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mdalbello
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Intersecting GIS Parcel Data with an alignment ROW

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07-28-2011 06:20 AM

Hello,

 

I am a beginner with AutoCad software, and I am currently using Civil 3D/Map 3D 2009.

 

I imported a shp. file containing property information (owner, area, address, etc), and also imported an alignment row as a sdf. file. The row is a closed polygon.

 

My goal is to intersect these two types of data so that I end up with information on the number of properties effected by the row.

 

Is civil 3d 2009 capable of doing this? If so, how? I found a youtube video on using the 'Offset Alignment' command with Civil 3D 2010, however, is not the same for 2009. 

 

Any help would be appreciated, Thanks.

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Murph
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Re: Intersecting GIS Parcel Data with an alignment ROW

07-28-2011 03:13 PM in reply to: mdalbello

With Map3D you need to use data connect and bring the parcel shp file and ROW sdf file in as FDO features, then use the intersection option on doing a overlay analysis. As for the ROW offset you need to ask in the Civil3D forum.

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NateMoore
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Re: Intersecting GIS Parcel Data with an alignment ROW

07-29-2011 01:24 PM in reply to: mdalbello

I like Murph's overlay suggestion - if you save the result as a shapefile, you can open the .dbf in Excel or Open Office and pull any stats or do math there.



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parkr4st
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Re: Intersecting GIS Parcel Data with an alignment ROW

08-01-2011 03:05 AM in reply to: NateMoore

intersection does give 100% right answer.  exceptions are where the ROW crosses multiple sections of one property i.e  L S U Z shaped parcels, rivers & roads with S curves, which create two or more new polygons in the intersect file.  This inflates the number of affected parcels from the original parcel layer. 

 

intersect sdf  file;  data table and select all, copy and paste to excel for data analysis.   is that acceptable for this case?

 

Thanks

 

Dave

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Re: Intersecting GIS Parcel Data with an alignment ROW

08-01-2011 03:13 AM in reply to: parkr4st

I meant does not give 100 % right answer. :smileymad:

 

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NateMoore
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Re: Intersecting GIS Parcel Data with an alignment ROW

08-02-2011 08:57 AM in reply to: parkr4st

It's a bit of a hassle, but you could take the original file and the overlay result, join the two using the feature ID as the key in a one to many join - that will get all the data in one place, but you'll still need to massage it (possibly) in Excel.



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parkr4st
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Re: Intersecting GIS Parcel Data with an alignment ROW

08-03-2011 12:27 PM in reply to: NateMoore

roundabout

 

intersect   source ROW    Overlay Parcel   result is Row_intersect

 

Theme the Row_intersectSDF using the FeatId2 as individual values. the number of rules = the number of parcels the ROW crosses.

 

Dave

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