Spatial Analyst is a extension within ArcGIS that provides a range of spatial modeling and analysis tools.

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Plotting time-series data in ArcGIS

I'm attempting to produce interpolated plots of water quality time-series data from ArcSDE. This is the data format: OID WELL_ID WELL_NAME SAMPLE_ID SAMPLE_DAT PARAM RESULT ...
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When should I merge two or more sub-basins into one?

I've been using Archydro to analyze one of the unknown hilly regions with many watersheds. Unfortunately, ArcHydro generates so many sub-basins that it looks really unrealistic and weird. However, I ...
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Converting Heatmap into Grid of Points to regenerate less accurate Heatmap?

Question: How do you take a heatmap generated using a GIS software (arcgis, qgis...) and convert it into a uniform grid array of points which can be used to regenerate the heatmap (although with ...
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Zonal Statistics-Weighting

I have a raster file on precipitation and I want to create zonal statistics as a table using a shape file wiht boundaries of countries across the world. However it appears that I need to take into ...
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Is there a way to increase the search radius of nearest neighbors for the Nibble tool?

I am working with a raster map vegetation types. I have about 20 types with unique raster code values that can be sorted into three classes: 1 - vegetation types I want to expand using the nibble ...
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arcpy adding time to Raster Mosiac Footprint

I am trying to create a raster mosiac for use in animating data over time. The current workflow is: Create .gdb (arcpy.CreateFileGDB_management) Create Raster Mosaic ...
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ArcGIS 10.1 ERROR 000824: The tool is not licensed in arcpy

I try to run the Zonal Statistic as a Table through arcpy and it gives me: ERROR 000824: The tool is not licensed. Here is the doc for the function: ...
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Sum raster data visible from given point, by proportion of view

I am wondering if there is a tool that does the following (preferably in Arc but other options considered). Simple example: what proportion of the view from a given point on the landscape is occupied ...
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Raster Reclassify fails upon Completion in ArcGIS

When attempting to reclassify a raster in a student edition of ArcInfo 10, the program crashes without an error upon reaching 100%. The reclassified raster is written, but with no spatial info. I've ...
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Majority filter (minimum mapping unit) in ArcGIS with larger window size

I want to run the majority filter in ArcGIS with a window size of 4 or 5 i.e. greater than the default 3. Is it possible? Or some other command (or tool) which might help me achieve that? thanks!
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Create hachures from DEM in ArcGIS 10.1

I have created contour lines from DEM and now I need to create hachures/bergstrich for them. I believe that spatial analyst should solve this, but I'm not used to it and I didint found any similar ...
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Can ArcGIS handle missing values to create a contour map?

I am trying to create a contour map for a waterbody. It turns out that in several locations there is no data. I just don't want to use the missing values as zero in ArcGIS because it would create ...
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How to calculate the flood volume using a LiDAR DEM and a HEC-RAS floodplain polygon

I’ve got a vexing GIS analysis problem which is conceptually fairly straightforward, but in reality more challenging to figure out…. Basically, I need to calculate the VOLUME of floodwater within a ...
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Work-around for slow processing times in ArcGIS 9.3 with Spatial Analyst functions

I am batch processing a large amount of distance functions (~50,000) using ArcGIS 9.3. In this version, using spatial analyst functions, it seems to be the case that users cannot parallelize processes ...
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Calculating distance from points to different class in raster

I am looking for some advice on how to calculate the distance from a point to a different class of a raster. Specifically, I have observations (points) of animal use overlaid on land cover data. For ...
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How can I create contours of 0.1 or 0.2 instead of 1?

The default value is 1 and I have salinity values from 33 to 35 and therefore only contours 34 and 35 can be created with the contour interval 1... But I want it smaller so I can see contours 34.1, ...
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reclass, raster calculator

I'm trying to apply seperate equations for different land types. I have created a raster containing only the land type I'm interested in. I then reclassed the values to '0'. My plan was to use the ...
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How can I get weighted Flow Accumulation to deal with negative values? [duplicate]

here's one I haven't seen anywhere, to my surprise. I am trying to do something a little different with Flow Accumulation, which I would think has been attempted before, but it's stumping me for now. ...
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Is r.cost equivalent to diffusion interpolation with barriers?

I want to perform interpolation using cost distances rather than euclidean distances similar to Greenberg et al. (2011). In that paper they use r.cost in GRASS to compute cost distances for each ...
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ArcMAP path distance function handling of polygon and raster inputs

I am using a path distance function to calculate distances from a set of source cells on a land use raster. Unfortunately, my land use raster and my other inputs have different cell sizes. The land ...
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Error When Trying to Run Slope Analysis Script

I have written a script which is supposed to loop through all the rasters in a folder and perform a slope analysis on each raster and save the results in another folder. I keep getting the following ...
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Raster calculator error 000539 - cannot create weak reference to 'classobj' object

I was - like many times before - trying to clip a raster with the raster calculator (raster * 1 with shapefiles as mask). Now - the following error keeps popping up: ERROR 000539: Error running ...
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How to calculate cumulative mean in Arcgis

I'd like to get cumulative mean value from a multiband image (4 bands). How can I do it in Arcgis, ERDAS and ENVI? Thanks in advance
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About zonal statistic function in ARCGIS

I calculated zonal statistic in Arcgis to get max/min value of each LC types. Broadly, LC image include forest, grassland, waterbody etc. But output max value of zonal statistic function give me 0.972 ...
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How can I multiply each band of multiband image by separate scalars?

I have an image with 5 bands. I need to multiply each band of this image by different scalars one time (I'm lazy to do it one by one) and then get multiband image as a output. For example ...
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How to Create Multiple Start and Destination Cost Paths?

I have a suitability matrix which was created in model builder based on elevation data and multiple start data points and end data points representing schools. I'd like to link all the schools up ...
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Extract Overlapping Polygon Data to Points

I have a polygon data set of corn yield collected by a combine. However, as the combine drove through the field, there was slight overlap between passes, leading to overlapping polygons within the ...
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An error in raster calculator in Arcgis

I wrote and ran this formula in raster calculator in ARCGIS. But the following error gets me into trouble. Does anyone have a suggestion to overcome this? Here is the formula I wrote and the error ...
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How to determine if all points on a map are identical in arcpy?

My eventual goal is to automate kernel density calculations for a large corpus of point data; however, if all points are identical (for example, if there are 7 points all stacked on top of one another ...
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Difference between Geostatistical Analyst and Spatial Analyst toolboxes for interpolation?

I did interpolation on point data using "Geostatistical Analyst" tool. It gives me surface layer. Then I exported this layer into raster image (by right click on this layer=>export data into raster) ...
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ArcGIS Kernel Density with polyline, search radius / bandwidth calculation

I'm conducting a density analysis of a series of polylines and I'm hung up on determining an appropriate search radius. The default calculation performed by arcgis is to take the shorter dimension ...
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Spatial Analyst's CostPath toolbox/function has PATHCOST of 0 when using in_memory workspace

I have a point feature and am interested in finding the least cost path between two points in the feature using a raster as the cost surface. I first calculate the cost distance and cost backlink via ...
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Extract Values to Point from Raster Issue

I am trying to use the tool Extract Values to Points on a File Geodatabase raster, but I am getting some weird errors. I've used this tool multiple times before with no issue, but not since I ...
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Are there any rules of thumb for the neighborhood settings in Focal Statistics?

In ArcGIS 10, users can define the neighborhood in the Focal statistics tool. The moving window shape can be set to any of the following: Wedge, annulus, circle, rectangle, irregular, and weight. ...
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Does the Calculation of Spatial Weights Matrix in ArcGIS take into account 3D?

This question is about Spatial Weights Matrix in ArcGIS. Does it take into account 3D or not? I want to calculate Spatial Weights Matrix with SPACE_TIME_WINDOW. Anton
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sa.fill creates NoData raster in standalone script ArcMap 10.0

I am trying to put together a geoprocessing workflow in Python, and I've hit a stumbling block with sa.fill. When run as a standalone script, the tool produces a raster composed entirely of NoData ...
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how to obtain elevation points for a road using contour?

I have contour lines, & roads centerlines feature classes, I need to get points with elevation in the starts, intersections, & the ends of the roads, how can I get this information? I used the ...
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Distribute gridded data to corresponding subbasin boundaries

I have one ArcGIS shapefile of my river basin consisting of many subbasin. Another shapefile showing the location of gridded points over the whole basin (Its latitude and longitude are used as file ...
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Why does Raster Calculator return GRID ERROR-Unable to open the input grid: 1+FLOATC:\document…?

I'm calculating Simple Ratio (SR) from NDVI using Raster calculator in Arcgis. Here is expression I wrote in Raster calculator. SR=(1+float[NDVI_apr.tif])/(1-float[NDVI_apr.tif]) But when I evaluate ...
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What is the convergence threshold for ArcGIS Iso Cluster?

The ArcGIS tool Iso Cluster Unsupervised Classification does not seem to have any documentation on the convergence threshold used in the tool. To compare, Erdas Imagine has all of the necessary ...
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Extract raster by mask output does not completely overlap the mask

I have a flow accumulation grid and a shapefile containing catchment areas. Now I want to do some calculations on them so I need to extract data from cells in the raster adjacent to certain catchment ...
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ArcMap 10 - Extract raster cells from imagery based on RGB value

I've got some aerial photography (format: IMAGINE Image) which is detailed enough to see to fire hydrants and a shapefile of fire hydrants which was digitized based on some CAD data. My project is to ...
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How to find out the Stream Order from DEM

I have DEM Data for the study area, I want to know how to find out the stream order using DEM. I saw Stream order tool in Hydrology toolset in ArcGIS. in Stream order tool what is input stream raster ...
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How To find the Catchment Area for a Dam?

I have a DEM of my study area, and polyline shapefile of the Dams in that area. I have run the standard Hydrology tools on it( Fill, Flow Direction & Flow Accumulation). I know that you can ...
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Problem analysing movement using cost surfaces (involving ArcGIS's Path Distance-tool)

I would like to analyse hypothetical movement (on foot) in a landscape as based on energy expenditure, but I have run into some trouble that I am hoping that you could help me with. I have tried to do ...
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Which geostatistical tools to use to determine surface changes over 40 years?

I have a data from the Weather station with SWEmax (snow water equivalent) collected over 40 years. I need to interpolate the data over my river's watershed and then, somehow, determine the ...
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Performing a Multicriteria Analysis Using Distance Along a Road Network

There is the possibility that I will be working on a project which will look at thousands of properties in a region and measure their accessibility to different services (schools, parks, hospitals, ...
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GWR Result Issues

I am working with GWR to identify if there are any relationships between 'extreme' events and disease incidence. The use of GWR has been employed because I am working in a region where local ...
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Why does tool take longer to run when in Python script?

I have written a python script that does some euclidean allocation. For that I use arcpy.gp.EucAllocation_sa() method. Now, my python script takes 30-40% extra time than spatial analyst euclidean ...
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Substitute for SpatialJoin tool?

I have to write a script in Arcgis which I would like to use the SpatialJoin tool (arcpy) but I do not have the appropriate extension. It may be a tool (or example of scripts) for doing the same ...