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comment ArcMap Change Values Greater than Standard Deviation of Mean to Zero
Thanks radouxju, this works but it's still not ideal since I have to manually type in the std and mean. Seems like there should be a function I could use to calculate the mean and std vs. manually typing them. If you or someone here can show how that can be done, I will mark that as the answer. Thanks again for getting me most the way there.
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comment Rating Randomness of Electromagnetic Conductivity (EC) Data Collected?
It's a little tough to know precisely what to consider pretty random data. I seem to be getting values less than 0.50 for what looks visually random, and values above 0.70 where the data looks more clustered. I'm always getting p-values of 0.0000 and very high z-values of often over 20. Thanks for directing me to this.
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comment Rating Randomness of Electromagnetic Conductivity (EC) Data Collected?
Thanks Chris W, I will check this out.
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comment Rating Randomness of Electromagnetic Conductivity (EC) Data Collected?
Andrew, basically how random the data is. If values have large swings over a short distance, I would consider that highly random. If the values are much more gradual even over longer distances (points further from each other) then I would consider the data not random at all. Highly random data will tell us it's most likely bad data and not usable. I don't care to know whether the randomness is spatially explainable.
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comment Anyway to make Raster look like distinct Polygons
I'm using Arcmap to experiment with some models that would eventually be used in a web app. Wow, didn't realized I had asked that before, that was long time ago. Didn't mean to create a duplicate question there. What's the proper way to ask roughly the same question again to seek a potentially better answer?
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comment Anyway to make Raster look like distinct Polygons
Yes, I have in the past. So are you suggesting if I had a web app where I wanted the user to be able to change # of classes, classification method etc, just simply run a new raster to vector conversion with each change they make? You think it could run quick enough in a web app?
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comment Anyway to make Raster look like distinct Polygons
Thanks for the comment. Check out this link basically shows what I'm getting at. Ignore the grids overlayed the polygon data. There are many mapping softwares that seem to do this, believe Surfer does, the one at this link does. I haven't tried Michaels' suggestion, since I was hoping to not have the raster look www.innovativegis.com/basis/Senarios/MAPcalc_des_files/image005.png
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comment Anyway to make Raster look like distinct Polygons
blah238, I added some additional detail above that hopefully better explains why I would want to do this.
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