I have got two existing rasters that have the same cell size (5x5m). The corner of cells from raster A are located exactly at the centres of cells in raster B. I want to place raster B exactly on top of my raster A.
I have tried these options:
- the tool 'resample' on raster B, while maintaining the same cell size and snapping to raster A.
- the tools 'raster to points' and consequently 'points to raster' on raster B, again, maintaining the grid size and snapping to raster A.
- the tool 'copy raster', snapping raster B-copy to raster A.
All options have the same result: raster B is still exactly where it lay before, with the corners of cells in B at the centre of cells in A.
Whenever Google this problem, I end up at 'environment settings' when making the grid for the first time - but I do not have the data on which the grid was based. Do you have any suggestions on how I could solve this, without a need for the original data?
I am working in ArcGIS 10.2.1. I've got a basic license, but might be able to do an upgrade to Standard or Advanced if necessary.
Edit: the raster files are .asc files.