I'm trying to run the Create Space Time Cube script but it fails. The error message in the geoprocessing results message is:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<string>", line 372, in execute
File "C:\Program Files (x86)\ArcGIS\Desktop10.3\ArcToolBoc\Scripts\SSCube.py, line 1262, in_init_
Failed to execute (CreateSpaceTimeCube)
I have a point dataset of 10,500 records that are projected, with a date field. I extracted about 800 of these and tried running on a smaller dataset but that produced the same error message. I downloaded and installed the required patch for this tool before I tried to run it the first time.
I input required parameters and also let the program define all the optional parameters, but I always get the same result.
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I'm glad they got it figured out for you!
We found a typo in the code that handles projection conversion. The majority use meters and feet and it turns out we didn't have a test for miles and we missed it. Good catch and apologies for the inconvenience... we have fixed this for future releases.
no clue about the actual toolbox, but the error doesnt like MILES. So where ever that parameter is...try changing it
Actually, I would hazard a guess that it doesn't like MILE and is looking for MILES.
In the code sample here it is written as "x miles": Create Space Time Cube—ArcGIS Help | ArcGIS for Desktop
What I really wanted to say here was: maybe you should try a tardis. I know... not helpful.
The unit of measure is in a drop down pick list. I don't type that in, so "Miles" vs. "Mile" is not within my control.
Can you send me a screenshot of the tool parameters you were using or provide a repro with data so that I can have a look? Tracebacks are no good, we'll figure this out ...
John...as are your attachments
Thanks! I was able to repro ... Investigating now ...