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How to make a point cloud of a 2D polygon?

Question asked by jsmith24 on Jun 18, 2018
Latest reply on Jun 18, 2018 by Dan_Patterson

Essentially, I am trying to overfit a grid of evenly-distributed points over a polygon. Then I then want to clip out the points that fall outside of said polygon. The goal here is to then export a table of the polygon's X/Y coordinates, so it can be read as a point cloud in other software.

 

One problem that I'm anticipating is that the coordinates probably need to be converted from long/lat or UTM to just a simple cartesian plane system with an origin (0,0).  But for now, I'm mostly concerned with just creating the point grid.

 

I attached a schematic to help explain what I'm going for here.

 

How can I go about doing this!?

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