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I have a raster data, which value range is -15 to + 20. I want to calculate the zone wise (I have one shapefile which associated with different Zones) percentage of the positive and negative value of raster for each zones using ArcGIS.

How to calculate it using ArcGIS Desktop?

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  • @PolyGeo, i am not thinking that it is any tutorial. i have no idea how to do it. – SWAT Aug 3 '17 at 7:47
  • Con(A>0,zone,-zone) – FelixIP Aug 3 '17 at 7:48
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I think you could use Tabulate Area. Using this tool you can calculate the area of each represented value (from the raster) within each zone, aggregate the output to negative and positive and calculate percentages.

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