I have a raster DTM of a river which I would like to split into 90 sections, each measuring 125m. I have used Euclidean Distance to outline each section by reclassifying the symbology to change colour at each appropriate interval. I would now like to extract each coloured section from the Euclidean Distance symbology to create individual rasters.

Is there a quick way to do this without having to manually cut around each section?

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You can use the Extract by Attributes tool in the Spatial Analyst toolbox to create a new raster from a range of data. You will need to sort out ModelBuilder iterators, or loop the Extract by Attributes tool with Python to get each of your classifications into different files.


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