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After some tests, I conclude that the solution was given by this function: Con(IsNull("20180204T043933_LA.tif"), "20180204T043933\VV_VH_kernel.tif",0) The pixels colored in black are the masked area.


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I found this elsewhere which worked a treat. If your raster layername is RasterA, then try (RasterA@1 >= 0) * RasterA@1


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I got an answer on the ArcGis Forum that told me to use Buffer, and told how to put variable width on Buffer. I quote: " I think you would find the Buffer tool can do this for you. https://pro.arcgis.com/en/pro-app/tool-reference/analysis/buffer.htm The Buffer tool has an option to get the required buffer distance for each feature from an attribute field. ...


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First, convert your feature into graphics using Convert features into graphics in ArcGIS. It will take the symbolized line and make it into a drawing on in the map layout, thickness and all. Then, reverse the process using Convert graphics into feature in ArcGIS. Save the shapefile as a polygon instead of a line. The amount of land covered by the thick lines ...


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Try adding arcpy.RefreshActiveView() after applying the selection.


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I love Layer Files and Packages, but I usually reserve their use for Layer Groups and not individual Layers (barring some situations with extensive labeling sub-classes). A Quick simple way to add a new layer to the map with pre-defined symbology ... Open a blank Map Add the data you want to symbolize Double Click the symbol in the Table of Contents and ...


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To preserve symbology you can right click on the layer in ArcMap and Save as a Layer. This creates a lyr file that references the source shapefile. This file needs to go with the shapefile, but it can be loaded in different map documents. You can change the source of the layer in the layer properties to switch different shapefiles if you need to. http://...


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You'll need to look at the What's new in 10.2 document. The items listed in here will not exist in the previous, 10.1 version.


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