Clean Dangling Nodes

Running programmatically

Cleans the dangling nodes from a polyline layer using user specified dangling tolerance



Notes :


Before Clean Dangles

dangle_before.jpg (12313 bytes)

After Clean - No "Nearest Snap" used

dangle_extend.jpg (10171 bytes)

After Clean - "Nearest Snap" used

dangle_nearest.jpg (9810 bytes)

Running Programmatically

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Expression Explanation
Function Name CleanDangles
<input dataset> A String representing the input layer. Must be of Polyline type.
<output dataset> A String - the full name of the output layer.
<Dangling Tolerance> A Double representing the tolerance to be used. The polylines with dangling nodes within distance smaller than this value to existing features (depending on the options used) will be extended/snapped to the closest existing feature
{Snap Nearest} A Boolean - if True, the ends of the dangling polylines that could not be snapped to an existing polyline by extending in the direction of the last segment or to an existing node will be snapped (if the dangling node is within a distance smaller than the to an existing polyline) to the closest point of the closest polyline
{Fuzzy Tolerance} A Double representing the Fuzzy tolerance (in the units of the input dataset).

Running the function

ETGWPath used in the table below is the  full path to ETGWRun.exe (E.G. "C:\Program Files\ETSpatial Techniques\ETGeo Wizards\ETGWRun.exe")

Language Syntax
Python[ETGWPath, "CleanDangles", "input dataset", "output dataset", "Dangling Tolerance", "Snap Nearest", "Fuzzy Tolerance"])
.NET using ETGWRun.exe StartInfo.FileName = ETGWPath
StartInfo.Arguments = "CleanDangles" "input dataset" "output dataset" "Dangling Tolerance" "Snap Nearest" "Fuzzy Tolerance"
.NET using ETGWOutX.dll CleanDangles(input dataset, output dataset, Dangling Tolerance, Snap Nearest, Fuzzy Tolerance)
ArcPy arcpy.CleanDangles(input dataset, output dataset, "Dangling Tolerance", "Snap Nearest", "Fuzzy Tolerance")


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