Thursday, May 26, 2011

Point Geometry Object

A point geometry object is a shape that has no length or area at a given scale according to the web help or it can be considered a 0 dimension figure.  The PointGeometry object allows programmers to perform spatial operations without creating a feature class.  The object can be used as both inputs and outputs of geoprocessing.

Here is details about the PointGeometry object:
Details about the methods can be found here.

Example:

import arcpy
# coordinate list
ptList = [[35,-75],[14,-74],[28,-75]]
# create an empty point
pt = arcpy.Point()
# create list to hold PointGeometry objects
ptGeoms = []
for p in ptList:
   pt.x = p[0]
   pt.y = p[1]
   ptGeoms.append(arcpy.PointGeometry(pt))
# create a feature class from pointgeometry objects
arcpy.CopyFeatures_management(ptGeoms, r"in_memory\feat")



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