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Elevation Profile toolbar Add-In is available for download

Have you been looking for a simple way to create profile graphs for anywhere in the world?  With the Elevation Profile add-in toolbar, you can create them either interactively on the display or from selections on your own linear feature data. The toolbar operates on an ArcGIS Online service, you don’t need to find any elevation data to use, since we are providing it for you!

Elevation Profile toolbar add-in

Elevation Profile toolbar Add-in

The toolbar for the Elevation Profile add-in

With this toolbar you can:

▪ Create profile graphs for lines you interactively draw on the display.

▪ Create profile graphs based on selections of existing line features.

▪ Control the naming of graphs and tables generated to help you better manage results.

▪ Define a template so that you can standardize the profile graphs to a particular style.

More details on the available functionality and how to use it is given in the reference document included in the download.

Dowloading and installing

The Elevation Profile add-in is available for dowload here:

http://esriurl.com/ElevationProfileAddin

This Python Add-in is supported for ArcGIS version 10.2 and beyond.

Learn more about Add-ins for ArcGIS Desktop 10.

About the authors

Juan is a Product Engineer and Documentation Lead on the Spatial Analyst team. He has been working with raster analysis using Esri software since the good old days of ARC/INFO Workstation on UNIX machines.

As a product engineer in Esri, Xuguang served in the area of geoprocessing and spatial analysis for more than 10 years. He specializes in advanced spatial analytics and developer user experiences using ArcGIS. Xuguang has contributed significantly to the development of ArcGIS image classification, ArcGIS Pro geoprocessing API’s, the ArcGIS REST API for elevation, and big-data raster analytics. Xuguang holds a B.S. from Peking University, and a Ph.D. from the University of Cincinnati.

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