Import/Export Surface Analysis

Import/Export Surface Analysis

Red Transit Consultants, LLC

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The app exports surface analysis and corresponding properties to text by selecting the export analysis type and a surface with that type of analysis applied to it. Then, as needed it will import a selected text file (previously exported) and apply it to a new surface with the exported analysis information. It also has built in option to verify the style has been created correctly for viewing the analysis - alleviating the user from wondering why an analysis may not be appearing.


The app handles 5 different surface analysis types; Contour, Directional, Elevation, Slope, and Slope Arrows. Installing the app provides separate Import and Export commands for each analysis type, housed under one drop down ribbon button.


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Version, 4/16/2018
Upgraded for 2019 product (No change in version number). Upgraded for 2018 product support (No change in version number).

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  • Very efficient and works great!
    Lee Barras | September 27, 2016 Verified Download (What's this?)

    It gives you the ability to quickly copy an analysis to another drawing without going through a tedious hand entry routine. Plus you get a record in the form of an import/export file.

  • Works As expected - some improvements would be nice
    Brad Kanther | August 25, 2016 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Does work with TIN and GRID surfaces which is good. Be better if I could apply the analysis to multiple surfaces at once though. Instead of one by one. Very cumbersome. I have 35 grid surfaces to update!

    Aaron Coghill | December 14, 2017

    Cheers Brad, your comments saved me a few $$. I have 52 surfaces to export statistical data for..

  • Helps to stop duplicate tasks
    Nobody Special | September 18, 2013 Verified Download (What's this?)

    Works great. Constantly setting up surface analysis gets old, and I always miss something. This definitely streamlined the whole process.

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