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Jul
6
comment Applying rotation before FeatureToRaster_conversion?
Thanks Polygeo. This is how I worked around the problem. 1/ Quit your job. 2/ Forget it all about Arcmap and other proprietary software. 3/ Make your own company.
Jan
24
comment Applying rotation before FeatureToRaster_conversion?
Making some progress. I start to believe arcpy might not support what I need. Gdal library does support rasterising on cells of different orientation. The SetGeoTransform function has arguments for rotation. An interesting thread on the subject here: stackoverflow.com/questions/2220749/rasterizing-a-gdal-layer
Jan
24
comment Applying rotation before FeatureToRaster_conversion?
If using 'Rotate' the entire picture will rotated around a given point (lower left corner by default). This will move spatially the features I have on the raster. This transformation is not wanted. I need to sample on my raster already oriented at 45deg the shapefile. Probably nobody looks at pixel level about raster but for my case it is important.
Jan
16
comment Applying rotation before FeatureToRaster_conversion?
I should have mentioned it is not the entire raster that I want to rotate but the actual cells (or pixel) that compose it. As it is the function convert from polygon to cells oriented at 0 degrees. I need this conversion from polygon to cells oriented at 45 degrees. If operating manually on Arcmap it will be similar to rotate (firstly) the map than export it as raster.
Jan
15
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Jan
15
asked Applying rotation before FeatureToRaster_conversion?