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If you have the Spatial Analyst extension for ArcGIS, then you may consider this approach: Convert your buffered polygons to a raster layer using the Polygon to Raster tool. The result will be a Boolean image of 1's and 0's, with cells with value 1 being within the buffered area. Use the Combine tool to get the cell count for each class within the buffered ...
You can summarize the table by zip code. Choose zip code as Statistics Field and the Statistic Type COUNT. Then for Case Field choose zip code. The output table will give you the count of Doctors by zip code. You can also do this in ArcMap by right clicking on the field you want to summarize and select 'summarize.'
You can also make a raster of "agreement". One raster can be binary 0=disagreement and 1=agreement. And another raster depicting how far off you are...for example, if a certain pixel has been classified as 1 but is actually a 3, then your difference is 2. In your case, the difference scale would go from 0 to 6...colour-code it differently than your ...
Thanks. I ended up using Get Raster Properties: http://help.arcgis.com/en/arcgisdesktop/10.0/help/0017/0017000000m7000000.htm
I would suggest zonal stats as table that will create a suite of basic statistics for your sites. The sites can be vector or raster.
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