Is it possible to read the curve parameters of street network nodes with python?

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08-12-2016 02:02 AM
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Basically the green dots' distance and rotation.

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JoshuaBixby
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Read them?  As in plain text, or are you looking to do some processing of them so you want to access them?  Also, can you upload a feature class with a couple of example streets?

I believe the answer is yes, or yes but....; however, I want to be clear what exactly you are after before I say yes or no.

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LR
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I'd need to read and write them like you can with getVertices / setVertices. Basically like: vertex[xpos, ypos, zpos, curvehandleangle, curvehandledistance]

Haven't found anything in the doc about values beyond xyz, unfortunately. Sample data isn't really necessary, just make a two-dot line with the polygonal street tool.

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CherylLau
Esri Regular Contributor

No, unfortunately, accessing information about the curve handles is not possible in Python.  There's only the ability to set segments to be curved or straight.

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