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I have 2 raster data: -land use (water, urban, agriculture, forest) - risk categories (low, medium, high)

How can I find out the land use category that falls on the medium+high risk using raster in ArcGIS Pro?

I thought of classifying medium risk and high risk as 1, combine them, and get a raster dataset of medium+high risk together.

But then, how can I find out the mostly landuse type that falls into this zone (medium+high risk)?

  • I know that, but i just don't know how to find out the dominant landuse type that falls over the medium+high risk layer. I reclassified medium risk as 1, and high risk as 1. i boolean AND them and I got a new layer, which is supposed to be medium risk + high risk. And from now I am stuck in finding out the most landuse type that is situated over this layer. I tried to do it old fashion, and to just look at it, but the solving requires theory. – gis1234 Sep 13 at 7:33
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  • Try the Combine tool. – user2856 Sep 13 at 8:45

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