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Interesting things is why you are using MEAN value for landuse code(?)? Want to see the changes after year by year?
I dont know if the tiff input is a problem? I usually use grids.
Also, what about cell size? What is the cell size of the tiff, then have you set the environment up for your analysis?
How are you selecting the polygons?
Are you sure the selection is being passed to the next tool?
How is your output incorrect? Are the values wrong or all records Null?
Always consider attaching a snapshot of the model with the forum post. It makes it easier to see the upstream and downstream processes.
So I have a model that utilizes the Zonal Statistics as a Table tool and it runs beautifully. However, the output is incredibly false.
The input feature zone data is a shapefile comprised of a select few polygons.
The zone field selected is FID.
The input value raster is a .tiff file which stores the correct values for the output.
The output table is saved to the workspace chosen by user.
And the statistic performed is the MEAN. Which means the output for every FID row is an average of all pixel values in the raster file within that polygon shape.
What's happening when the model runs is that the output is just incorrect....almost like there is no zonal recognition happening.
Is anyone familiar with this and perhaps what I can do to make the output correct??