Clustering in ArcGis Runtime SDK for .NET

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07-14-2014 09:34 AM
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Hi folks,

we would like to display thousands of graphics in our GraphicsLayer and cluster them according to a particular zoom level. There used to be a GraphicsClusterer (ArcGIS API for WPF‌) in former SDK. How do we solve this problem with the newer SDK?

Kind Regards,

Eugen

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Hi,

Note this question relates to the forthcoming ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET rather than the existing ArcGIS Runtime SDK for WPF.

As discussed in the beta forum (ArcGIS Runtime SDK 10.2.3 for .NET) clustering is not currently available in the beta ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET but is on the roadmap for a future release (beyond the initial release later this summer).

Cheers

Mike

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Hi,

Note this question relates to the forthcoming ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET rather than the existing ArcGIS Runtime SDK for WPF.

As discussed in the beta forum (ArcGIS Runtime SDK 10.2.3 for .NET) clustering is not currently available in the beta ArcGIS Runtime SDK for .NET but is on the roadmap for a future release (beyond the initial release later this summer).

Cheers

Mike

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Hi,

Is there any updates regarding Clustering in 10.2.4 release of ArcGIS Runtime for .NET SDK ?

Thanks,

Rami.

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One year later. Now version 10.2.6 is out and we are still waiting. Is their any plan for clustering in 10.2.7 ??

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Still nothin new on this subject ? I really would like to update !

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I do recall hearing something about updated Clustering functionality at the recent Dev Summit.

Was that only referring to Quartz?

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Hi,

We demo'd a sample at the Dev Summit last week which shows basic clustering functionality and can be implemented today using 10.2.7. Improved support for clustering is still on the roadmap for the Quartz release. But the sample may be enough for you to work with right now - it should perform adequately for 10s of thousands of graphics, but you should be cautious if you have 100s of thousands of graphics.

We're just wrapping up those demos and will post them on ArcGIS.com within the next couple of days.

Cheers

Mike

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Hi everyone,

As previously mentioned, we're working on proper support for clustering in the ArcGIS Runtime core... but in the meantime, we've included a clustering sample in our Dev Summit 2016 Tips and Tricks session - available here: http://www.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=71e82397445a47629e45f15161ca4761.

Just remember, it should be good for 10s of thousands graphics, but exercise caution beyond that.

Cheers

Mike

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Any update on this? Or if it might be available in .net v100.1? I'd love to have this available in a Xamarin android project. 

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Hi,

This is still on the roadmap for a future release. It was not in v100.1 and unfortunately we were not able to include it in the upcoming 100.2 release (late 2017 / early 2018). 

In the meantime, if your data volumes are fairly low (100s-1000s of features/graphics) you could investigate porting the clustering sample above from the 10.2.X API to the 100.X API.

Cheers

Mike