**Polyline Coordinates**

This function is not available via the GUI of ET GeoWizards.

Calculates the coordinates of points at user specified position along the polylines of a polyline dataset in the units of the spatial reference of the dataset, Decimal Degrees or Degrees Minutes Seconds. Two new fields are added to the attribute table. The names depending on the Point Position and the output units and the are:

- If the calculation is in the units of the spatial reference of the
dataset
- Point0_X, Point50_X, ...
- Point0_Y or Point50_Y

- If the calculation is in Decimal Degrees or Degrees Minutes
Seconds
- Point0_Lat or Point50_Lat
- Point0_Lon or Point50_Lon

If the input dataset is projected and the selected output units are Decimal Degrees or Degrees Minutes Seconds, the shapes are projected on the fly to the Geographic Coordinate System of the projection of the input dataset before calculating the coordinates.

**Command line syntax **

ET_GPPolylineCoordinates <input_dataset> <point_position> < | Dataset Units | Decimal Degrees | Degrees Minutes Seconds> {precision} {use_direction}

**Parameters**

Expression |
Explanation |
---|---|

<input_dataset> | A Point feature class or feature layer. |

<point_position> | A Double between 0 and 1 indicating the position of the point along the polyline which coordinates will be calculated. 0 indicates the Start Point, 1 - End Point, 0.5 - Middle point, 0.1 - a point for which the distance from the start point along the polyline is 10% of the total length of the polyline |

< | Dataset Units | Decimal Degrees | Degrees Minutes Seconds> | Output Units. The units to be used for the calculations. |

{precision} | An Integer between 0 and 8 representing the number of places after the decimal point to be used. |

{use_direction} | A Boolean. If True - a direction for coordinates in Degrees Minutes Seconds (35º25'34.23"W), If False - (-35º25'34.23") |

**Scripting syntax**

ET_GPPolylineCoordinates (input_dataset, point_position, output_units, precision, use_direction)

See the explanations above:

<> - required parameter

{} - optional parameter

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