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ARCGIS Models You Like to Share (TBX Files)

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Arcgis 10 Model builder has been developed since 9.3. and has much more capabilities than before; and you can see several additional options like iterations in there; They are so much helpful. Although creating them is a little hard for beginners like me, the result can save lots of time and energy.

Due to the importance of those newly added options, I decided to ask you my friends to kindly share the models you think can ease many problems.

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first , you can search here :

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http://support.esri.com/en/downloads/datamodel

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and here :

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http://resources.arcgis.com/gallery/file/geoprocessing?sortBy=ratingCount&sort=up

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This is a really easy model I have Created with ArcGIS 10 TBX. (UPDATED)

DEFINE PROJECTION FOR ALL SHAPEFILES INSIDE A FOLDER

PROJECT ALL SHAPEFILES INSIDE A FOLDER TO ANOTHER COORDINATE SYSTEM

http://ifile.it/p16oyfg

Best regards,

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+1 to you mate, BTW I found so many TBX long time ago, next time I will upload here as long as I find it

great job

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Thank you So much EMPEROR  :cheesy:

Link has been updated with new Model (PROJECT A FOLDER).

I offer GISAREA.COM can have its own toolbox for FREE. Instead of waiting for commercial packages; we can build ourselves a set of simple toolboxes.  :grin:

Best Regards,

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Water Balance Toolbox for ArcGIS (for ArcGIS version 9.2)

Download + data sample

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http://www.ohio.edu/people/dyer/WB_Demo.zip

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Tutorial

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http://www.ohio.edu/people/dyer/Water_Balance_User_Manual.pdf

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websites :

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http://www.ohio.edu/people/dyer/water_balance.html

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enjoy it  :cheesy:

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Landscape Connectivity and Pattern (LCaP) metrics

The approach of the LCaP ArcGIS tools (for v9.2) is to provide:

-          a basic framework with which to organize the analysis of landscapes;

-          some of more commonly used, useful, and robust metrics that incorporate a functional perspective;

-          a clearer link between metrics already available in GIS; and

-          a platform on ModelBuilder programming framework.

Download

Brief overview presentation

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http://warnercnr.colostate.edu/~davet/Theobald%20LCAP%20v1%20overview%2020070705.pdf

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TBX for ArcGIS 9.2

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http://www.nrel.colostate.edu/ftp/theobald/

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National Water-Quality Assessment (NAWQA) Area-Characterization ToolboxTools in the toolbox include:

  • Areal Overlay Statistics toolset:
    • Area Statistics To Table
    • Feature Statistics To Table
    • Footprint Statistics To Table

    [*]Areal Overlay Weights toolset:

    • Area Weights To Table
    • Feature Weights To Table
    • Footprint Weights To Table

    [*]Areal Overlay Weights Analysis toolset:

    • Calculate Weighted Statistics
    • Partial Area Weights
    • Tabulate Weight Table

    [*]Point Overlay toolset:

    • Point Overlay Polygon To Table
    • Point Overlay Raster To Table

    [*]Selection and Area Processing toolset:

    • Aggregate Raster to Percent Grids
    • Shrink Polygon Area
    • Tabulate Features To Percent
    • Tabulate Footprints To Percent
    • Weed Points

    DOWNLOAD

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http://pubs.usgs.gov/of/2010/1268/downloads/NACT.zip

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for arcgis versions 9.3 and 9.3.1

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Genetic Landscapes GIS ToolboxA new analysis approach in landscape genetics and phylogeography is the creation of “genetic landscapes” to visualize genetic structure across geographic space. The Genetic Landscapes GIS Toolbox contains four tools to map genetic landscapes and to summarize multiple genetic landscapes as average and variance surfaces in ArcGIS ® (Environmental Science Research Institute, Redlands, CA, USA). Together, these tools automate a series of calculations and data manipulations to create genetic landscape surfaces directly from tables containing genetic distance or diversity data and sample location coordinates.  This allows users with little GIS experience to create and analyze these complex raster surfaces with efficiency and accuracy.  The analysis steps implemented in the Landscape Genetics GIS Toolbox were originally developed for an ecoregional assessment of genetic divergence and diversity patterns of multiple species in southern California  (Vandergast et al., 2008).

manual :

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http://www.werc.usgs.gov/fileHandler.ashx?File=/Lists/Products/Attachments/4017/Genetic%20Landscapes%20GIS%20Toolbox%20Manual.pdf

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TBX

arcgis 10

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http://www.werc.usgs.gov/fileHandler.ashx?File=/Lists/Products/Attachments/4017/MGL_Model_V10_8Aug2011.zip

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arcgis 9.3

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http://www.werc.usgs.gov/fileHandler.ashx?File=/Lists/Products/Attachments/4017/MGL_Model_V93_15June2010.zip

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Geonames Tools toolbox

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The Geonames Tools toolbox is an Esri Defense toolbox for intelligence analysis. The zip file contains the tools and a template geodatabase with the schema needed to create a gazetteer style locator from National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) UTF-8 encoded tab-delimited geonames text files.

The package includes two tools, with supporting scripts, and instructions for using the tools to create your geonames gazetteer locator.  The first tool loads data from a UTF-8 encoded, tab-delimited geonames text files into a feature class, updating the Admin, Country, and Feature codes in the process.  The second tool creates a gazetteer style locator from the feature class.  This locator can be used on a local machine, or published via ArcGIS for Server for use by multiple clients.

DOWNLOAD

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https://ago-item-storage.s3.amazonaws.com/763ede1bc09a4bc5846108b54dbcf7a5/Geonames.zip?AWSAccessKeyId=AKIAJS2Y2E72HYCOE7BA&Expires=1326177747&Signature=p28K0%2BqWoa6b3XXBXgp2IwsXClA%3D

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or via

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http://www.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=763ede1bc09a4bc5846108b54dbcf7a5

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Here is a VBA macro which enable you going through selected features and calculate new values for a specified field.  :cheesy:

'-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

On Error GoTo EH

 

    Dim pDoc As IMxDocument

    Set pDoc = ThisDocument

    'GET THE LAYER THAT IS SELECTED IN THE TOC

    Dim pFeatLayer As IFeatureLayer

    Dim pFeatClass As IFeatureClass

    Dim pUnknown As IUnknown

    Set pUnknown = pDoc.SelectedLayer

        If pUnknown Is Nothing Then

            MsgBox "Must have a selected in the table of contents."

            Exit Sub

        End If

    Set pFeatLayer = pUnknown

    Set pFeatClass = pFeatLayer.FeatureClass

 

    'FIND THE FIELD Parcel

    Dim pCalc As ICalculator

    Dim pTable As ITable

    Dim pField As IField

    Dim intFldIndex As Integer

    Set pTable = pFeatClass

    intFldIndex = pTable.FindField("Parcel")

        If intFldIndex = -1 Then

            MsgBox "There must be a field named Parcel in the layer"

            Exit Sub

        End If

    'PERFORM THE CALCULATION FOR THE WAYPOINTNO FIELD

    Set pCalc = New Calculator

    Dim pCursor As ICursor

    'Get a cursor for the selected features

    Dim pFSel As IFeatureSelection

    Set pFSel = pFeatLayer

    Dim pSelSet As ISelectionSet2

    Set pSelSet = pFSel.SelectionSet

    If pSelSet.Count = 0 Then

      MsgBox "Please select features to update"

      Exit Sub

    End If

    pSelSet.Update Nothing, False, pCursor

        With pCalc

            Set .Cursor = pCursor

                .Expression = ThisDocument.ParcelID.Text

                .Field = "Parcel"

        End With

    pCalc.Calculate

    Set pCursor = Nothing

   

    ThisDocument.ParcelID.Text = Val(ThisDocument.ParcelID.Text) + 1

    Exit Sub

EH:

    MsgBox Err.Number & "  " & Err.Description

with a little changes ESRI Discussion Forums

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Arcgis 10 Model builder has been developed since 9.3. and has much more capabilities than before; and you can see several additional options like iterations in there; They are so much helpful. Although creating them is a little hard for beginners like me, the result can save lots of time and energy.

Due to the importance of those newly added options, I decided to ask you my friends to kindly share the models you think can ease many problems.

Regards,

To add to this I would like to mention that ArcGIS 10.1 has got improved features. Specific to Geoprocessing tools you can pakage the tool box and share the tool package as we could earlier share the map package. Yes we designing the model could be bit complex when you are not familiar with the Geoprocessing models. For someone who has been working with Geoprocessing models and tools since earlier version of ArcGIS 9x would find the model tools and model iterators as a good aid for designing the models.

Regards,

Harshal

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Urban Network Analysis: A Toolbox for ArcGIS 10

 

The City Form Lab has released a state-of-the-art toolbox for urban network analysis. As the first of its kind, this ArcGIS toolbox can be used to compute five types of graph analysis measures on spatial networks: Reach; Gravity; BetweennessCloseness; and Straightness. Redundancy Tools that come with the software, additionally calculate the Redundancy Index, Redundant Paths, and the Wayfinding Index.

 

DOWNLOAD :

 

version 1.01

https://bitbucket.org/cityformlab/urban-network-analysis-toolbox/downloads/Urban%20Network%20Analysis%20Toolbox%201.01.zip
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The Build Elevation Mosaic Tools toolbox

 

BuildElevationMosaicsToolbox_10_2_2_13.p

 

Building mosaic dataset makes it simple to publish collections of elevation data files as elevation, slope, aspect, and hillshade layer services, so they do not have to be re-created for each use. This approach reduces data duplication because the source files do not need to be copied to be used in the mosaic dataset. They can be used from their existing locations as long as ArcGIS for Server can access them as a data store.

When publishing the results, you can reduce the number of services by applying the raster function templates included with the tools in this toolbox. These function templates modify pixel values on the fly to show derived views of the elevation data, such as percent slope, aspect, and hillshade. The client simply chooses which function to view from the DTM service.

 

DOWNLOAD

https://github.com/Esri/solutions-geoprocessing-toolbox/releases/tag/v10.2.2.1
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Please renew link

Genetic Landscapes GIS Toolbox

and

Landscape Connectivity and Pattern (LCaP) metrics

:lol:

 

I think Lurker won't be able to renew link server itself because this is something under the control of USGS.

But, with a bit of research, at least 3 seconds you should be able to that link for the Genetic Landscapes GIS Toolbox:

Their last version is based on ArcGIS 10.1

 

;)

 

darksabersan.

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