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You can run your cell statistics with all the rasters (GRIDs) as they are. Provided you haven't put them into folders that are too deep in the folder structure (more than 128 characters), but there are ways to get around even that: In a command window type SUBST /?, this will show you the help for the subst command. You can set a 'fake' drive to a path deep ...


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You might try an OS Crawl while listing your rasters and running the CellStatistics and saving the result into the same location as the parent. I got the following to work on folders of .tiff rasters. import arcpy import os import math arcpy.CheckOutExtension("Spatial") from arcpy.sa import* import sys arcpy.env.overwriteOutput ...


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This may be what you're looking for: Joining tables to your raster attribute table See also: Essentials of Joining Tables A second probably more difficult option is to manipulate your CSV file to match Arc's ASCII raster format and then use ASCII to Raster to create a new raster that perfectly overlays your target raster, then Combine those two rasters.


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We had other schemas as well, and the sde user didn't have access to them, it had access only to the sde schema. In conclusion, the geodatabase administrator must have access to all the schemas that exist in the database.



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