Hey there, I'm trying to change the projection using the project raster tool. It changes the colour scheme of the entire image. Is that supposed to occur? I attached the two results. The colourful one is the initial image.
Hello, I'm a bit new to GIS and am having a bit of an issue I have a .csv that i have converted into a feature class- the feature class displays correctly(it is a map of all robberies in Detroit in a given year). I also have a .shp that is all of the locations of the lights in the same city- it also displays correctly, but in a completely…(Show moreShow less)
So you are using Make XY Event Layer I presume... You have the option of specifying the Spatial Reference, so in the absence of other information I would assume a GCS WGS84 aka unprojected data in long lat with a wgs84 datum. That should load into any file. If you get the X and Y's mixed up, then you will have issues. Now... check for any…
I converted your post to a question, rather than a discussion. Might get more views. Also, you may want to move this to Coordinate Reference Systems or map projections (which are also now tagged)PreviewHide preview
Hi I would like to seek help in projecting my data to UTM WGS 1984. DTM attached is in TIF file extracted from WorldDTM with GCS WGS 1984 projection while the other one is in shapefile extracted from CAD data (actual ground survey data) with PTM PRS 92 projection. i followed the basic steps in reprojecting data but unfortunately i cannotPreviewHide preview
I am wondering about WGS84 as we move through time. My understanding is that any given spot on the earth's surface latitude and longitude will change over time in this system. There are two sources of change: 1) NGA (National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency) will periodically shift the center of the WGS84 ellipsoid to better align with their…(Show moreShow less)
While fine-tuning a technical workshop for next week, my co-presenter and I realized that our comment of "don't forget these knowledge base articles!" (see terminology note below) wasn't very helpful. You used to be able to go to http://support.esri.com and type in a knowledge base/technical article number like 23025. That would bring up "FAQ:…(Show moreShow less)
Hello everyone, I am a member of the Esri Online Support Resources team, and we are responsible for knowledge base article maintenance. Last year, we updated our Support website and migrated to a new content management system, which changed the numbering scheme (i.e. article 29035 is now 000007831 - both links lead to the same article). For a…