I want a profile graph with biomass volume across a landscape's latitude. Im using ArcGis Pro 2.3.3. It's hard to explain so I'll provide a rough sketch of the desired result:

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The sketch shows a polygon (placeholder), but I will use a raster with biomass per hectare instead. Every point on the x-axis should represent the mean of biomass per hectare for that corresponding cross-section on the map. I've been playing around with summary statistics but it won't do the job.

Do I have to divide the raster into cross-section and run summary statistics on them separately or is there a better way?

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    Do you have 3D analyst extension? Then maybe something like this is possible Creating a profile graph from digitized features of a Surface. – BERA May 29 at 7:17
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    Why don't you convert your raster to a point dataset add your lat/long coordinates and then do a simple summary on that? Group by latitude and mean the gridcode. The output could then be plotted in something like excel? – Hornbydd May 29 at 10:25
  • @Hornbydd Thanks a lot, I didn't think about that at all. Solved my problem! – Christian May 29 at 11:44

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