Generates uniform (regularly spaced) points located in the polygons of the input polygon dataset. The number of points per polygon can be constant or different for each polygon  based on the values in a numeric field of the input polygon feature class. The distance between the points is interpolated for each polygon. The user can specify the rotation angle for the resulting point grid.
Inputs:
Outputs:
Illustration:
Original polygons labeled with the values in
field to be used as a source for getting the number of points to be
generated and the resulting points. Rotational angle = 0, Minimum distance to boundary = 5 

Original polygons labeled with the values in
field to be used as a source for getting the number of points to be
generated and the resulting points. Rotational angle = "Along the longest Axis", Minimum distance to boundary = 5 
Original polygons labeled with the values in
field to be used as a source for getting the number of points to be
generated and the resulting points. Rotational angle = "Along the longest side", Minimum distance to boundary = 5 
50 points per polygon. Rotational angle = "Along the longest side", Minimum distance to boundary = 0 
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Command line syntax
ET_GPUniformPointsInPolygons<input_dataset> <out_feature_class> {number_points_field} {number_points} {min_distance} {angle_from} {rotation_angle} {angle_field}
Parameters
Expression  Explanation 

<input_dataset>  A Polygon feature class or feature layer 
<out_feature_class>  A String  the full name of the output feature class. 
{number_points_field}  A String representing the name of a numeric field which values will be used to get the number of points to be generated per polygon. 
{number_points}  A Double representing the number of points for to be created in each polygons (the same for all polygons) 
{min_distance}  A Double specifying the minimum distance from boundary. 
{angle_from}  A String defining how the rotation
angle will be specified

{rotation_angle}  A Double  specifying the rotation angle for all polygons. 
{angle_field}  A String  the name of the field to be used as source for rotation angle. 
Scripting syntax
ET_GPUniformPointsInPolygons(input_dataset, out_feature_class, number_points_field, number_points, min_distance, angle_from, rotation_angle, angle_field)
See the explanations above:
<>  required parameter
{}  optional parameter
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