celticflute
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Accessing ArcObjects from Python?
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Yes, Mark Cederholm's presentation that Matt Wilkie mentions above is a great place to start. The recipe/code that Matt presents is certainly a slick and probably the best way to go about things. I ...

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How are people using Python data structures and classes in ArcPy?
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Blah238 covers this topic well, so I will just add a couple of examples from my own work. I develop a lot of airport data, and one of the things I have to do regularly is read in order along the ...

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Does SHAPE_Length take into account elevation values?
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I have been working with PolylineZ, PolygonZ, and PointZ feature classes for a long time now, and my experience is that the SHAPE_Length field is strictly XY. Because I do not have 3D Analyst (My ...

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Annotation features containing both GraphicElement and TextElement objects not drawing in ArcGIS Server map service?
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[Originally posted as Update 3] The programmer at ESRI found the fix for the bug, and the fix is now in the pending 10.2 release (whenever that might be). So, ESRI optimized map services will be able ...

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How do I only view selected rasters from a geodatabase raster catalog in ArcGIS 10.0
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Because a raster catalog has an attribute table, just like regular spatial datasets, I think you should be able to use a definition query. All you need is a field with, say, the name of the country ...

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Looking for interpolation tool to produce river bathymetry (topography) from sections
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It has been a few years since I looked at this stuff, but HEC-RAS from USACE is a powerful, if complex, suite of software -- widely used in government. There may well be hooks to ArcGIS by now, too.

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Python, comtypes and ArcObjects: Error creating AppROT object
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Well, I don't see much that is different from what I posted in the answer you refer to. You put the wrapping procedure in a function that you then call from the main loop. I run the wrapping first ...

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Point inside the polygon
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Leveraging one or more of the above suggested tools may well be the easiest and possibly most economical way to go. That's your call; however, if you are determined to "home-grow" the ...

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