Setting which layers are selectable in ArcMap?
I cannot figure out how to toggle selectable layers in ArcMap 10.
In 9.3, I remember being able to choose from a list which layers I wanted to be able to select features from in the map.
Let's say I'm editing two different feature classes for a building - 'FireExtinguishers' and 'EvacuationRoutes'.
While editing, I don't want to accidentally select the 'Rooms' feature class.
I want to be able to turn off the selectability of 'Rooms', but the only way I know how to change this is to right-click a layer in the Table of Contents and choose Selection -> Make This The Only Selectable Layer.
I would like to have finer control over what layers are and are not selectable.
Does anyone know how to do this?
In the Table of Contents window, there is a button across top titled "List By Selection". Clicking this button toggles the Table of Contents into a mode that lets you change the selectablity of each layer in your dataframe.
You probably already figured this out, but in case someone else comes across it, you can click the small selection icon to the right of the layer you want to make selectable (or not selectable). See the red arrow:
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The "Set Selectable Layers" option is still available in ArcGIS 10, you just need to add it like you would a custom tool:
Click the Customize menu > Customize Mode > Commands tab. Type "set selectable layers" in the "show commands containing" search box, and drag and drop the Set Selectable Layers command on to your Selection menu.
set selectable layers
Configure a map image layer
When you configure a map image layer, you can set many properties of its underlying map service, including drawing behavior, supported user operations, and the way server resources are allocated to the service. Configuration is divided into three areas: layers, parameters, and pooling. This workflow explains how to modify the default configuration of a map image layer. To begin the sharing process, set general properties, and share your layer, see Share a map image layer.
If you are configuring a hosted map image layer (a map image layer published from a web feature layer), see the configuration limitations.
Intro to layers
The layer is the most fundamental component of a Map. It is a collection of spatial data in the form of graphics or images that represent real-world phenomena. Layers may contain discrete features that store vector data or continuous cells/pixels that store raster data.
Maps may contain different types of layers. For a broad overview of each layer type available in the API, see this table in the class description for Layer.
All layers inherit properties, methods and events from Layer. Some of these common properties are discussed in this tutorial. To learn about properties specific to different layer types, search the samples for that layer type (e.g. SceneLayer).
Prior to completing the following steps, you should be familiar with views and Map. If necessary, complete the following tutorials first:
1. Create a Map, a SceneView and a checkbox input HTML element.
Add a checkbox element to the body of your HTML. The purpose of this element will be discussed later in the tutorial.
2. Create two layers using TileLayer
Create two instances of TileLayer prior to the code you wrote for creating a map and view. To do this, you must require the esri/layers/TileLayer module and specify the url property on the layer. The url property must point to a cached map service either hosted on ArcGIS Server or Portal for ArcGIS.
All layers used for accessing ArcGIS services have the url property, which must be set to render features in the view. In this sample we'll create layers for streets and highways using the Esri World Transportation service and a service containing data about housing density in New York City.
3. Set additional properties on the layers
You may set additional properties on the layers including an id, minScale, maxScale, opacity, and visible. These may either be set in the constructor or directly on the instance at another point in your application.
We'll add an id to each layer and set the opacity on the transportation layer.
The id uniquely identifies the layer, making it easy to reference in other parts of the application. If this isn't set directly by the developer, then it is automatically generated when the layer is created.
The minScale and maxScale properties control the visibility of the layer at various scales. Using these properties can improve app performance at certain scales and enhance the cartography of the map. The visible property is true by default.
4. Add the layers to the map
Layers may be added to the map in several ways. These are all discussed in the documentation for Map.layers. In this sample we'll add each layer to the map in a different way.
Add the housing layer to the map's constructor.
Add the transportation layer to the map using map.layers.add().
Now both layers should be visible in the view.
5. Work with a layer's visibility
Use the addEventListener method to listen to a change event on the checkbox element created in the first step. When the box is checked on and off it will toggle the visibility of the transportation layer on and off. Like visible , any property of any layer may be set directly on the layer instance. This is accomplished in the snippet below.
Even though the layer is not visible to the view in this sample, it still exists as part of the map. Therefore, you can still access all of the properties of the layer and use them for analysis even though the user may not see the layer rendered in the view.
6. Understanding LayerViews
The Layer object manages geographic and tabular data published as a service. It does not handle rendering the layer in the View. That is the job of the LayerView. A Layer's LayerView is created just before it renders in the view. When working with FeatureLayers, the corresponding FeatureLayerView can provide the developer with access to the graphics rendered in the view related to that layer's features.
In this step, we'll listen for the view's layerview-create event and print the LayerViews of the housing and the transportation layers so you can explore their properties in the console. Notice that we'll use the id we created for each layer in step 3 to get the desired layers. In addition to a map's operational layers, this event fires for basemap layers and elevation layers.
Use the C# API
Learn how to use the C# API to use ArcGIS data and other geospatial content within a scene.
To start using the API, create a new script by selecting Assets > Create > C# Script from the main menu bar, or by pressing the Create Menu plus sign icon located in the Project window.
The new script will be created in whatever folder you currently have selected in the Project window. The new script file name will be highlighted, prompting you to enter a new name.
When you double-click the script, it will be opened in a text editor. By default, Unity will use Visual Studio, but you can select any editor you like from the External Tools preferences (go to Unity > Preferences).
You can find the C# API sample scenes in the APIScene folder under the Samples folder for both High Definition Render Pipeline (HDRP) and Universal Render Pipeline (URP). To access the folder, go to Assets > ArcGISMapsSDK > Samples in the Project window. Select HDRP or URP to find APIScene folder according to your project's render pipeline.
Review the first three steps from the Get started page to ensure your development environment is set up correctly.
Namespaces are containers of the classes that help organize the scripts. When you create a new C# script in Monodevelop, two namespaces are included at the top: using UnityEngine and using System.Collection . You can access all classes of these namespaces in your script.
To access the classes, add these namespaces to the beginning of the script:
Adding biographical information about yourself helps others learn more about you, your groups, and the content you've shared. Your profile can connect you with others who have similar interests and establish your authority in geographic information, map design, app development, and so on. It can also promote interest in joining your groups and using maps and apps you've shared. It's useful to include contact information and your areas of expertise and interests.
It's also useful to include a thumbnail image such as a picture of yourself, a logo, or anything that represents you. Your image should be 150 pixels wide by 150 pixels high in a web file format such as PNG, GIF, or JPEG. The maximum file size is 1 MB. If your image is a different dimension, it is automatically resized to 150 by 150 and may appear warped.
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Setting which layers are selectable in ArcMap? - Geographic Information Systems
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Washoe Regional Mapping System
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Zoning information should be verified with the appropriate planning agency.
About this map
- The Washoe Regional Mapping System (WRMS) is a comprehensive web-based mapping application designed to utilize the latest web-mapping technology and to replace older legacy mapping applications. The Washoe Regional Mapping System provides up-to-date and relevant geographic information, tools, and documents to the public and to Washoe County staff. The Washoe Regional Mapping System will continue to be updated with new features, access to more data, and a basic API for developers.
Map backgrounds and base maps
- Map backgrounds are commonly referred to as basemaps and can be switched using the basemaps menu in the top toolbar. There are six available basemaps that can be switched at any time. When switching basemaps the previous one is removed and replaced with the selected basemap. When the application is closed, the last selected basemap will be the default the next time the map is visited.
- Washoe Basemap: Basemap with light background, hillshade, streets and parcels. Basic background is similar to other popular mapping applications including the old Washoe County QuickMap.
Click the icon to toggle the Washoe Basemap.
- Basemap Streets and Parcels: This basemap has no background and is very simple. This clean basemap is best for use with other layers to overlay or printing. This basemap was designed for drawing and planning.
Click the icon to toggle the Streets and Parcels Basemap.
- Imagery Background: Image only - Features image purchased by Washoe County in 2016 and 2017 as well as imagery provided by ESRI. This imagery combination provides great image detail as the map zooms in to residential lot scales.
Click the icon to toggle the Imagery Background Basemap.
- Hybrid Background: This is a combination of the Streets and Parcels overlaid on the Image Background.
Click the icon to toggle the Hybrid Background Basemap.
- Night Basemap: has a dark background and light color parcels providing a somewhat high contrast basemap. This makes a map easier to see, especially useful in sunlight.
Click the icon to toggle the Night Basemap.
- Street Atlas Basemap: basemap that features streets, highways and other roads with more layer detail and extra attention to the cartography of the map.
Click the icon to toggle the Street Atlas Basemap.
Navigating the map and common locations
- Click and drag with the mouse to move through the map.
Use the wheel on the mouse to zoom in or out. This will be based on the location, position of the mouse on the map.
Searching the map and finding features
- Search for Address, Street, Street Intersection and Parcel Number. In the upper right corner of the map is the Search Text Box. Enter the desired search criteria.
- Most searches will give suggestions however, intersection searches and parcel searches will not - enter this in its entirety and click the search button.
Identify map features and getting the information you need
- Most all layers that can be turned on can be identified to get more information. Click or tap (for touch devices) to get more information.
- If more than one object was selected in the identify, a sub-menu will popup allowing you to select one of the items listed for more information.
- For Parcels, there will be associated information, such as: Property Assessment Data, Tax Information, FEMA Information and Related Documents.
Map layers and legend
- Within the left menu there is the Map Layers list. The layers menu provides a categorized look at some of Washoe County’s layers. Click the layer name to turn on or off the layer. For most layers, the map will need to be zoomed in to become visible. Watch for the grey color change that notes visibility potential.
- Save layer settings & getting layer information: The chevron down icon on the layer menu button will reveal a icons to save the layer state next time the map loads and also, there is a button that opens a page for more information about the referencing layer.
- The layer search box can be used to quickly find a layer.
- Additional layers are avaliable. In the layers menu, scroll past the layers group, to see the Add other Data and Layers link. This menu will add other mapping services that can be referenced next time the map loads.
- Legend: The legend is located in the layers menu on the left tab ‘Legend’
- Measuring Tools are located in the left side menu under Tools – see the measure tab. This provides common options for measuring. Remember to double click to deactivate the measuring tool.
Saved locations and coordinates
- Map coordinates are located in the bottom left corner of the map. This gives the Latitude and Longitude with Map Scale as the mouse moves around the map.
- Clicking the coordinates will reveal a menu. This menu will allow you to pick coordinates, save the coordinates, and share the coordinates. If a location is saved, this location will be added to the Saved Locations list in the left menu under the heading `My Saved Locations`.
- Also the latitude/longitude text boxes can be copied or changed (click the zoom icon to zoom to the new coordinates).
Saving locations: Locations can be saved by navigating to the My Saved Locations menu in the Layers and Tools panel. This will allow for named locations or favorite locations to be saved or shared. The center of the map will be used or a point on the map can be created, just click the red triangle and click the map.
Services and Layers
Firearm Discharge Reg
Areas affected by firearm discharge regulations.
Contours from 2016 - 2013, various scale and sources (click contour for more information)
Snow Plow Routes
Reno, Sparks, Washoe County and NDOT road and highway snowing plowing routes and prioritization categories.
Sandbag locations around the Truckee Meadows area for flood events
Washoe Highways - Local Roads. NDOT Mile Markers (calculated between a pair of GPS milepost panels - snapped to the centerline. Representation of the locations of milepost pairs for mapping, labeling, route calibration purposes. No liability is assumed for accuracy or utility of the data on any system or for general , scientific purposes. For more NDOT Description, Credits and Use Limitations, see https://www.nevadadot.com/home/showdocument?id=1869
USGS - Active faults that have recognized at the surface with evidence of movement within the past 1.6 million years
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Laharz_py: GIS Tools for Automated Mapping of Lahar Inundation Hazard Zones
For additional information, contact:
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Schilling, S.P., 2014, Laharz_py—GIS tools for automated mapping of lahar inundation hazard zones: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2014-1073, 78 p., https://dx.doi.org/10.3133/ofr20141073.
Proximal Hazard Zone Boundary
Appendix A. Strategy for Computing and Portraying Confidence Limits in Inundation Predictions Using Laharz (R.M. Iverson, written commun., October 2007)
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Cara mengatasi layer hilang saat meyimpang dokumen ArcMap ArcGIS (mxd)
Pikir saya, memang ekstensi produk tersebut sangat banyak jenisnya, namun ternyata permasalahan itu bukanlah pada ekstensi, melainkan cara pemakaian saja. Tanpa ekstensi jelas kita bisa melakukannya.
Oleh karena itu saya berpikir, mungkin ada baiknya kalau saya share saja caranya disini.
Seringkali diantara kita saat saving dokumen ArcMap (.mxd) untuk diberikan kepada rekan lain kemudian saat dibuka di dekstop yang lain, data layernya hilang.
Untuk mengatasi file mxd yang hilang path sumbernya, ada 2 cara :
- Kalau tau folder sumber datanya
- Dalam arc catalog, Klik kanan di mxd document, pilih Set Data Source. Lalu arahkan dataset ke path data sbenarnya (data pada komputer yang sedang digunakan), kita bisa mengarahkan path secara banyak sekaligus.
- Kalau tidak tau persis sumber datanya
- Buka dokumen mxd dengan Arcmap, lihat di barisan layer, tekan icon tanda seru (yang menandakan missing path) lalu arahkan ke path sebenarnya dengan cara browse folder.
Cara ke-2 memang terlalu capek dilakukan apalagi kalau dataset di mxd jumlahnya banyak. Namun keduanya bisa digunakan sebagai alternatif.
Kenapa ini bisa terjadi ?
Hal itu disebabkan oleh alamat data layer yang berubah. Saat dokumen mxd berpindah tempat, data layer yang ada didalamnya belum tentu berpindah tempat karena file mxd dan file layer (yang dapat berupa shapefile maupun raster) merupakan data yang berbeda. Sehingga saat meng-copy data arcmap kita biasa melakukannya bebarengan dengan meng-copy data file layernya juga.
Saat mxd dibuka, mxd meminta alamat data layer yang baru, apabila alamat ini di set absolut, maka akan terjadi ‘missing layer file’.
Tips dari saya. Tidak usah kita menggunakan cara lama dalam menyimpan file mxd untuk keperluan transaksi data.
Esri telah menyediakan pilihan penyimpanan yang lebih mudah, yaitu package. Untuk alternatif penyimpanan yang akan ditransaksikan bisa menggunakan map package (.mpk).
Apa kelebihan map package ?
Rekan-rekan tidak perlu lagi meng-copy data file layer saat bertransaksi data. Map package telah mem-package itu semua menjadi satu file data compact (mxd dan shapefile-shapefilenya jadi satu). Saat kita mau membuka lagi di dekstop yang berbeda, file itu akan ter-esktrak membuat folder relatif yang berisikan file-file data layer.
Bagaimana cara membuat map package?
Saat data sudah siap untuk disimpan, Klik File > Share > Map Package (.mpk)
Geographic Information Science information and support
A wealth of spatial data, suitable for many different applications at various scales, is available on the internet. If you are using ArcGIS 10.x, a good place to start is ArcGIS online:
If you click on the triangle to the right of the Add Data button (the yellow diamond with a black rectangle on top), you are presented with a drop-down menu. Here you may select local data, a basemap from ESRI, or other data layers available on ArcGIS Online. The Add Data… option lets you select files from a local drive or network share.
We hope to offer links to data layers for the region in the near future, but a couple of good places to start to acquire your own GIS layers include:
The Center for Shared Solutions is the official home of GIS data for Michigan. At the Geographic Data Library you can find layers partitioned by state, watershed, county, and school district. You can also search by theme (layer type, such as aerial imagery or bedrock geology) or search by metadata. Metadata is “data about data”. A metadata file lists important information about a layer, including who created the layer, how current the information is, the coordinate system and datum used by the layer, details about any attributes (data fields), and contact information for the person or entity that produced the data.
2) The Geospatial Data Gateway, provided by the NRCS, FSA, and RD.
The Geospatial Data Gateway (GDG) has data for more than just Michigan. You can select data by state, county, bounding rectangle (latitude and longitude coordinates that describe a study area’s extent), or by using an interactive map to identify a study area, anywhere in the 50 US states or other US territories.
The GDG has the most recent nationwide aerial imagery available, as well as base geography, watershed data, topographic maps, digital elevation models, land cover data, and climate information.
You will need to provide an email address to use the GDG, as layers are ‘custom packaged’ for each order. The wait time for downloads depends on the amount of data you choose to download, as well as the number of other users on the system.
The National Map houses the most up-to-date geospatial data from the USGS. It has an interface similar to the GDG’s, with a smaller set of layers available. The National Map is where all topographic map updates will are now published.
4) Digital Elevation Model (DEM) data from the USGS
DEM files, previously available from seamless.usgs.gov, have been moved to the National Map
You may also find data you need at NOAA’s Digital Coast, which houses LIDAR-derived elevation data for (select) coastal counties in the US.
5) A good starting point for satellite imagery for Michigan is MichiganView. This site contains user-contributed images for the region, and is managed by staff at the Michigan Tech Research Institute (MTRI).
6) Pre-formatted 2010 Census data can be downloaded from ESRI’s Census 2010 page.
7) Historical (census) data layers may be found at the National Historical GIS. If it’s historical topi maps you need, see the USGS Historical Topographic Map Explorer, where you can view or download scanned topo maps.
8) Natural Earth provides public domain base maps at various scales (1:10M, 1:50M, 1:110M). Both raster and vector data are available.
Setting which layers are selectable in ArcMap? - Geographic Information Systems
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