Hi, I'm doing a spatial analysis of areas that need more green space in order to meet certain criteria: - at least 1 x 2ha in size, less than 300m from home - at least 1 x 20ha site within 20km from home - 1 x 100ha site within 5km from home - 1 x 500ha site within 10km from home - minimum 1 local nature reserve per thousand population …(Show moreShow less)
I'm a town planning consultant working from Johannesburg, South Africa. I have been dabbling in ESRI products since digitising paper maps using 3.1, but haven't developed any proficiency in the software. I have used ARCGIS for locating and budgeting #municipal infrastructure projects. I am particularly interested in using analysis of #urban…(Show moreShow less)
Hi Lisa, Welcome to GeoNet! Congratulations on the new role. You're in the right place for the transition between ArcGIS Desktop to ArcGIS Pro. Feel free to ask questions when you're ready or even answer questions based on your experience so far. Here are some places in the community that may be of interest to you to follow as you transition:PreviewHide preview
Hello! I am working with a county-wide road centerlines dataset and we need to be able to: -Edit existing road centerline features while preserving attributes -Create a dataset free from dangles (where appropriate). So my question is: In places where multiple roads come together we need to be able to modify geometry without unsnapping the…(Show moreShow less)
"right click to add intersection" If you have two lines you would like to intersect, simply split the one that needs. In the screen capture below, I have a line that is joined to the selected line at a vertex of the selected line. If I wanted a true intersection, I would split the selected line at that vertex ending up with two segments with…
Hi there! I am new to Arcgis and am using Arcgis Pro to create a new parcel or lot split. I would greatly appreciate a easy solutioin to SIMPLY create a new parcel (to scale) using the following suvey data. Everything I read online about parcels invloves the parcel fabric....I work for a consultant not a goverment agency and have lost an entire…(Show moreShow less)
Hello, I want to know how I can model the elevation of a 12 meter rise in water levels from a river on ArcMap. The river is not situated at 0 level altitude in the DEM and hence i cannot just do a simple raster calculation which takes all areas belore 12 meters. I want to figure out the areas in which there can be a 12 meter rise in water…(Show moreShow less)
I have an attribute table for a shape file, that has the attributes for a number of polygons. I have created a new field, that I need to have values of 1 or 0, based on whether there are attributes present in a different field. This is all being conducted within the same attribute table.