外围体育投注Hello ArcGIS friends!
I'm a designer working with a community group in Los Angeles on a non-profit project to map air quality sensors for air quality advocacy. I'd like to start using actual ArcGIS to facilitate the design process. Unfortunately free trials are limited to COVID groups right now. Does anyone have a license that I could use for a couple weeks or ideas on how I could get access? I'm also interested in using ArcGIS for Adobe Cloud to visualize the maps.
In the symbology, I associated neighbourhoods with respective colors, outlining the stroke (polygon) to be able to differentiate them from each others.
The problem is that they are stacking when they have a border in common, and i'd like them to actually be placed next to each other rather than actually being on the top of each others.
What I have :
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外围体育投注Hi all! I’ve used GIS systems a little bit in the past but this is my first time using ArcGIS, so I guess I’m a novice (please forgive me for any poorly worded explanations).
I’m using my own CSV files and joining them to state boundaries using FIPS Codes. On one map I only have three states, California, Hawaii, and Delaware. I can’t get Hawaii or Delaware to show up on the same analysis. I think the target layer for one is the boundaries and for the other it’s my CSV. Now I’m working on another map with all 50 states and DC and I’m having an issue with Hawaii and Alaska. Hawaii wasn’t showing up, so I tried a different US states file, and now Alaska won’t show up.
Does anyone know how I can fix this? I’ve checked a million times and all the FIPS Codes are right so I’m not sure what to do. Thank you for your help!
外围体育投注I have a single use license on my work computer, but have an educational license on my home computer (I work full time but also am a current student).
外围体育投注If I do work at my home computer, is there really any difference or way to tell which license I am using? I understand that you're not supposed to use the educational license for commercial purposes, but can you really tell the difference if I lets say export a map in my education license vs single use license?
外围体育投注I am wondering if there is a way to calculate the distances (in metres) between each vertex in Polyline?
I currently do this manually by exporting the vertices from the Polyline shapefile to Point data shapefile and then calculate the X and Y coordinates (usually in British Nation gird). From there I would then load the DBF. into Excel,use a formula which calculates the Vertex number based on the FID (the FID is the same for each Polyline ID) then calculate the distance between each Vertex using the X and Y coordinates (formula below).
外围体育投注Where E would be the vertex number, B3 would be the X coordinate for one vertex, B2 would be the coordinate for previous Vertex and C is the Y coordinates.
The purpose of this is to check that I don't have any vertices within 1m of one another.
外围体育投注Is there a way I could calculate the distances in GIS rather than importing into excel which is time consuming.
I usually use Arc but also dabble with QGIS.