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Is there any way to get a raster to snap to a specified coordinate point? The documentation for the snap raster environment setting says:

The lower left corner of the given extent is moved to the nearest snap raster cell corner in such a way that the new lower left corner is outside of the given extent. If the lower left corner of the given extent already coincides with a cell corner of the snap raster, no adjustment will be made. The upper right corner of the given extent is moved to the nearest output raster cell corner in such a way that the new upper right corner is outside the given extent.

Is there a way to have this be a coordinate point?

I work with multiple large DEM grids, and each grid often has a slightly different coordinate as the starting point of the bottom left cell. Having a single coordinate (or even a meridian or parallel) to snap everything to to ensure consistency would be nice.

  • Just create 1 cell raster where you want it. – FelixIP Sep 14 at 3:40

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