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The Pictometry extension works inside the ArcGIS ArcMap applicationto aid in navigation with a Pictometry dataset. The extension ispackaged with Pictometry's Electronic Field Study (EFS) software, andis available to Indiana University faculty and staff throughIUware. To request IUware access to the software, sendemail to
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To link ArcGIS and the EFS software, you must have basemap data for ArcGIS. UITSGIS suggests you usethe Indianapolis vector data provided by the Indiana Spatial DataPortal. You can find the Indianapolis vector data at:
You will need to match the projection and units of both the base mapdata and the Pictometry imagery. To set up the EFS software for theArcGIS extension, follow these steps:
Load Base Mapwindow that appears,'INMARI04-093-WHS' should be highlighted. Click OK.
c:/Program Files/Pictometryfolder with the filename
Note: You must name your workspace
Pictometry.pwf for the ArcGIS extension to work.
US State Plane 1983
Indiana Eastern Zone
US Survey Feet
C:IUwareElectronic Field Studyfolder,double-click the ArcGIS ext forPictometry folder. Copy the files in this folder and paste them into thedirectory
Categorieswindow, under theCommands tab, select UIControls.
c:Program FilesPictometryfolder, select
Pictometry Image Tool for ArcGIS.txt, and then clickOpen. This will insert Visual Basic code in the window.
Categorieswindow, under the Commandstab, select UIControls.
commandspane, drag and drop the tool onto themain ArcGIS toolbar (in the gray area).
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