I have a script that pulls in project data from a source, creates a list of unique address strings to geocode, passes those to the arcgis.geocoding batch_geocode method to obtain a list of the geocoded information for each address from the projects.
At smaller scales, the script runs fine (10-100 records), but when I scale the amount of addresses to geocode over a thousand, I find that some addresses that are perfectly geocoded before are now just returned as 'None' and over the course of 1000-2000 records, many are returned as None which breaks the script.
Any ideas on why this is or if there is some limit to the amount of records that can be geocoded at one time? Thanks in advance!
Yes I am geocoding against the ArcGIS Online Locators but my organization has a few thousand credits and I am not close to reaching that number yet at least. I'll include two files, one from a smaller batch of geocoding that worked fine and one from a batch that was bigger and broke. When formatting these in VS Code you can see the bigger file breaks formatting at some point and I'm not sure if that is exactly why the geocoding is breaking but it seems to be part of it.
I will lastly note that in these recent examples none of the address come back as 'None' like I had mentioned before but still break when trying to call the individual Lat/Long's from this list.
When formatting these in VS Code...
I'm confused here: I thought you posted this to the Python space. The files you zipped a json files. What is it you need help with?
I'm sorry, I guess to elaborate a bit, this is a Python script that pulls project information from an API as a JSON object. I put the unique addressed into a Python list to be passed to the batch_geocode method which returns its own list of geocode information (address, x, y, etc.). When trying to read that list for specific values, I am getting an error, usually this:
latitude = geocodeList[index]["location"]["y"]
Location is just part of the specific address information from the geocode list and usually works fine with smaller batches. I hope this helps or I can try to share more to help show what I am trying to do.