP in python would be when you could just as easily use a search cursor (or another method) on your index layer to change ...

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Trying to Count Number of Points within Specified Distance from Lines using Carto?
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I'm not familiar with Carto Builder, but you do not want to do an analysis intersect. I can't tell by your illustration, but based on the counts you are getting it would seem that the approach you ...

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