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eshterakelmi

EMME4 and ArcGIS

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Hi,

 

Does anybody have any experience with importing /exporting EMME4/ArcGIS data from/to each other?

 

Thank you.

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eshterakelmi
 
It Should not pose to any problems with the aicgis extension as various papers exist on this topic check
one of many resources I found.
 
hXXps://www.inrosoftware.com/assets/pres-pap/ontario/ont08/GTA_GIS.pdf
 
hXXps://www.inrosoftware.com/assets/pres-pap/international/ieug06/6-1_Chriss_Hansen.pdf
 
The software looks very interesting and new to me, you could make an introduction to it on this site
for other users, whom may find it useful for there line of work :)

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Hi,

Create mode 'c'

Import: Tools > Shape File to Emme Conversion

Create something like myCity.in and myCity.db

after Exporting

copy myCity.db into database folder and rename db file to Scenario1001

then open up Modeller and find Process base network transaction

select the new Scenario and myCity.in and RUN

back to Desktop and worksheet

about exporting,

search in modeller

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