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I have two rasters. One shows slope:

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and the other shows Euclidean distance:

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As you can see, the Euclidean layer is smaller than the slope one.

How do I change the extent of the small layer to the extent of the big layer?

I know than in ArcGIS Desktop I could do it in the properties of the layer and then choose processing extent and same as layer X, but I can't find how to do it in ArcGIS Pro.

My end goal is to have the small distance raster have the extent of the big raster.

  • Does your Euclidean layer comprises all of the slope area or is it just a part of it? – GISGUILD May 24 at 18:17
  • Set extent to one of slope and compute distance again. – FelixIP May 24 at 19:37
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Go to Analysis -> Environments -> Processing Extent Tab -> Extent -> Choose the from Same As Layer -> Select the slope layer:

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on your Euclidean Distance there should be Environment tab, and Processing Extent. This does not change the entire map analysis environment, only your current geoprocessing environment. I would recommend this one because you may have different environments for different tools. environment

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