How to create a ModelBuilder in arcgis pro program that can export results into images format.

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01-18-2021 03:14 AM
cinnaaaoo
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How to create a ModelBuilder in arcgis pro program that can export results from point and line future classes Combine them into images format (e.g. .jpg, .png).

 

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DanPatterson
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If the tools that you would use don't exist in modelbuilder then you cant use modelbuilder unless you write a python script that you can use in modelbuilder.  And if you are going the script route you may as well develop a custom toolbox and use the script

Add a script tool—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation


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DanPatterson
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Convert Feature To Raster (Raster Analysis)—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation

Export or convert raster datasets—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation

Are at least two things to explore.

What have you looked already?

Have you tried it manually using the tools in ArcToolbox?  If so, replicate your workflow in Modelbuilder

 


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cinnaaaoo
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Thank you. I want to combine the two future classes into just one image. And the two tools you gave me But it was not successful. Do you have any other building?

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DanPatterson
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sounds like you want to export a map

lots of options but little use for modelbuilder in the workflow if that is your intent

Introduction to export a map or layout—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation


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cinnaaaoo
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About that, but I want to make it in a modelbuilder, what tools can I use?

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DanPatterson
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If the tools that you would use don't exist in modelbuilder then you cant use modelbuilder unless you write a python script that you can use in modelbuilder.  And if you are going the script route you may as well develop a custom toolbox and use the script

Add a script tool—ArcGIS Pro | Documentation


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