I have some NCLD data of an area I've clipped out and there is a count of each habitat class (open water, deciduous forest, etc.).

I'm trying to find a way to calculate the edge amount of these habitat classes in ArcGIS 10.6.

Here's a screenshot of what I'm talking about:

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    You could polygonize the raster by class then calculate the perimeter for each – mikewatt Jan 29 at 20:08
  • I'm able to convert the raster to a polygon but I'm unsure of how to carry the existing symbology/classes with it. After conversion it seems to just have a single category it sorts everything into. I think I need to change the category to unique values but I'm not sure how to get what was there before the conversion. – Rusty Jan 29 at 21:22
  • Whatever you specify as the raster_field should hold the cell value, so you should be able to symbolize based on that – mikewatt Jan 29 at 23:57

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