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I remember having to deal with something similar. You will have to use gdal and set the driver to take in a pix image. http://www.lfd.uci.edu/~gohlke/pythonlibs/#gdal use this link to install Gdal and read up on how to use it. I used this to open pix files from focus last year and it worked. I would have sent this as a comment but I dont have the reputation ...
Try joining your output table to your input shapefile with "FID" as the join field. Select the unmatched polygons and see if their location gives you a clue about why they were left out of the output table. Also, join the table that you wrote with the script to the table from the Zonal Statistics as Table tool to see if the "Mean" values are identical for ...
Standard error (SE) and standard deviation (SD) are statistics which have the same unit of the underlying variable, while the variance unit is the square of it. For example, suppose the variable being interpolated is elevation in meters (m). The SE and SD statistics will be given in meters (m), whereas variance in square meters (m²). Based on the ...
The option is available again! :-) It was removed temporarily due to the new redesign of the CartoDB dashboard. Now it shows a bar graph with hover information for the map views of each visualization.
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