## How do you intersect a line and polygon in ArcGIS?

The Feature Class option will intersect the entire feature class….

- If necessary, start an edit session.
- Use the Select Features tool. to select two overlapping features.
- Set the target layer to match the geometry of the overlapping geometries on the PLTS Target tab.
- Click Intersect on the PLTS Editing Advanced toolbar.

**Where is the intersect tool in ArcGIS?**

In ArcGIS and ArcGIS Pro, the Intersect Tool is part of the Analysis Toolbox and within the Overlay Toolset. It’s a very basic tool in which you add layers that you want to intersect. You also set the ranks for how attributes will be ordered in the output feature.

### How do you make a line intersection point in ArcGIS?

Creating a point feature at an intersection

- Start ArcMap.
- Load data in the map if necessary.
- On the main menu, click Customize > Toolbars > Production Editing.
- On the main menu, click Customize > Toolbars > Production Editing Advanced.
- Click the Production Start Editing button.

**Can you intersect points and polygons?**

Polygons can intersect in three ways: Overlap—Area of overlap can be produced by leaving the Output Type to its default value (LOWEST). Common boundary/touch at a line—This type of intersection can be produced by specifying LINE as the Output Type.

## Can polygons have crossing lines?

A polygon can be self-intersecting, meaning edges cross other edges. (The points of intersection are not vertices.) Regular polygons which are not self-intersecting are identified by an integer corresponding to the number of sides (or vertices) it contains.

**What is the difference between clip and intersect in ArcGIS?**

What’s the difference between the clip tool and the intersect tool? The main difference is the resulting attributes. When you run the clip tool, only the input features attributes will be in the output. When you use the intersect tool, the attributes from all features will be in the output.

### What is intersection GIS?

In GIS, an Intersect is an analytical operation that can be used to select any part of a feature that intersects with one or more other features. The areas of the map where all the input features intersect will create a feature as the intersect output.

**How intersect works ArcGIS pro?**

The Intersect tool calculates the geometric intersection of any number of feature classes and feature layers. The features, or portion of features, that are common to all inputs (that is, they intersect) will be written to the output feature class.

## Can a polygon intersect?

**How do I intersect two polygon feature classes with a point?**

Touch at a point—This type of intersection can be produced by specifying POINT as the Output Type. The graphic below illustrates the result of intersecting two polygon feature classes with the Output Type parameter set to either POLY or the default (LOWEST).

### How do I discover polygon overlap and line intersections?

This can be useful to discover polygon overlap and line intersections (as points or lines). Polygons can intersect in three ways: Overlap—Area of overlap can be produced by leaving the Output Type to its default value (LOWEST). Common boundary/touch at a line—This type of intersection can be produced by specifying LINE as the Output Type.

**How does intersect work in AutoCAD?**

How Intersect works. The Intersect tool calculates the geometric intersection of any number of feature classes and feature layers. The features, or portion of features, that are common to all inputs (that is, they intersect) will be written to the output feature class.

## How do I use the Intersect tool?

When all the inputs are point feature classes, the Intersect tool can be used to determine which points are common to all input feature classes. Intersect can be used with feature classes of different geometries. The default (and highest allowable) Output Type is the same as the feature class with the lowest dimension geometry.