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Hi all.
1st i would like to thank you all for the support and existance of cartotalk and present my self with the first topic.
I have a layer theme in Arcgis from a kart race i tracked with a GPS.
This point layer has speed info, my objective is to do a called "heating map" showing the speediest areas i have run, something similar to what FIFA has done for football games in the worldcup showing a heating map of where the ball was most of the time ( if some of you remember the post )
Can anyone you provide my some thoughts on how should it be done ? spatialanalyst ?
Im using Arc 9.2


Thank in advance
Jorge

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Hi all.
1st i would like to thank you all for the support and existance of cartotalk and present my self with the first topic.
I have a layer theme in Arcgis from a kart race i tracked with a GPS.
This point layer has speed info, my objective is to do a called "heating map" showing the speediest areas i have run, something similar to what FIFA has done for football games in the worldcup showing a heating map of where the ball was most of the time ( if some of you remember the post )
Can anyone you provide my some thoughts on how should it be done ? spatialanalyst ?
Im using Arc 9.2


Thank in advance
Jorge


If your table in Arcgis has a column for "speed", just symbolize the points or polylines with a color ramp. How does that sound?
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You probably want to create a GRID in spatial analyst by running a point-to-grid function.
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