Author Archives: Paritosh Gupta

About Paritosh Gupta

I am an M.Tech from IIT Roorkee and MBA from IIM Lucknow India. I am having more than 16 years of experience in design, development, Integration and implementation of Geographical Information System for various applications in Utilities, Watershed Management and Land records domains

Fear of change

“It takes courage to let go of the familiar and embrace the new”. Recently I talked to one of my close friends who was asked to resign for no valid reason. When I dug deep, he accepted the fact that … Continue reading

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ESRI ArcGIS Server Java Script API, Geoenrichment

It’s not hard to create a map and overlay one set of data on it – well, at least not with ArcGIS Online. But what if your users really want to see several types of data, such as demographics, just … Continue reading

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key interfaces: ILabelEngineLayerProperties, IAnnotateLayerProperties
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Dissolve

The following VB 6.0 sub- procedure can be used to dissolve features based upon desired attribute fields: – Public Sub GPDissolve(strIn, strOut, disField As String) On Error GoTo EH Dim GP As IGeoProcessor Set GP = New GeoProcessor GP.OverwriteOutput = … Continue reading

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KML Network Link

Network Links are great ways to reference KML or KMZ files archive on a local or remote location. You can use the element to specify the location of the KML file. Within that element, you can define the refresh options … Continue reading

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Create polygon in a KML file

Folks The following C# code will help you in creating a polygon for Google Earth based KML file. Have a look: – public void AddPolygon(XmlDocument doc, XmlNode DocumentNode, int lat, int lon, int gridsize, string name, string id) { XmlNode … Continue reading

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ArcHydro

Arc Hydro has been designed to represent data from hydrography and hydrology, thereby creating a basis for obtaining a deeper understanding of surface water systems. The Arc Hydro tools are a set of utilities developed on top of the Arc … Continue reading

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