I have a polygon segment within which there are many buildings scattered. There is a particular attribute in the building feature class which mentions the no of connections available in the that building. So I want to split the polygon based on say 300 connections.
I.e, if the polygon segments has 700 connections within it, i want to divide that segment into 3 different polygons each having count 300,300,100 with 300 being the max. Also I want that particular attribute updated with the latest count after splitting.
So is there a way to automate the above scenario in python or a tool available in arcgis??
I dont want split by attribute as it creates individual feature classes. Preferably split the polygon based on the count and update the attribute in the same feature class
Awaiting a response regarding this issue.
You will end up where you started.
You could script this and be oblivious to the extra files, but I suspect working with in_memory results might raise some issues as they sometimes do. There is nothing wrong with persisting a result to disk, then deleting it