Reclassify Issue

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04-14-2022 04:54 PM
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MarieJ
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I'm trying to reclassify the raster layers but it gives an error saying "The raster does not have statistics and histogram and the gp analysis extent is not defined."

How do I fix this?

Thanks

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DanPatterson
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Calculate Statistics (Data Management)—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation

for all rasters in a folder

Build Pyramids And Statistics (Data Management)—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation

Every tool in ArcToolbox has an Environments tab, you can set many properties there, such as

Extent (Environment setting)—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation

 


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MarieJ
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Thanks for your response.

Kind of new to Arcgis Pro - how do I open up to calculate statistics?

 

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DanPatterson
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1, 2, 3

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BryndaHatch
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Open your Geoprocessing pane, by clicking the Analysis tab, then Tools.  Expand the Data Management toolbox.  Expand Raster.  Expand Raster Properties. Alternatively, just type in Calculate Statistics into the search box at the top where it says Find Tools.

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MarieJ
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Thank you all

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DarkRoye
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Hi,

I tried to reclassify this raster from MODIS imagery [ATTACH=CONFIG]14798[/ATTACH], but the result looked like this [ATTACH=CONFIG]14799[/ATTACH].
This is the mapping [ATTACH=CONFIG]14800[/ATTACH]. It is pretty straightforward, 0 should become 1, all other values should become 0. Reclassify tool in spatial analyst both classified and projected falsely the image. Do you have any idea? MODIS imagery is in sinusoidal projection. I installed the Service Pack 4.

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RogerDunnGIS
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