Tag Archives: ArcView

ArcView 3.x Extension: AddXY

By | March 24, 2009

[download id=”3″ format=”2″] AddXY (v1.0) is an ArcView extension that should work with ArcView 3.0 and later.  It adds the X and Y values of points (shapefiles or coverages) to their attribute tables.  It adds the X and Y values of polygon centroids (shapefiles or coverages) to their attribute tables.  It will add the X… Read More »

Installing ArcView GIS 3.3 on Vista

By | February 26, 2009

When installing ESRI’s ArcView GIS 3.3 on the 32-bit version of Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate, the following dialog box instantly appears: It looks pretty bad.  Even the title says it’s a severe error!  You have to remember, this product was developed back in the Windows 95 days.  There is an easy workaround.  Open Windows Explorer… Read More »

Generalize – ArcView 3.x Extension

By | February 3, 2009

[download id=”4″ format=”2″] From arcscripts.esri.com: This Arcview extension provides a dialog-based tool to simplify the currently selected shapes in a polyline or polygon shapefile. This tool is used to generalize, or weed out, vertices that do not add to the desired level of detail in the geometry. A tolerance is specified to check whether or… Read More »

AddXY v1.0

By | January 27, 2009

Download AddXY v1.0 Here AddXY (v1.0) is an ArcView extension that should work with ArcView 3.0 and later.  It adds the X and Y values of points (shapefiles or coverages) to their attribute tables.  It adds the X and Y values of polygon centroids (shapefiles or coverages) to their attribute tables.  It will add the… Read More »

HydroSHEDS

By | July 16, 2008

HydroSHEDS (Hydrological data and maps based on SHuttle Elevation Derivatives at multiple Scales) provides hydrographic information in a consistent and comprehensive format for regional and global-scale applications. HydroSHEDS offers a suite of geo-referenced data sets (vector and raster), including stream networks, watershed boundaries, drainage directions, and ancillary data layers such as flow accumulations, distances, and river topology information. HydroSHEDS… Read More »