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Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. So all you need to do to use it is follow the instructions on the Enabling the ArcScan extension page:.
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Download the Trial version. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top. You may want to look at ArcScan: Bring the image into ArcGIS, raster to polyline.
Thanks – some really good ideas there. The cleanup tools are part of the regular software. I cannot find an ESRI tool that creates polylines from points. I have the raster below which I want to convert to a set of vector lines: From the ArcScan home page: Asked 8 years, 8 months ago. So all you need to do to use it is follow the instructions on the Enabling the ArcScan extension page: Unicorn Meta Zoo 9: As you can see, there are small breaks in the lines and some bits are double-width.
You can dilate the Pixels to close the gaps, then thin the pixels. Sign up to join this community. Post as a guest Name.
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Starting with the release of ArcGIS You can use your points file that have another end point within a distance to select your lines for arcsxan. It only takes a minute to sign up.
I can’t seem to find them on their website. ArcScan provides tools that allow you to convert scanned images into vector-based feature layers. Email Required, but never shown.
The automated vectorization experience, referred to as automatic vectorization, requires that you generate features for the entire raster based on settings that you specify. I want to be able to reliably import these sort of images to a vector in ArcGIS. Improving the question-asking experience.
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To find the remaining gaps, save the line end-points as points feature vertices to points. I thought of maybe trying to clean up the raster before-hand, but I’m not sure how to go about that.
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Arc 10 has more advanced snapping tools.