I recently posted about a problem in ArcGIS using the Goode Homolosine (Land) projection with the Project Raster tool HERE.
The problem was related to a bug with that tool, and a workaround solution was proposed.
I have since tried to re-project different data to the Goode Homolosine projection, but the workaround solution does not work for these data. I find the proposed solution to work for some data but not others.
Here is an example of the proposed solution that produces an Inconsistent Extent warning:
- I downloaded this Crop Suitability Index raster data.
- I open these data in ArcMap and set the data frame's coordinate system to projected coordinate systems, world, Goode's Homolosine (Land).
- In the table of contents I right click the data and select Data, Export Data.
- When exporting I set the Spatial Reference to the Data Frame, and save as a .tif file.
- When I open the saved .tif file in a blank map I receive an Inconsistent Extent warning message.
I do not understand why this workaround solution isn't a general solution, i.e., why this solution worked with the Malaria Ecology Index raster data I originally posted about, but not these Crop Suitability Index raster data?