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Agree to the comment of @FelixIP, one possible solution is to first create a whole raster using RasterMosaicker transformer, then reproject and re-tile the Raster with RasterTiler transformer. This can be a ressource consuming approach, if you have many input tiles. Another approach is to apply nodata values with the RasterBandNodataSetter (Value = 0) or ...


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Have you tried setting/creating an 'fme_color' attribute and setting the 'color scheme' option to use it as highlighted below? The following is taken from the offline ChartGenerator help files for FME and should get you on the right track: "Color Scheme controls the color of the wedges based on a color ramp. If the Take from fme_color option is selected, ...


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I'm not totally clear about the scenario. If you have an attribute containing a year (say 2011) and you want minus 1 (2010) then use the arithmetic editor window (inside an AttributeCreator or ExpressionEvaluator transformer) and set up @Value(CURYEAR)-1 If you want to create a date that is one before the current year (i.e the year before the year you are ...


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Can't add image to comment, so I'll add here how I were able to succeed with Jochen Schwarzes help. I tested this with 11 rasters, which went through fine. The result of this reprojection in Arcmap looks good.


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Did you check Creating a Raster from a Point Cloud tutorial from FME Knowledge center? It gives information on how to smooth your output, if this is what you need.


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Since You have ArcGIS, You could make a mosaic dataset with the rasters, and use the mosaic dataset as input to FME. This solution works well for me with large datasets. Ed: ArcGIS has the ability to reproject the mosaic dataset on fly. That means that You have the option of choosing if the reprojection should be done by ArcGIS or FME. With a large ...


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Do you mean you want a boundingbox? Then read the record, draw the first point with the VertexCreator, add the second point with another VertexCreator and replace the geometry with the BoundingBoxReplacer.



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