I have to reclassify rasters in my workflow into two zones using natural jenks. The Slice tool does the job perfectly, but I would like to print the range of values out in my script to be used as variables and written in csvs. Is there some sort of command I can use that will print out the threshold value? I should mention that the input raster is a 32bit float which complicates things a little. My alternative is to use Zonal Statistics and derive min and max for these ranges.

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Solved the problem by using Zonal Statistics as Table Tool and using the Max or Min value of the two zones.

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