shrug-l: Thread: Extension for ArcGIS 9.1 to create cross sections

matt.gale at aprimesoftware.com matt.gale at aprimesoftware.com
Sun Jan 13 13:02:14 EST 2008


Hi.
I just searched the SHRUG-L list concerning cross section technology  
and saw the below thread "Extension for ArcGIS 9.1 to create cross  
sections" started on June 21, 2006.  I wanted to add to this thread  
with the following quick note.

Steve and Tripp,
There is finally an extension/plugin that now easily enables ArcGIS  
users to quickly generated cross sections in minutes.  Users can have  
one or more of the following "levels" of ArcGIS desktop to use  
CrossView:   ArcGIS ArcView, ArcEditor, and ArcInfo.  In addition to  
the standard "levels" of ArcGIS, users can also use the robust  
information generated from both ArcGIS's Spatial Analyst and 3D  
Analysts.  However, you must have an appropriate ESRI surface dataset 
(s) in an ArcMap document before CrossView can be used.  Acceptable  
surface datasets include ESRI GRIDs and TINs.  (see  
www.aprimesoftware.com)

Full disclosure... I am the Marketing Director for A-Prime Software,  
but I would encourage all to check the software out for themselves  
and see if this ArcGIS applications plugin is a compelling solution  
for cross section projects.  www.aprimesoftware.com/try

Best of Luck.
Matt

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Tripp Corbin tcorbin at keckwood.com
Wed Jun 21 13:23:43 EDT 2006

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Steve,
I do not know of an ESRI extension that will generate Cross Sections
like you can with CADD. I checked into 3D Analyst, Spatial Analyst and
Survey Analyst but could not see any tools for generating cross
sections.  There was a gentleman at SERUG that was demoing some tools
that will but they have not been released to the public. It is possible
an ESRI BP has developed an extension which can generate cross sections
but I do not know of one off the top of my head.



Tripp Corbin, MCP, GISP

Associate Vice President, GIS/Mapping

ESRI Authorized Instructor

Keck & Wood, Inc.

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(678) 417-4013

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Keck & Wood, Inc offers instructor led and virtual training for ESRI's
ArcGIS & ArcView software.
Please visit  <http://www.keckwood.com/> www.keckwood.com for more
information including a schedule of upcoming classes.


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HELP !!!!!

I need to find an extension that will allow my to create cross section
drawings in ArcGIS.  It can be done easily in CADD, however, we have no
CADD designers in our office, and our subcontractor is too busy.

I need to find this "yesterday!!!"

HELP !!!!!

Steven Carbone
GIS \ IT Specialist

Quality, Integrity, and Experience
BIRKITT ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES, INC.

110 South Edison Ave.
Tampa, FL  33606
813.259.1085 office
813.259.1086 fax
scarbone at birkitt.com


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