I'm working with a computer that uses multiple ASCII raster files and ran into an issue with the file alignments. As you can see in ArcMap, the rasters are being aligned correctly.
However, upon exporting them to ASCII and loading them into the software they are slightly askew and this can be verified when looking at the headers,
$ head -n 6 x.asc ncols 7752 nrows 4384 xllcorner -90.415008381648 yllcorner 45.952043272731 cellsize 0.000348592492 NODATA_value -9999 $ head -n 6 y.asc ncols 8581 nrows 5190 xllcorner -90.519812091 yllcorner 45.799266992357 cellsize 0.000348592492 NODATA_value -9999 $ head -n 6 z.asc ncols 8581 nrows 5190 xllcorner -90.519812091 yllcorner 45.799266992357 cellsize 0.000348592492 NODATA_value -9999
I've checked all of the typical problems (e.g., projections, clipping, etc.) and everything is being projected to NAD 1983 for the program. The library we are using for processing is fairly basic so the alignment needs to come from ArcGIS which it should be up to. There is also data present to the boundaries for the region so the theory was that should have been enough.
Perhaps there is a command I'm forgetting about, but how can I ensure that the raster files are all aligned correctly upon export?