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You can set the Extent and Mask environments to match your polygon boundary. Simply select that layer from the dropwdowns when setting the environments or specify the file's path. This way the resulting raster file will match the extent of your boundary and all pixels that fall outside the polygon will be converted to NoData.


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The Set Null tool takes the following parameters: SetNull (in_conditional_raster, in_false_raster_or_constant, {where_clause}) which are described in the tool's documentation as follows: in_conditional_raster: Input raster representing the true or false result of the desired condition. It can be of integer or floating point type. ...


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You need to re-run Point Density and in the tool environment setting, set the output extent and snap raster to "Raster A":


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I got the output I wanted! To get to having the attributes I wanted, I separated the land cover types from the original land cover map. So I had a wetland layer and a grassland layer both rasters from the original raster, then I converted then to polygons. After they were polygons, I dissolved the layers so that all of the values became one from the separate ...


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Raster calculator is the way to go. String together a series of Boolean AND expressions and if the pixel satisfies them all it will result in a "1" which for your case would be "suitable". If one of the raster data sets contain a pixel that does not satisfy one of those the resulting pixel will be "0" which for your case would be "unsuitable".


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You are having an issue with only a small subset of your points actually intersecting your polygon grid as well as the need for a projection transformation from geographic to Mercator. It is difficult to evaluate the results because all the attributes associated with the grid, that occur outside the intersection, will be nodata (NA). In just looking at the ...


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