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The latest questions for the topic "attributerounder"Rounding to whole number only when decimal figures = 0
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<div class="fr-view clearfix"><p>I am trying to manage updates between a WFS and a GDB. Note that for this I am using the UpdateDetector as my organisation's current installed version of ArcGIS Pro (using the Data Interoperability tool) restricts me to FME 2018.</p><p>The issue is that I have a number of fields which are being provided from the WFS in float format, and even when the figure is a whole number it is still represented as such (eg. 1700.0000). When this is stored in the GDB it is automatically trimmed to the whole number (1700) so it isn't being detected as a matching value and giving inaccurate information about updated records. I could in theory us the AttributeRounder to overcome this, but some fields have decimal figures containing useful information, eg. dollar values (2357.87) so rounding to 0 decimal places will remove this. I'd like a blanket solution that can be applied across all attributes- I need to apply the template to ~60 feature classes which require update management, and data changes potentially mean that fields previously containing only irrelevant decimal information are updated then I would need to change how that field is managed.</p><p>Ideally I'd like to be able to round to a whole number when decimals are zero, otherwise leave unchanged. I've tried to figure out if this can be determined mathematically (ie. decimal figures * 1 = 0) however I can't figure out how to isolate just the decimals.</p></div>updatedetectordecimalattributerounderWed, 21 Aug 2019 02:21:42 GMTr.hougHow to create a table of attributes from a geotiff and generate statistics?
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<p>Is there a way to create a table of attributes from a geotiff? I would like to create a table of pixel values where each pixel has an associated elevation. Elevations can be negative or positive and are from LIDAR. The table can be a .txt file. Zonal Spatial statistics with ESRI can create a table of attributes but the geotiff cannot have float values. The elevations for my geotiff range from about -10.00001 to 24.00001 so these valuse will not work with spatial analyst. I would also like to create statistics for specific elevation classes. any advice welcome</p><p>thanks</p><p></p>geotiffattributerounderraster statisticsSat, 10 Mar 2018 15:58:08 GMTbradmason2015Round to a number of significant digits
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<p>Could the Attribute & CoordinateRounders possibly offer the chance to round to a number of significant digits? I'm currently doing it by calculating the length of the number before the decimal, but it would be nice to have this baked in.</p>attributeroundercoordinaterounderFri, 12 Jan 2018 00:47:10 GMTrolloCan you round to the nearest even number using AttributeRounder or CoordinateRounder?
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<p>Hi, I would like to round a elevation value to the nearest even number. Is there a way to do this, perhaps using AttributeRounder or CoordinateRounder?</p><p>I am using FME Desktop 2016. </p><p>Thanks</p>roundingattributeroundercoordinaterounderTue, 11 Jul 2017 10:19:20 GMTaquamarineBest way to round/trim point geometry? CoordinateExtractor > AttributeRounder > GeometryReplacer?
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<p>I know there's always about 10 different ways to do things in FME, so is there a better way than this to trim the geometry of a point?</p><p>CoordinateExtractor (to _x and _y attributes)</p><p>AttributeRounder (_x and _y to 3 decimal places using Nearest method)</p><p>GeometryReplacer (OGC Well Known Text Geometry Encoding, POINT (@Value(_x) @Value(_y)) Geometry Source)</p>coordinateextractorgeometryreplacerattributerounderMon, 23 Jan 2017 16:25:55 GMTtim_wood