Minimum enclosing polygons for point clustersGeographic Information Systems
What is MBR in GIS?
In computational geometry, the minimum bounding rectangle (MBR), also known as bounding box (BBOX) or envelope, is an expression of the maximum extents of a two-dimensional object (e.g. point, line, polygon) or set of objects within its x-y coordinate system; in other words min(x), max(x), min(y), max(y).
How do you create a minimum bounding rectangle in Arcgis?
If necessary, add the Create Minimum Bounding Rectangle tool by doing the following:
- On the main menu, click Customize > Customize Mode.
- Click the Commands tab.
- In the Categories list, choose Production Editing.
- In the Commands list, click and drag the Create Minimum Bounding Rectangle button.
- Click Close.
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