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I'm using ArcGIS Pro 2.4.

I have two rasters that are partially overlapping. The first raster is a subset of the second raster (e.g. Raster one's pixels are fully contained within raster two, however there are pixels in raster two that are not present in raster 1).

I would like to create a third raster that only contains the pixels from raster two that DO NOT overlap with raster one. I've tried relatively basic Raster Calculator(arithmetic/boolean operators) with no success. I believe that Raster Calculator doesn't process locations with a nodata grids as seen https://pro.arcgis.com/en/pro-app/arcpy/image-analyst/boolean-and-operator.htm.

  • Check the rasters with Is Null tool if you have any null values and eliminate those first before using raster calculator. – Amadeus May 23 at 13:58

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