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Thanks a lot for you Answer, but I think so the problem ..... look at this!!! david@XXXX:/media/fuse/dat3/modis/mod10a1/raw/monthly/regular/stack/dayly/2013_06$ ./crea_comandos_py.sh map: MCD10A1_2013152.tif map: MCD10A1_2013153.tif map: MCD10A1_2013154.tif map: MCD10A1_2013155.tif map: MCD10A1_2013156.tif map: MCD10A1_2013157.tif map: MCD10A1_2013158.tif ...


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I would recommend to build a simple model to iterate through all rasters in your workspace and then convert each of them to Polygon. To add an iterator, In model builder go to: Insert > Iterators > Rasters You final model should look like this: and your Calculate Value Should look like this: The code block: def t(s): return ...


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As far i can recall, you can select all table from this batch tool and copy into microsoft excel and modify input parameters of the tool in excel (apply some excel formula to change the output to lessen manual labor). After that you can select all in the tool and paste this excel rows back into the tool.


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Because this array (input raster) includes 31 values: array=(A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z a b c d e) and this one (output raster) only includes 29; where raster "L" and raster "e" are missing: (A+B+C+D+E+F+G+H+I+J+K+M+N+O+P+Q+R+S+T+U+V+W+X+Y+Z+a+b+c+d)/30 However, the script would be (you have to repeat the letters): ...


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As I stated in my comment one solution is: Add in 21 project tools into MOdelBuilder Define the input and output for the 21 tools Add in the merge tool and source all the project tool outputs as the input for the merge tool Or, the work around you noted: Add in the feature class iterater and run fc through the Project tool Reference output object of ...


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As far as I know, it is currently not possible to run Points2one in batch mode (without writing code). There is a tool called points to path in the Processing toolbox which would cover the points to line use case and could be used in the Processing batch tool but unfortunately there doesn't seem to be a tool for points to polygons yet.


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This is a fairly easy problem to solve if you just brute force it and doesn't require any automation. The question is basically a duplicate of Calculating all distances from single points to multiple polygons The key piece of information you need is an attribute in villages that defines which hospital they belong to. Since you've already generated Thiessen ...


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Combine all text files in a windows directory with the copy command: copy *.txt river.txt On Linux use the cat (concatenate) command: cat * > river.txt Then in QGIS for the merged text file use 'Add Delimited Text Layer' button.


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I posted a python script to use from ArcGIS here: Exporting 3GB ArcGIS Raster to KML without losing resolution? The different models support different numbers of tiles. You have to look at this limitation, the extent of imagery you want to use, and the minimum resolution you want to use. Then you need to possibly create multiple files from your original ...


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You could also use dedicated ETL-tools (Extract, Transform and Load) like FME (licenssed software) or GeoKettle (open source) to do this. They will provide flexibility in processing your data to shapefiles. FME will allow you to "fan out" your data in several shapefiles depending on attributes. Also if python programming is not your thing they will allow ...


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In ArcGIS you can do batch processing by right-clicking on the tool. See. http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/main/10.1/index.html#//00210000000w000000.



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