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I am using ModelBuilder to interpolate values with inverse distance weighting, iterated through several rows, resulting in many raster datasets - one raster layer per row. I have this and all the raster files are in one folder.

Next, I would like to select the value at specific coordinates, and repeat for each of the raster files, resulting in a table with a row for each coordinate-rasterlayer (so, total number of rows in the final table = # coordinates*number of raster layers in folder).

I added on to the original model, but it is creating an overall estimate from all the raster datapoints (so, total number of rows in this incorrect table = # coordinates)

How can I fix this model?

Here is the model I have now.

This works through the IDW step, creating this output, which is a raster layer per row in the original data

The goal is to create at table with estimates for each centroid coordinate from each raster layer. The zip_centroid is a point dataset with lon and lat I need estimates for.

  • Did you try adding inline_variable in your output, such as o3_2005_%Value% and then Merge the outputs? – fatih_dur Jan 25 at 2:51
  • Sounds like a good idea. I will try that. Thank you. – suchgreatheights22 Jan 25 at 16:42
  • adding the inline variable worked! Now trying to figure out how to merge all the tables into one wide table by coordinates. thank you! – suchgreatheights22 Jan 25 at 20:08
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I think the problem is that your model is overwriting the final output after each iteration. To avoid that you can use your Value inline_variable. Changing your output to o3_2005_%Value% will create separate copies of your Sample tables. The last step, merging all output tables, can be done by using Merge tool after a successful run of your model.

However, if you want to keep all processes in ModelBuilder, you should employ sub-model approach. I think you should add Collect Values tool to your current model to collect all Sample outputs and make this the Output Parameter. In a new model, you should add this model and Merge tool, and make your previous model's output (Collect Values) as the input to Merge.

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