*This topic has been posted before but not for ArcGIS Pro*
I want to recreate the cruise point generator for older versions of ArcMap in ArcGIS Pro. For those who aren't familiar, timber cruises are a series of regularly spaced sample points used for forest inventory. Some of the complications are that foresters like to use chains instead of a reasonable unit, and like to stick to their grid as much as possible (by rotating it etc).
The old workflow was something like this: create fishnet, clip by polygon, realize you don't have the correct number of points or their locations are off and start over.
How (and in which environment - model builder, python, add-in) would you go about creating a tool that allows users to put in their grid spacing in chains (or other units), rotation angle, and polygon boundary to generate points?
PS I am fairly new to this kind of work and trying to teach myself as I go.
for polygonal or polyline bounds, there is
If you are adept at coding, this will provide the basis
Haven't gotten around to throwing it into a toolbox yet.
PS... chains isn't on the list so you will have to do the conversions yourself