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I have two raster layers. One .tiff file with precipitation. And one .tiff layer which is representing my study area. The latter layer is made with value 0 = NOT-study-area, and 1 = study-area. This is the first picture below.

The second layer is the precipitation, which is the second image below. As can be seen, the precipitation layer is covering a bigger extent than my study area. How can I 'clip' the precipitation raster layer where the values of the study area are 1. I put clip in between apostrophes because I am not sure if this is the right tool or handling.

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  • Con('small', 'big')
    – FelixIP
    Nov 11, 2022 at 1:23

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The solution was the raster calculator:

SetNull(Con("Reclass_stat1",0),"tiffexporttest.tif_January")

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