Real-world Problem: After disasters like earthquakes, tornadoes, hurricanes, etc. search and rescue teams employ wide-area search techniques. In a wide-area search, it is important to be able to assign areas to teams to search every house and road. However, it is difficult to actually assess the search progress in a quantitative way.
Part I: We would like to count the number of buildings that have been searched in an area by using looking at the number of buildings that do/do not have a waypoint on them (from Survey123).
We have figured out how to count buildings so far using this very handy expression...
var itemID = 'bb69f10baf334d4c935a0fb23d758f38'
var prtl = Portal("https://www.arcgis.com")
var buildings = FeatureSetByPortalItem(prtl,itemID, 0)
var countBuildings = Count(Intersects(buildings,$feature))
but we still need to count the number of waypoints that fall on top of a building...
Part II: We would like to count the number of streets that have been searched in an area by the number of roads that do/do not have any tracks on them (from QuickCapture).
Before we go any further we wanted to check with the GeoNet Community to see if someone has already done something similar.