The ARIS Grid & Raster Editor adds a toolbar to ArcMap. This toolbar provides a set of tools to change the value of one or more cells. With these tools it is possible to:
Supported raster formats
Most single and multi-band raster formats editable by the ArcGIS Object Model are supported by the ARIS Grid & Raster Editor but may vary between ArcGIS versions. These raster formats include:
Use your .Net code in ArcMap just as easy as you were used to work with VBA scripts. With the ARIS .Net Scripting Tool you can create, edit and run DotNet code within an ArcMap session. A perfect solution to test parts of your code during application development or to switch from VBA to VB.Net.
The Export Tools for ArcGIS facilitate the export of features to files with KML and GeoJSON format. With this toolbox in ArcMap or ArcCatalog, any point, polyline, or polygon dataset, in any defined projection, can be exported to a KML or GeoJSON file. The user has to provide the input features, the output file and the geographic transformation method. Also a number of options can be chosen.
The DataProcessing Tool provides elementary functionality for working with metadata, layerfiles and mxd-files in ArcGIS. Time consuming and complex management tasks can easily, efficiently and reproducibly be performed using Python scripts.
The ASCII Grid Reader adds native support (direct read) for ESRI ASCII Grids to ArcMap and ArcCatalog, automatically stretching between MIN and MAX values in the GRID.
The ARIS ASCII Grid Reader for ArcMap 10 has some exciting new features to support also some non-ESRI ASCII Grids:
The APS Reader adds native support (direct read) for APS rasters (output from the OPS model like .aps, .plt, .grd) to ArcMap and ArcCatalog, automatically stretching between MIN and MAX values in the raster.