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Now, I have rcount<-length(intersect(SpatialPoints(pts_s), r_list[[i]])) inside the first function and the problem is solved!! SplitRas <- function(raster,ppside,save,plot){ h <- ceiling(ncol(raster)/ppside) v <- ceiling(nrow(raster)/ppside) agg <- aggregate(raster,fact=c(h,v)) agg[] <- 1:ncell(agg) agg_poly ...


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It is unclear what you want the output to look like, anything is possible. For example to export to one excel file with three sheets you can use arcpy, numpy and pandas python libraries. Pandas require ArcGIS version >=10.4 or you need to install pandas manually (python -m pip install pandas) Execute in python window: import arcpy import pandas as pd ...


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In ArcMap 10.3 and above you would be able to make a color map (.clr) file which would allow you to create custom definitions to be applied to your raster. For your version of ArcMap, try the following: In the table of contents, right-click the raster layer that you want to draw showing unique values, and click Properties. Click the Symbology tab. Click ...


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