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The closest I can come is to create a measured grid in ArcMap. General steps: Open data frame properties Select the Grids tab Start the Grids & Graticules wizard and follow the steps. Once the grid is created, you can make changes to the style of the grid with the Style button on the Grids tab. Scroll down to the bottom of the list--any of the MGRS or ...
I'm not sure what it is you're asking. If you want the coordinates of the vertices, you'll have to create a point layer from your vertices. However, to me, it looks like you wan the grid/graticule coordinates to be displayed on your polygon, instead of the edge of the dataframe. If you want the graticule labels to display like in your image, Go to your ...
Firstly, Create a point layer by the point of which coordinate you want to show, then add X,Y field and calculate geometry in decimal degrees.Go to XY tool to add callouts then modify this callout by double click as the shot below-
You do not need vat's for your 35 band stack. It sounds like the problem is that your zonal raster does not have an attribute table. I would check what bit type the zonal raster is. If it floating point you cannot build a vat and will need to recreate it. Once you have ascertained that the zonal raster is not float, you can build a vat for it using the ...
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