# Extensions for ArcView 3x

Although ArcView 3x is an archaic version, it is still widely used so far mainly for desktop use, the shape file despite being an 16 bits file is still used by many programs. One of the advantages that this generation found was the functionality of downloading extensions that put crutches to the weaknesses of these versions as the lack of topological control.

However we can not deny that at the time was the best there was, popularized the trend in the management of geographic information and even, many programs that today are based on the functionalities driven by ArcView. Here is a list of some extensions provided by Jeff Jenness:

## Free Extensions for ArcView 3.x

ArcView Extensions for Vector Management

 Alternate Animal Movement Routes, v. 2.1 Analyzes the potential route of movement of an animal based on certain characteristics of the habitat Distance / Azimuth Tools, v. 1.6 These tools provide options for generating vectors on base paths and distances manually or in tabular form Distance and Azimuth Matrix, v. 2.1 With this extension you can create tables in matrix form of bearings and distances of objects and send them to different formats like Excel or comma-separated text Center of Mass, v. 1.b To find the centroid of an object Convex Hulls from Points, v. 1.23 Converts multiple objects to a convex mass with common characteristics Distance / Azimuth between Matched Features, v. 2.1 Generates a box of paths and distances between objects that share common characteristics Identify Features Within Distance Identifies objects that are within a defined buffer or distance Longest Straight Line, v. 1.3a Longest distance within an object Nearest Features, v. 3.8b Closest object within certain characteristics Path, with Distances and Bearing, v. 3.2b Calculate distance and heading by creating a path between defined objects Radiating Lines and Points v. 1.1 To create radial lines from a point Random Point Generator v. 1.3 Generates random points within a defined radius Repeating Shapes Generates repetitive objects Weighted Mean of Points v. 1.2c Regressions from points 3D Weighted Mean of Points, v. 1.2a Regressions to in 3 Dimensions Extensions for analysis and management of Grid / Tin digital terrain models Cohen's Kappa and Classification Table Metrics 2.1a Classification based on the Cohen's Kappa method Directional Slope Directional Slope Manual Generates slope maps Grid and Theme Regression, 3.1e Regression Manual Regressions from mass of points Grid and Theme Projector v. 2 Handling projections between topics and grids Grid Tools (Jenness Enterprises) v. 1.7 Various tools to combine and analyze different grids Mahalanobis Distances Mahalanobis Manual Different ways of doing spatial analysis using Mahalonobis methods Surface Areas and Ratios from Elevation Grid Generates surfaces from grids Surface Tools for Points, Lines and Polygons, v. 1.6a Generates surfaces from points and lines Topographic Position Index (TPI) v. 1.3a Calculates Topographic Position Index and generates new resources for grid analysis

Other Extensions

 ArcPress Exporter Export to ArcPress Case-Sensitive Queries, v. 1.4 Provides better choices for queries to differentiate between uppercase and lowercase letters Extension Loader Improve features to load extensions Find Duplicate Shapes or Records Find duplicate objects and data Line Direction Tool, v. 2.1 Shows the direction in which the lines were constructed Script and Dialog Tools, v. 2.0015 Tools to build dialogs and script code Dissolve Adjacent Polygons, v. 1.8a Dissolves adjacent polygons Progress Meter - Dialogue Creates a progress bar that indicates the progress of a process Remove Z / M attributes from Shapes v. 1.1 It allows to eliminate the attributes Z and M of the objects Split Multipart Features Operations with multipart figures associated with the same record Split Shapefiles, v. 1.4 Separate objects by associating them with different records

Source: Jenness Enterprise

## 26 Replies to "Extensions for ArcView 3x"

1. Gerardo Herrera M. says:

Can you please tell me what the 3.2 arcview extension is for creating polygon points or if there is any extension to create a construction box, thanks

2. Mapipi10 says:

Good morning, a consumta, can you help me please? Is there an extension or tool that places many points at an equal distance from each other? I have a shp of 10 thousand points and I need everyone to be at a distance of 1,5 mts each. Thank you very much and congratulations for the web, it is very useful.

3. Roberto says:

Greetings, I need an application that allows me to export my 3.3 arcview maps to Tiff know of some application. Thank you

4. Paul Ventura says:

Excuse me, I'm new to this and if I would like to know what extensions I can use to work on arcview 3.2. You will see that they had already installed it to me and I could only see that they were saying some that had an image but I don't know which ones and because for formatting reasons I was left without said program and it is costing me, thank you very much in advance

5. Gonzalo says:

That was. Thank you

6. Your doubt is not so clear, but it should be done by spatial analysis, by objects that are touched. If they overlap, then you create one of the centroid layers and then cross these centroids against the other plots with the condition that the resulting table includes data from both layers.

7. Gonzalo says:

Hello, I need to join two tables, with all their information, but they do not have ID in common, only intersecting common spaces in the polygons. To be clearer, I have the Shapes of communes and regions apart and I need to join their tables so that by clicking the info comes out in a more practical way.

thanks, greetings

8. Paul Ventura says:

Where can I get orthophotos or maps of Guatemala to put them in the program

9. g! says:

Well, we will take a look to post the link and comment on it. As long as the link does not promote copyright infringement.

a greeting.

10. Arturo1000 says:

I already sent it, anything, contact me.

11. g! says:

Hello Arturo
No problem, we give you the necessary credits. As long as the link is lawful.

You can send them to the email editor (at) geofumadas.com

12. Arturo1000 says:

Hello, for arcview, I have the collection of extensions Arc4You, which has some very interesting and ready to use things without restrictions; If the author of this topic interests you, I pass, just the credits, is all I ask. You can find me in a famous Argentine forum with my alias of arturo1000.

13. Nager says:

Please help me not load any bar with the arcview GIS 3.2, when selecting the range .. asks me for the file and does not recognize it. If somebody solved the problem, please indicate it.

14. Feliciano says:

THANKS FOR THE EXTENSIONS I WILL CHARGE THEM AND SEE THE FUNCTIONS ONCE APPLYING THEM, MANY THANKS

15. ERICK says:

It is appreciated the contributions I would like to know if someone can please send me or publish an extension to link the Arcview 3.2 with Google Earth 2010 thanks

16. WILLIAM SANTOS says:

CONGRATULATIONS, I WOULD LIKE THANK YOU IF SOMEONE COULD SEND ME THE ECW EXTENSION FOR ARCVIEW 3.2. THANK YOU AND CONTINUE IN WHAT YOU DO, FACILITATE THE WORK OF OTHER GOD BLESS YOU.

17. Daniela G says:

Thanks for the generosity

18. Carlos R says:

Thank you very much for these tools, and in general, a greeting to Cartesia and Geofumadas.
Regards!!!

19. The prj file is the one that you must open with Arcview 3x or import it with ArcGIS 9x. This file has the structure of all content.

20. Ricardo says:

I need to open an orthophoto index but the files are of extension prj bdf sbn sbx.
If you could help me I will thank you.

21. Soganep says:

Hello, thank you very much for the contribution.

22. jose says:

Hello are the extensions interesting, I could opyar with the extensions coordxy.avx and coordinates.avx

23. ismael says:

Good!
A great sense of solidarity with those in trouble.

24. Edwin says:

Hello, thanks for the extentions these are super interesting

25. Crosby says:

I was reviewing the extensions, it's very valuable, or what I'm taking for my work

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