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I would use a zonal statistics analysis to investigate the relationship between crime rate and land price. Use Zonal Statistics as Table (Spatial Analyst) tool with these settings: in_zone_data = crime rate zone_field = label (field of crime rate) in_value_raster = land price statistics_type = all The result is a table. Use Excel to create a chart. ...


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In ArcGIS you can use the Viewshed tool (Spatial Analyst Tools > Surface). The Viewshed lets you calculate the surface locations visible to a set of points or lines (see the documentation).


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Define your area of interest with all the cells to be filled and a reasonable amount of neighboring cells, either raster or geometry and use extract by mask to smaller sample to reduce the processing time. Convert the extracted raster to point using raster to point (this will ignore the null cells). From the derived points create either a TIN or Terrain ...


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The Cut Fill tool is designed to show volume change, so you need to have a "before" raster (what the elevation surface was before fracture occurred) and an "after" raster (what the elevation surface is after fracture, or what it is now). The elevation surface (also known as DEM) for the two different time periods can be made manually using a topo contour ...


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there are two main logical operators : the AND and the OR. In fuzzy logic, you can use: "fuzzy AND" as an equivalent of the minimum of the different membership values "fuzzy OR" as an equivalent of the maximum of the different membership values if you want to combine this with your crisp decision, you can convert "yes" to 1 and "no" to 0. Then you can ...


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I had to do something rather like this for my masters thesis, but with much fewer observer and target points. I'm not aware of a reasonable way to create a complete raster of "visible area," at least not one that wouldn't take a long time. Repeatedly running Viewshed, once for each centroid of the raster's cells, would certainly work... but as you've, ...



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