shrug-l: Editing Question

Thomas, Jim jthomas@golder.com
Fri, 17 Jun 2005 09:18:11 -0400


Thanks.  I used the Spatial Adjustment tool (three displacement links).
Not exactly what I had in mind, but it worked well for this task.=20

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From: Taylor, Scott [mailto:taylors@doacs.state.fl.us]=20
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To: Thomas, Jim; shrug-l@lists.dep.state.fl.us
Subject: RE: shrug-l: Editing Question

Spatial Adjustment may work for you - you can do rubber sheeting or more
rigorous transformations by using displacement links. I don't know if
you can specify an exact scale.  I've used it a few times to scale CADD
parcel outlines existing shapefiles.  =20

Scott B. Taylor
Systems Project Analyst (GIS)
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Division of
Forestry


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Subject: shrug-l: Editing Question



All,

I'm trying to resize/scale a group of polylines. Can this be done in
ArcGIS 9.X? If so, is it possible to do it by an exact scale.  I can do
this in AutoCAD using the 'scale' command, but I can't find the command
in ArcGIS.  Any suggestions (besides using AutoCAD)?
=20
James W. Thomas
Staff Scientist / GIS Specialist
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