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Use the Reclassify tool on your Euclidean Distance output raster to set all values greater than 100 to be equal to 100. As long as you keep the default missing_values parameter set to DATA you can ignore all you values less than 100 - the original value will carry through unchanged. This way you can also play around with if 100m is actually the appropriate ...


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This error indicates that a field name in your expression does not exist or is misspelled. See Error: ERROR 000539: Invalid field If you are trying to run the raster calculator in ArcPy in 10.6, then the raster calculator is not exposed to ArcPy. You will need to recode your script and use other available tools. See How To: Perform raster calculation ...


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