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creating new layers from the existing layer on the basis of fields

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06-15-2023 09:41 AM
Kristofer
New Contributor III

Hi Everyone,

I am looking for a way to create new layers from the existing layer on the basis of fields.

I have a feature layer of "AdminBnd" having the three fields - 'city', 'village' & 'location'. I want to create three separate layer based on fields. The layer name should be combinations of base layer + field name, for example 

Layer1: AdminBndcity

Layer2: AdminBndvillage

Layer3: AdminBndlocation

please refer the snapshot of the layer

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Thanks & Regards,

Sunita

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MapGrrl
New Contributor III

There isn't enough information here to know what you are seeking. Can you clarify and/or post a sample dataset?

What do the input features represent? What do you want the output features to represent?

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Kristofer
New Contributor III

Hi MapGrrl,

Thanks for the response.

As I mentioned above, I want to create new layers from the existing layer on the basis of fields. Scenario is given below.

1) I have a polygon layer having the three fields.

sunita_0-1687085638210.png

sunita_1-1687085768295.png

2) Automatically create layers on the basis of layer.

sunita_2-1687085868119.png

Hope the requirement is clear now. Please let me know if any info is needed.

Thanks & Regards,

Sunita

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MapGrrl
New Contributor III

Sorry, this still is not helpful. It's not clear what is represented in your original data. Does each feature in the original data have a value for each admin field, or do some features only have a village OR city OR location? 

What should the new polygon features represent?

It would be really helpful to see at least a sample of the original data table, or a screenshot showing the values in the data. 

Or, are you trying to create data from scratch?

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MapGrrl
New Contributor III

Also, just FYI, Esri India hosts a lot of these boundary layers, which can be used in almost any ArcGIS Software. Here's a link to their profile and items: 

https://www.arcgis.com/home/user.html?user=esri_IN_content 

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