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The documentation states that the column must be an integer (by which it means 32-bit integer). If the table doesn't have a rowid column, adding a field, calculating it to row number, and altering it to be NOT NULL should do the trick (though that last part may not be necessary).
Have you considered creating a DEM, and then use zonal statistics as table to generate statistics? You can use a unique field in your building layer to base your statistics on. You then join the table back to your building layer by your unique field.
I don't know about Excel, but it's possible in R with whole rasters...if you have bi-monthly NDVI rasters, the code would be the following for getting trends significant at the 95% level (I've written a blog about it here: Trend analysis. # load all Geotiffs from the GIMMS folder: library(raster) setwd("~/GIMMS") sg = ...
GSLIB (Geostatistical Software Library) is top-notch file/command-driven software developed from Stanford University and released in the 1990s, with some maintenance last decade. The source code can be freely downloaded and compiled on Linux/Windows using a Fortran compiler. There are online resources and a book available. Kriging is one of the software's ...
You could try the Kriging model in Surfpack version 1.1 (I wrote it while I was still on the DAKOTA team), or the latest and greatest version which comes with the "stable" version of DAKOTA (Surfpack is a sub-package of DAKOTA), it does universal Kriging from the perspective of correlation functions rather than semi-variograms. Recently a user, Joel ...
In ArcGIS use the zonal statistics tool.
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