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Joining attributes from identical polygons into one row?

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01-26-2022 06:18 AM
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AndrewEastop
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Hello everyone I was hoping someone may be able to help me please..

I have two polygon layers clipped to the same extent, but both contain many polygons within them at different spatial locations and geometries.

I have spatially joined these together using intersect in a one to many join (they don’t share a similar field).

Is there a way in ArcGIS Pro to flip the outputs from records to fields when joining to give each attribute its own field? E.g.

 

Target_polygon_ID

Joined_polyon_ID

Joined_polyon_attibute1

1

57

grass

1

37

bog

 

Target_polygon_ID

Joined_polyon_ID

Joined_polyon_ID_2

Joined_polyon_attibute1

Joined_polyon_attribute2

1

57

37

grass

bog

 

As well as this, how would you find the area of the joined polygon/polygons that are within the target polygon layer?

The overlay tools such as intersect are based on the whole layer rather than each individual polygons, and the summarise within tool gives the area of all the polygons within the target polygon, rather than each individual area. 

Any help would be very much appreciated. Thank you

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