Reputation
Top tag
Next privilege 125 Rep.
Vote down
Badges
1 14
Impact
~10k people reached

  • 0 posts edited
  • 1 helpful flag
  • 22 votes cast
Nov
9
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
30
comment Snapping existing raster to another existing raster using ArcGIS for Desktop?
Thanks for your suggestion. I tried this; at first it did not work because when dragging and dropping the .asc files to the input field in the ASCII to raster tool, the data type was invalid. However, I learned that sometimes, somehow if you select the .asc file via de browse icon, it does work. Anyway, after I succeeded I still had the same problem. In the end, the problem appeared to be a bug in ArcGIS (see below).
Sep
30
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Sep
30
answered Snapping existing raster to another existing raster using ArcGIS for Desktop?
Sep
30
revised Snapping existing raster to another existing raster using ArcGIS for Desktop?
added 67 characters in body
Sep
30
comment Snapping existing raster to another existing raster using ArcGIS for Desktop?
I've tried to use 'copy raster', but same as for the other tools, the 'snap raster' in the environment settings does not seem to work. I think it might have to do with the fact that cell corners of raster B are exactly at the centre of grid cells of raster A (and vice versa).
Sep
30
revised Snapping existing raster to another existing raster using ArcGIS for Desktop?
added 43 characters in body
Sep
30
asked Snapping existing raster to another existing raster using ArcGIS for Desktop?
Sep
23
awarded  Informed
Sep
22
comment Error 999999 when converting a point feature class to a raster in python
That shouldn't be the problem; this is the default. I used it on a different (smaller) dataset, that worked fine. The cell size should be fine too: 1x1m in a ~ 250x350 km map extent.
Sep
21
revised Error 999999 when converting a point feature class to a raster in python
added 126 characters in body
Sep
21
asked Error 999999 when converting a point feature class to a raster in python
Sep
18
accepted Arcpy: copied python snippet does not work?
Sep
18
comment Arcpy: copied python snippet does not work?
YES!!! Changing the double quotes around the # into single quotes worked! Even though the "#" were copied directly from the snippet. Thanks a lot. Out of curiosity: what do you mean by 'escape them with a backslash'?
Sep
18
asked Arcpy: copied python snippet does not work?
Sep
15
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
19
comment Georeferencing/rectifying multiple images of different shapes and sizes at once using ArcGIS for Desktop?
That would be nice, yes, but they are on top of each other. :)
Mar
19
comment Georeferencing/rectifying multiple images of different shapes and sizes at once using ArcGIS for Desktop?
@artwork21: this could work, if I remove the 'white areas' along my scanned maps. I will try!
Mar
19
comment Georeferencing/rectifying multiple images of different shapes and sizes at once using ArcGIS for Desktop?
@Martin: That might work, although it is not ment for scanned maps. I cannot see to what layer I am linking here... but if I use an empty .mxd it might work :)
Mar
19
asked Georeferencing/rectifying multiple images of different shapes and sizes at once using ArcGIS for Desktop?