How to query Junctions with Python

Discussion created by ahirzel on Oct 5, 2010
Latest reply on Oct 5, 2010 by dmandloi-esristaff

I have a network dataset representing a road network (in a FGDB, ArcGIS 10). Using the "Network Identify" tool, I can click on any Junction point and it returns the list of all adjacent edges and junctions.

How can I get the same information using Python?

The purpose is to write a script that iterates over all Junction points and compute some topology statistics while ignoring those Junctions that have less than three adjacent edges. If there is another way of doing that, I would be interested to know it, but still I would like to learn how to do it the Python way.

Thanks for any help or pointer.