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Analyze TIN

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Calculates several  characteristics  for each triangle of a TIN (polygonZ)

Inputs:

Outputs:

Notes:

Example: TIN ( PolygonZ ) classified by

MIN Elevation Slope
4032001SElev.jpg (8122 bytes) 4032001SSlope.jpg (20366 bytes)
Aspect Hill Shade
4032001SAspect.jpg (24353 bytes)4032001SAspectLeg.jpg (10879 bytes) 4032001SHill.jpg (13028 bytes)

ToolBox implementation
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Calculates several characteristics (Slope, Aspect, Min & Max Elevation, Mean Elevation, Hillshade values) for each triangle of a TIN (polygonZ)

Command line syntax

ET_GPAnalyzeTIN <input_dataset> <out_feature_class> <Light_Azimuth><Light_Altitude>

Parameters

Expression Explanation
<input_dataset> A  PolygonZ feature class or feature layer. 
<out_feature class> A String - the full name of the output feature class (A feature class with the same full name should not exist)
{Light_Azimuth} A Double representing the azimuth angle of the light source. The azimuth is expressed in positive degrees from 0 to 360, measured clockwise from the north. The default is 315 degrees.
{Light_Altitude} A Double representing the altitude angle of the light source above the horizon. The altitude is expressed in positive degrees, with 0 degrees at the horizon and 90 degrees directly overhead. The default is 45 degrees.

Scripting syntax

ET_GPAnalyzeTIN (input_dataset out_feature_class Light_Azimuth Light_Altitude)

See the explanations above:
<> - required parameter
{} - optional parameter

.NET implementation
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AnalyzeTIN(pInFC As IFeatureClass, sOutFName As String,sElevationField As String, Optional dLightAzimuth As Double = 315, Optional dLightAltitude As Double = 45) As IFeatureClass

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