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You can try reprojecting the raster data but to EPSG:102113 instead, don't use 3857. This post may help: Reprojecting WGS 1984 Web Mercator (EPSG:3857) in Python with GDAL


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The Intersect geoprocessing tool in ArcGIS can take line feature class (like streams) and intersect them with your polygon feature class (your tax properties). The result would be a line feature class with the attributes of the streams and tax polygons. The output line geometry will only exist where there's a polygon. The lines are split at the boundaries of ...


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You want the Clip tool in the Data Management/Raster/Raster Processing toolset, and because you have multiple rasters it would be a good opportunity to use the Batch option with the tool. Here's the way I like to deal with that interface: right-click on the tool in the toolbox and choose Batch... You see each tool instance as a row, with the columns being ...


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The Clip tool in the Data Management toolbox in ArgGIS 10.3 allows you to clip rasters with a shapefile without having to use Extract by Mask.


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From the help: Mask—A dataset that defines which locations in the inputs will be considered in the execution of the tool. If the mask dataset is a raster, all cells with a value will compose the mask. Cells that are NoData in a raster mask will be NoData in the output. If a feature dataset is used as input for the mask, it will be converted internally to a ...


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The best way to exclude areas from raster processing in ArcGIS is with the Mask Environment Setting. To use it, you will need a positive mask that covers the areas that you want to process, rather than a negative mask that covers the areas that you want to exclude. To create a positive mask, draw a really big polygon and clip it with the features covering ...


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When clipping the image it is likely that you removed the edge of the image. The edge of Landsat TM imagery is assigned 0 in all bands. This will result in 0 no longer being the minimum and a significant increase in the mean value across the raster. Furthermore, I would assume that you have also clipped the image to no longer include clouds, which would ...


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The tools that you need are located within ArcToolbox which can be accessed in ArcScene's tool bar or ArcGIS desktop. Look for this icon. Some of the tools that will allow you to calculate volume are as follows: Surface Volume (3D Analyst) Polygon Volume (3D Analyst) Cut and Fill, here is a link to another question regarding this tool If your horizontal ...


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This is more for ArcGIS 10.1 Service Pack 1 to current versions. Arcpy has a method called Walk which allows you to look through directories and sub-directory. The walk method is useful as you can specify the data types that you are looking for. The below is the example from the documentation. The example shows the Walk function being used to catalog polygon ...


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I am not much of a python scripter but a client sent us about three hundred shapefiles in about 100 folders and I didn't have the time to extract them separately. I created the model below using model builder and it works just fine.


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Follow the instructions in my answer here to use the Fusion's command line PolyClipData. Assuming you have: shapefiles named tree_0.shp, tree_1.shp,...,tree_138.shp (as stated through comments). the las file to be clipped with name data.las. the fusion software stored directly under the c: drive. the shp files and the las file stored under a folder named ...


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You can get the correct syntax from the Processing | History and log after running the tool once from the toolbox: processing.runalg("gdalogr:cliprasterbyextent", "C:/Users/anita/Geodata/qgis_sample_data/raster/SR_50M_alaska_nad.tif", "", "2001518.84322,3027531.34481,4007380.09563,4664339.34638", ...


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You can use the subprocess module with the GDAL command line utilities to solve this. import subprocess #input files forestcover = "/data/forestcover.tif" clip = "/data/clip.tif" #output files cutline = "/data/cutline.shp" result = "/data/result.tif" #create the cutline polygon cutline_cmd = ["gdaltindex", cutline, clip] ...



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