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That's a very brute force Version, but have you tried to polygonize them separately (computationally a bit of a burden of course) and then merge the .shp files and see if it works?
Based on the answer to an earlier related question I think you need AZTool which was designed to do the same job for the GB Census output areas.
I have 10 meter DEM model with holes on the borders. I also have full 30m DEM model. The DEMs are in different coordinate system. transform 10m coordinate system to the same coordinate system as 30m meter slice a 0.1 x 0.1 degree tiff with gdal_translate - gdal_translate -projwin 5 48.10 5.10 48 -ot Int16 -r bilinear bigTiff.tiff slice.tiff slice a 0.1 x ...
You can use the Merge tool to combine the shapefiles. Then you can pull the new larger shapefile into ArcMap and work with that.
This is a point clustering problem. I would suggest to: merge two datasets into one feature class (use "Merge or Append") use "Grouping Analysis" tool to cluster the feature class Use "Mean Center" tool to calculate the mean center of your points by setting the "Case Field" as the clusters field. This workflow can be chained either using Python or ...
I guess a Memory Provider would suite your needs as It does not store data on disk, allowing developers to use it as a fast backend for some temporary layers. Based on your descriptions and the linked example from the cookbook I created some code. It is not fully tested and maybe you will have to tweak it a little: lyrs = ...
I think a way to achieve what you're trying to do is gdal_merge.py (i.e., a Python command line tool, see http://www.gdal.org/gdal_merge.html). In case of overlap, that tool will take the cells of the last named raster rather than those of any previous rasters, so listing the 10m raster last will ensure it's values are used when there's overlap. In that case ...
Thanks! I ended up using the Clip tool and then Merged the infestation polygons into one shapefile. For all intents and purposes, the model works. Once it worked, I tried using the Iterate Feature Classes tool on my initial inputs on the model, while giving it a T* wildcare to only iterate through the shapefiles beginning with a T in the selected ...
Have you run the intersect outside of model builder? The blank output file suggests you might have a coordinate system issue, with some of your files in different geographic coordinate systems. Do all your files have a defined coordinate system? What setting do you have on the intersect? There are multiple options, and you may not be using the one you ...
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