Overview of Analyzing Drawing Topologies
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After you have created a drawing topology, you can use it to analyze spatial relationships between the drawing objects. You can:

Different topologies can contain information on different aspects of a map. For example, a political map shows county lines or cities and towns. A geological map shows soil types or contour lines. A social map might show the locations of crimes or high-income areas.

Before you can analyze a topology, you must create the topology and make sure it is loaded.

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