Arcgis excel to table

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Excel To Table (Conversion)

Parameters

LabelExplanationData Type

Input Excel File

The Microsoft Excel file to convert.

File

Output Table

The output table.

Table

Sheet

(Optional)

The name of the particular sheet in the Excel file to import. If unspecified, the first sheet in the workbook will be used.

String

Row To Use As Field Names

(Optional)

The row in the Excel sheet that contains values to be used as field names. The default value is 1.

The row specified will be skipped when converting records to the output table.

To avoid using any row's values as field names, set this parameter to 0, which will name the output fields using the column letter (for example, COL_A, COL_B, COL_C).

If a cell in a particular column is empty, the output field name will be based on the column letter. For example, if the input has three columns, and the row contains "city", "", and "country" in columns A, B, and C respectively, the output table's field names will be: city, COL_B, and country.

Long

Cell Range

(Optional)

The cell range to include.

A cell is the intersection of a row and a column. Columns are identified by letters (A, B, C, D), and rows are identified by numbers (1, 2, 3, 4). Each cell has an address based on its column and row. For example, the cell B9 is the intersection of column B and row 9.

A cell range defines a rectangle using the upper left cell and lower right cell, separated by a colon (:). Cell ranges are inclusive, so a range of A2:C10 will include all values in column A through C and all values in rows 2 through 10.

The output field names are derived from cell values in row 1, regardless of the rows specified in the cell range. For example, if the cell range specified is B2:D10, the field names will be based on the values in cells B1, C1, and D1.

The following are examples of valid cell ranges:

  • A2:C10—The values in columns A through C, from row 2 through 10.
  • B3:B40—The values in column B, from rows 3 through 40.
  • D5:X5—The values in columns D through X, for row 5.
  • E200:ALM20000—The values in column E through ALM (1000th column), from row 200 through 20000.

The following are examples of invalid cell ranges:

  • A20:C10—The first cell cannot be lower (have a larger row number) than the second cell.
  • Z3:B5—The second cell cannot be to the right (have a larger column letter) of the second cell.
  • A5:G—Both cells must have a valid cell identifier: a letter and a number.
String
arcpy.conversion.ExcelToTable(Input_Excel_File, Output_Table, {Sheet}, {field_names_row}, {cell_range})
NameExplanationData Type

Input_Excel_File

The Microsoft Excel file to convert.

File

Output_Table

The output table.

Table

Sheet

(Optional)

The name of the particular sheet in the Excel file to import. If unspecified, the first sheet in the workbook will be used.

String

field_names_row

(Optional)

The row in the Excel sheet that contains values to be used as field names. The default value is 1.

The row specified will be skipped when converting records to the output table.

To avoid using any row's values as field names, set this parameter to 0, which will name the output fields using the column letter (for example, COL_A, COL_B, COL_C).

If a cell in a particular column is empty, the output field name will be based on the column letter. For example, if the input has three columns, and the row contains "city", "", and "country" in columns A, B, and C respectively, the output table's field names will be: city, COL_B, and country.

Long

cell_range

(Optional)

The cell range to include.

A cell is the intersection of a row and a column. Columns are identified by letters (A, B, C, D), and rows are identified by numbers (1, 2, 3, 4). Each cell has an address based on its column and row. For example, the cell B9 is the intersection of column B and row 9.

A cell range defines a rectangle using the upper left cell and lower right cell, separated by a colon (:). Cell ranges are inclusive, so a range of A2:C10 will include all values in column A through C and all values in rows 2 through 10.

The output field names are derived from cell values in row 1, regardless of the rows specified in the cell range. For example, if the cell range specified is B2:D10, the field names will be based on the values in cells B1, C1, and D1.

The following are examples of valid cell ranges:

  • A2:C10—The values in columns A through C, from row 2 through 10.
  • B3:B40—The values in column B, from rows 3 through 40.
  • D5:X5—The values in columns D through X, for row 5.
  • E200:ALM20000—The values in column E through ALM (1000th column), from row 200 through 20000.

The following are examples of invalid cell ranges:

  • A20:C10—The first cell cannot be lower (have a larger row number) than the second cell.
  • Z3:B5—The second cell cannot be to the right (have a larger column letter) of the second cell.
  • A5:G—Both cells must have a valid cell identifier: a letter and a number.
String

Code sample

ExcelToTable example (Python window)

The following Python window script demonstrates how to use the ExcelToTable function in immediate mode.

ExcelToTable example 2 (stand-alone script)

Import each sheet from a Microsoft Excel file into individual tables in a geodatabase.

Licensing information

  • Basic: Yes
  • Standard: Yes
  • Advanced: Yes

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shapefile table to excel spreadsheet

How to Export a Shapefile Table to Excel XLS from ArcGIS

Did you know that you can convert an attribute table directly to an Excel spreadsheet in ArcGIS?

If you are using ArcGIS 10.2 and above, you can use the “Table to Excel” tool to export attribute table to Excel.

It’s a simple tool with time-saving benefits.

Here’s how to use it:

The Table to Excel Tool in the Conversion Toolbox

In the Conversion Toolbox, expand it so you can see the Excel toolset. Once again, expand the toolset and double-click the Table to Excel Tool.

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Simply, add the table that you want to convert to a spreadsheet. Finally, give the Excel file a name in the output.

table to excel tool

In addition, you can set to show field aliases in the output table. This determines how to display column headers in the spreadsheet.

Lastly, you can change subtypes as values or their coded-value domain.

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Now, It’s Your Turn

The old way to do it was to copy and paste your selected records from ArcGIS directly into Excel.

Also, you could open the attribute table and export it as a CSV or TXT file. But exporting records with the attribute table doesn’t allow you to set the file type to XLS.

Instead, you can use the “Table to Excel” tool to convert your shapefile to an Excel spreadsheet. Now, this is much easier, especially if you have a lot of records.

And if you want to do the reverse, you can import tables with lat, long coordinates and create XY points from Excel.

We’ve listed some tips and tricks in ArcGIS, what other top-secret tools you use that makes your life easier?

Sours: https://gisgeography.com/export-shapefile-table-to-excel-xls-arcgis/
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Help

Excel files are added to ArcMap like other data, through the Add Data dialog box. When you browse to an Excel file, you will need to choose which table you want to open. For example, if you have an Excel workbook called Sales_Figures.xls that contains three worksheets—Sales, Month, and Year to Date—each worksheet is a separate table in ArcGIS. Any name references to cells or ranges defined in Excel are preserved in ArcGIS.

  1. Click the Add Data button Add Data.
  2. Click the Look in arrow and navigate to the Excel workbook file (.xls).
  3. Double-click the Excel workbook file.
  4. Click the table you want to add to ArcMap.
  5. Click Add.

    Excel tables, like other nonspatial tables (without associated features), are shown only in the List by Source view of the ArcMaptable of contents.

Tip:
You can also drag an Excel table from the Catalog window to add it to ArcMap.

Related topics

Sours: https://desktop.arcgis.com/en/arcmap/10.3/manage-data/tables/adding-a-microsoft-excel-table-to-arcmap.htm
Exporting GIS data to Excel -- Exporting Attribute table to Excel

How To: Export an attribute table from ArcMap to Microsoft Excel

Summary

The instructions provided describe a few methods to export an attribute table to Microsoft Excel.

Note: Before the release of Office 2007, Microsoft Excel was limited to 65,536 rows and 256 columns. This was increased to 1,048,576 rows and 16,384 columns as of Office 2007.

Procedure

Use the Table to Excel tool in ArcMap

  1. Open the .mxd project in ArcMap.
  2. Open the Table To Excel tool by navigating to ArcToolbox > Conversion Tools > Excel > Table To Excel.
The ArcToolbox pane displaying the Conversion Tools where the Table To Excel tool is found in.
  1. In the Table To Excel window, specify the Input Table from the drop-down list, or drag and drop the feature class from the Layers pane into the Input Table section.
  2. For Output Excel File, specify the folder location and name of the output table.
The Table To Excel window displaying the Input Table and Output Excel File parameters.
  1. Click OK. The Excel file is created in the designated output location.

Copy and paste all records in the attribute table into the Excel file

  1. Open the .mxd project in ArcMap.
  2. Open the layer's attribute table by right-clicking the feature class, and click Open Attribute Table.
Right-clicking the layer displays the Open Attribute Table option.
  1. In the attribute table, click the Table Options icon > Select All.
The Table Options drop-down menu displaying the Select All option.
  1. Right-click the left-most column of the attribute table, and select Copy Selected.
Right-clicking the left-most column of the attribute table displays the Copy Selected option.
  1. Open Microsoft Excel.
  2. Right-click cell A1 of the Excel file, and select Paste.
The Excel file displaying the A1 cell, and right-clicking it displays the Paste option.
  1. Save the file.

Export the attribute table to a CSV file

  1. Open the .mxd project in ArcMap.
  2. Open the layer's attribute table by right-clicking the feature class, and click Open Attribute Table.
  3. Click the Table Options icon > Export.
The Table Options drop-down menu displaying the Export option.
  1. In the Export Data window, under Output table, click the browse button and navigate to a location to save the exported attribute table.
The Export Data window displaying the Output table parameter.
  1. In the Saving Data window, for the Save as type section, click the drop-down list, and select Text File.
The Saving Data window displaying the folder location and name of the exported table.
  1. For the Name section, specify the desired name and change the file extension from .txt to .csv in the name.
  2. Click Save.
  3. Navigate to the folder location through Windows Explorer to view the .csv file in Microsoft Excel.

Related Information

Last Published: 7/22/2021

Article ID: 000012471

Software: ArcGIS for Desktop Advanced 10.3, 10.2.2, 10.2.1, 10.2, 10.1 ArcGIS for Desktop Basic 10.3, 10.2.2, 10.2.1, 10.2, 10.1 ArcGIS for Desktop Standard 10.3, 10.2.2, 10.2.1, 10.2, 10.1

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Excel to table arcgis

By Aileen Buckley, Esri Cartographer

Excel to ArcMap thumbnailTo use an Excel table in ArcGIS, it should first be formatted correctly so that ArcGIS can read the table without errors. This blog entry contains links to a table with guidelines for how to format your Excel table, as well as a couple of other useful related resources.

If you don’t format the Excel table correctly, you might run into problems when using tables from Excel when you:

  • Add an Excel table to ArcMap as data
  • Convert an excel table to a geodatabase table using the Excel to Table geoprocessing tool.
  • Create a Join or Relate with an Excel table or a table converted from Excel.

The first two of these three cases were tested and are reported on here.

View the table with the guidelines.

The guidelines include references to special characters you cannot use when naming fields in ArcGIS and reserved words you cannot use when naming fields in Excel.

The guidelines are for the use of geodatabases and feature classes, not shapefiles. When using shapefiles, additional dbase-based restrictions will apply, such as limiting field names to 10 characters.

View the list of Special Characters in ArcGIS.

View the list of Excel Reserved Words.

Note that the Excel reserved words were extracted from the driver via ArcObjects. We have a function that returns the Keywords for a data source. In the case of Excel, it gets the list from the driver itself.

Excel Tables and ArcGIS Tables

This is an overview of the relationship between Excel tables and ArcGIS tables:

  • A column in an Excel table is a field in ArcGIS. All rows in a table have the same columns. In a spatial table, columns store categories of information about the features, such as names, ID numbers, and area or length.
  • A row in an Excel table is a record in ArcGIS. In a spatial table, each row represents one feature.
  • A cell in an Excel table is a value in ArcGIS.

These are a few things to note about using Excel tables in ArcGIS:

  • ArcGIS supports both Excel 2003 and earlier .xls files and Excel 2007 .xlsx files. One advantage of Excel 2007 is that it allows much larger worksheets (1,048,576 rows by 16,384 columns) than you can have in Excel 2003 (65,536 rows by 256 columns.)
  • If you have an .xlsx file you want to use in ArcGIS but do not have Excel 2007 installed, you will need to install the 2007 Office System Driver. It can be downloaded from the Microsoft Download Center. If you have Microsoft Excel 2010 or no version of Microsoft Excel installed, you must install the 2007 driver before you can use either .xls or .xlsx files.
  • Excel tables are read-only in ArcGIS as well as in Excel when you have a workbook open in ArcGIS.
  • Excel workbook and worksheet names should not contain spaces.
  • Field names are derived from the first row in each column of the worksheet.
  • You can view the properties of fields, set aliases for the field names, and set field visibility on the Fields tab of the table’s Properties dialog box.

Thanks to Veronica Rojas for helping me to test the various issues. Thanks to Lance Shipman and Colin Zwicker, Projects Engineers on the ArcMap Team, who helped in the review of this article. Any errors, however, are solely the responsibility of the author.

Sours: https://www.esri.com/arcgis-blog/products/analytics/analytics/formatting-an-excel-table-for-use-in-arcgis/
Convertir tabla Excel a Shapefile en ArcGIS 10.2 - 10.3 - MasterSIG

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Summary

Converts Microsoft Excel files into a table.

Usage

  • Excel To Table supports Excel Workbooks (.xlsx) and Microsoft Excel 5.0/95 Workbook (.xls) formats as input.

  • This tool assumes vertically ordered tabular data. The first row is taken as the field names for the output table. These field names may be renamed during the validation process to prevent any errors or duplicate names. Empty columns between data are maintained and given a generic field name (field_4, for example).

  • Each field should contain a uniform data type. Supported data types include float, text, date, and Boolean. However, Boolean fields are stored as short integer.

Syntax

ExcelToTable_conversion (Input_Excel_File, Output_Table, {Sheet})

Code sample

ExcelToTable example (Python window)

The following Python window script demonstrates how to use the ExcelToTable function in immediate mode.

ExcelToTable example 2 (stand-alone script)

Import each sheet in a Microsoft Excel file into individual tables in a geodatabase.

Environments

Licensing information

  • ArcGIS for Desktop Basic: Yes
  • ArcGIS for Desktop Standard: Yes
  • ArcGIS for Desktop Advanced: Yes

Related topics

Sours: https://desktop.arcgis.com/en/arcmap/10.3/tools/conversion-toolbox/excel-to-table.htm

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