The extension adds a spatial component to processing Notices of Intent. Features can be selected in active themes by drawing points, rectangles, polygons, circles, lines and polylines, buffered rectangles, polygons, circles, lines and polylines; and rectangles and polygons of user specified dimensions. Performs a spatial join of point attributes to polygon features, creating a new polygon shapefile that contains the point shapefile's attributes. When using the tool the user is prompted to click on the location in the view and then select the appropriate projection information from the subsequent dialog box. A Power Point presentation is included. Adds the latitude and longitude coordinates of point and polygon shapefiles to their attribute tables. Sorts a table document by one or more columns.
Images are loaded and unloaded in ArcMap depending on the extent, thus minimizing redraw time. The Smart Identify Tool allows the user to click on features of a shapefile, displaying the linked records in the identify box if a linkage between the active shapefile and another table exists. The extension is a combination of two Scripts, Table. Data must be in decimal degrees. Critical resources are required and discussed in the documentation.
The polygon shapefile must have a field that contains a unique identifier e. The extension converts the selected features of a polygon theme into a point theme of the polygon centroids and associated attributes. Polygon centroids are calculated for polygon shapes. The polygon shapefile must have a field containing a unique identifier. Allows the user to merge two shapefiles and retain the attributes from both. The conversion factor for calculating acreages is set to 0. Allows users to generate features within a specified buffer zone and generate a Quick Report.
Output units are in decimal degrees. Allows the user to calculate the area, perimeter, and acreage of polygons. If no such field is present, unique record numbers can be created using ArcView's sample script addrecno. The extension creates point representations of permitted sites, with user supplied attributes for permit and siteid. If no features are selected the whole shapefile will be converted.
This software is designed to rapidly locate field boundaries and perform a spatial analysis of each new site for proximity to sensitive areas. Once located, ArcView will zoom to the selected feature. The readme file has been modified by Rosemary Neal to include step-by-step user instructions. Each column may be sorted in ascending or descending order. This operation is not available using ArcView's Geoprocessing Extension.
Features of the same theme that fall within the buffer zone are then selected. When the tool is activated the user clicks on the chosen polygon and the acreage is calculated and reported in the status bar at the bottom of the ArcView window. Calculates the areas of polygons in acres. Recommendation -Work On a Copy of your Shapefile!. If no such field is present, unique record numbers can be created using ArcView's sample script addrecno. . .
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