I am new to use ESRI and would appreciate your support for below :
I would appreciate if an expert can help me to do above step by step.
many thanks in advance.
Your question is very broad but I will try to help. My opinion is that, it is best for your workflow to use Modelbuilder tools. I don't know which version of ArcGIS for Desktop you use but, this tutorial will help you get familiar with Modelbuilder.
It seems for these steps, you need following tools or processes;
It is important to mention that the outputs you specified can be obtained easily and quickly with the help of a modelbuilder tool.
Glad if I could help.
Many thanks for your quick reply to my query.
Unfortunately; I couldn't run the merge *.grc file format (the landuse map) . This is where I stuck from the beginning...
I am sure there is an alternative way and still seeking for it...
Hi Gokhan NAS ,
Let's start with the input file format. The .grc files are MapInfo Classified Grid raster files and according to this blog are supported in ArcGIS: https://blogs.esri.com/esri/arcgis/2012/04/17/grd-and-grc-files-now-supported-in-arcgis-10-1/
You have 11 of these files which you could probably best mosaic together into a single raster using Mosaic To New Raster—Help | ArcGIS Desktop
If you want to use a vector analysis as Duygu Öcal described you would need to convert the resulting raster to polygons (Raster to Polygon—Help | ArcGIS Desktop ). However, below I will describe the raster approach for this analysis (Spatial Analyst license required).
First convert the polygons with the administrative units to raster using Polygon to Raster—Help | ArcGIS Desktop (use a unique ID like the ObjectID as value field in this process). The raster with the landuse (mosaic) can be combined with raster with the administrative units Combine—Help | ArcGIS Desktop . This will create a potential large raster with a corresponding value attribute table, since it will create a record for each combination of landuse class and administrative unit. If you open and export this table to for instance DBF you can load the data into Excel for further analysis.
In case you don't have access to a Spatial Analyst license, convert the mosaic raster data to polygons and overlay it with the administrative units using Union—Help | ArcGIS Desktop . Te resulting featureclass will have information on landuse and administrative units.