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I am calculating the Euclidean distance of a set of points. The output raster truncates the resulting raster image to the farthest north, south, east, and west point. I need the distances to extend past those points. I have created another constant raster that is roughly the size of the area that I need.enter image description here

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    What GIS software are you using? – PolyGeo Apr 28 '16 at 21:39
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    Euclidean Distance is an ArcGis tool but can also be an operation in GRASS, QGIS or other software package... If I assume ArcGis I would say have a look at your environment settings especially Output Extent, CellSize and Snap Raster and set all three to your constant raster, but that would only be if you were using ArcGis. – Michael Stimson Apr 28 '16 at 22:10
  • I am using ArcGIS. By changing my environment settings I was able to get it to work. Thanks! – Steve Scott Apr 29 '16 at 16:49
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Euclidean Distance is an ArcGis tool but can also be an operation in GRASS, QGIS or other software package... If I assume ArcGis I would say have a look at your environment settings especially Output Extent, CellSize and Snap Raster and set all three to your constant raster, but that would only be if you were using ArcGis. – Michael Miles-Stimson

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