I have a DEM at various resolutions: 1m, 3m, 5m, 10m, and 30 meters. In Spatial Analyst I have interpolated the same 1km line across the each of the DEMs, expecting to get variation in the graph output....especially with comparison to the 30m DEM. As you can see, the graphs look identical. However, when I have identified a single point along…(Show moreShow less)
Hello, I posted about this last week, but realized i didn't provide enough information. I need to create a Canopy Height Model. I am running ArcGIS Desktop 10.5.1. I have a "DSM" that includes man-made structures. and a DEM. The structures have to be removed from the raster for it to be a usable DSM, so I digitized the structures, turned them into…(Show moreShow less)
Hello my friendly GeoNet community! I need to create a Canopy Height Model. I have a "DSM" that includes man-made structures. and a DEM. I digitized the structures, turned them into a raster and used a Con in Raster Calculator to create a raster layer of just the DEM values, and then mosaiced the DSM into the structures raster layer. So,…(Show moreShow less)
Need to analyze watershed with 1000 DEM. Is there any way I don't need to physical merge them all together and still can do all kind of hydro analysis? merged 1000 DEM raster will be huge one. It will take lots of hard drive space, and even worse is that it will take most of memory to read, process the merged data. machine will be extremely slow.…(Show moreShow less)
Hi All, Is there a way to simplify a raster category boundary in the inwards direction only without closing off large chucks of the zone due to the narrowness of raster sections? Below is an example... it is an accessibility raster, defining all connected section of land that can be driven on in blue. What I want to do is create the…(Show moreShow less)
You have gone through the majority of the raster filters, http://desktop.arcgis.com/en/arcmap/latest/tools/spatial-analyst-toolbox/an-overview-of-the-generalization-tools.htm maybe boundary clean is all that is left to try
A mosaic of 3DEP rasters appears properly when zoomed in close, but becomes checkered when zooming out. Visibility range is set to <None> for both min and max scales. All source rasters are saved in the same workspace. ArcGIS Pro version 2.1.2
Hi Veniamin, Did you build overviews for the mosaic dataset: Build Overviews—Data Management toolbox | ArcGIS Desktop Try executing this tool with the default settings and see if you can view the mosaic dataset at smaller scales (zoomed out).