How to export a Raster attribute table to .txt using Model Builder

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05-13-2014 05:02 AM
MarcGirona_Mata
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I need to export a Raster attribute table to a .txt (or any other format Excel can import), using Model Builder.

Is it possible?
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IanMurray
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sorry I misunderstood the first time.

If you do a table to table conversion on the raster attribute table and export as a dbf table, excel can open the file if you change the extension to .xls instead of .dbf(.xlsx does not work).  I'm not entirely familiar with raster attribute tables so working with what I got.

Otherwise I'm not sure of a non-python way to do this.

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IanMurray
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You can add the Raster to ASCII tool, it should output it to a text file for you.

http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/main/10.1/index.html#//001200000005000000
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MarcGirona_Mata
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It creates an ASCII file with all the values of the raster, but it doesn't export the table of attributes.
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IanMurray
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sorry I misunderstood the first time.

If you do a table to table conversion on the raster attribute table and export as a dbf table, excel can open the file if you change the extension to .xls instead of .dbf(.xlsx does not work).  I'm not entirely familiar with raster attribute tables so working with what I got.

Otherwise I'm not sure of a non-python way to do this.
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