If you work in local government, your GIS shop is most likely responsible for maintaining a street centerline database. And if you’re the keeper of the street centerline database, you’ve probably had requests to create a street intersection list—a point … Continue reading
I write a lot of Python code, both for stand-alone scripts and script tools. Over the years, I’ve developed a template that I use for all my Python code. It keeps my code organized and consistent — the first step towards making reusable code.
We had a great time at the 2011 International User Conference. It was a pleasure meeting those of you that attended. Our technical sessions were full and our island was constantly busy.
We’ve been uploading our technical session presentations to our Presentations page. These presentations are .zip files in the Model and Script tool gallery and include the slide deck, data, documents, scripts, tools, and so forth used in our technical presentations. (Note: some presentations may not include data due to distribution restrictions.)
Be sure to revisit these sites as we’re not done uploading everything yet.
Finally, we rely on your session evaluations to improve our technical workshop sessions. If you attended a session, you can fill out a session evaluation form by visiting www.esri.com/sessionevals
The 2011 User Conference is just days away and the adrenaline and coffee is flowing here! We – the Spatial Analysis Teams – look forward to meeting you, answering questions, and taking your suggestions and comments. So do visit us in the Esri Showcase at the Spatial Analysis Island. We’ll have individual areas set up for the following functionality/subject area: