I have created a code in Python that I will use for a custom tool in ArcGIS, the code will create a Eucledian Distance of 6000m around a point and Reclassify the distance from 0-2000, 2000-4000, 4000-6000. The code works but what I was wondering was, is there a bit of code I can add on to make the 0-2000 area red, the 2000-4000 area to be orange and the 4000-6000 area to be yellow. As the code stands the colours are random i guess (blue, green etc.). I have been looking through a few books but could not find a solution.
from arcpy import env from arcpy.sa import * # Set environment settings arcpy.env.workspace = "Z:\\GIS TEST\\Select_by_Location" arcpy.env.overwriteOutput=1 # Check out any necessary licenses arcpy.CheckOutExtension("spatial") # Local variables: Breakout_Location = "Breakout_Location.shp" maxDistance = "6000" Output_direction_raster = "Z:\\GIS TEST\\Codes\\Output" # Set Extents arcpy.env.extent = arcpy.Extent(31652.290929,28102.389486,269652.513962,212966.447186) if arcpy.Exists(Output_direction_raster): arcpy.Delete_management(Output_direction_raster) Euc_Dist1=EucDistance(Breakout_Location, 6000, 400, Output_direction_raster) # Process: Reclassify Reclass_Output_direction_raster = Reclassify(Euc_Dist1, "Value", RemapRange([[0,2000,1],[2000,4000,2],[4000,6000,3]]), "DATA") arcpy.SetParameterAsText(0, Breakout_Location) Reclass_Output_direction_raster.save("Z:\\GIS TEST\\Codes\\Output")