I have base shapefile and try to use different interpolation methods to get image like this:


This layer is constructed using point to raster conversion.

Generally, interpolation methods as idw and so on works normal, but exactly natural neighbor does very strange thing:

nat neighbor res

Result is veeeeery long image. What can it be?

The 180th meridian goes through my map, may it be the reason?

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    Almost undoubtedly. I've seen this before in images that straddle the date line... can you move the image with Shift resources.arcgis.com/en/help/main/10.1/index.html#//… then shift it back when done. – Michael Stimson May 14 '15 at 23:26
  • I hope you're very close. But shift tool is for rasters and Natural neighbor wants points layer as argument. Do you mean to use shift tool for points in some way? – lenden May 14 '15 at 23:36
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    point->raster->shift->point->natural neighbours->shift... there isn't a vector tool for moving features on bulk by a constant. You could try projecting to a spatial reference that uses a different 0, or project to UTM Zone 60 or 1 then project back to geographic. – Michael Stimson May 14 '15 at 23:42

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