Calculating the land use cover values of a location (ArcMap / Corine Land Cover)

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hadromer
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Hi,
I would like to calculate the land use of approximately 5 km2 of an area whose coordinates are known. How are the class boundaries of a region calculated for Corine land cover for CLC2012 or 2018? Thank you for your interest.
 
As can be seen in the chart, there are certain points. (Such as S17-S18). If we give an example on s17, how can I find the land use rate of s17 around 5 km square? Use data on the basis of province by district are available on the internet, but how do I calculate the land use around a coordinate we want?
 
 
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DavidPike
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I don't know what you would class as a land use rate as that probably has multiple meanings.

I would probably create a 5km buffer around that point, convert the raster to vector, and use Tabulate Intersection (Analysis)—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation which will probably tell you most of what you'd need to know.

There's probably a better raster tool but I just can't think of one. 

There's also Zonal Statistics Zonal Statistics as Table (Spatial Analyst)—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation

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DavidPike
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I don't know what you would class as a land use rate as that probably has multiple meanings.

I would probably create a 5km buffer around that point, convert the raster to vector, and use Tabulate Intersection (Analysis)—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation which will probably tell you most of what you'd need to know.

There's probably a better raster tool but I just can't think of one. 

There's also Zonal Statistics Zonal Statistics as Table (Spatial Analyst)—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation

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hadromer
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thank you for your helps. 

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