Create XY plot of raster data

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10-11-2016 01:21 AM
ShouvikJha
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Dan Patterson‌. Thank you. I want to do  on  cell by cell basis. I have two different parameters of raster data, so one parameter i want to plot  in X axis and another one Y axis to make it relation between two parameters. 

How do i convert it in row and column  format. can i convert it in  ASCII format? 

Data is tiff format same as which we got from our above scrip suggested by Xander Bakker.  

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DanPatterson_Retired
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before you go off into a side tangent of graphing and trying to 'correlate', 'predict' or extrapolate see...

 Geographically Weighted Regression (GWR)—Help | ArcGIS for Desktop 

Only if you are working with interval/ratio and there is some real predictive behaviour between the two variables.  Looking for correlations, relationships between two variables via a magical statistical test is overused.  But if you are looking for an association then the above and other substitutes will save a flurry of activity in the wrong direction

For nominal data...  Combine—Help | ArcGIS for Desktop   gives you the basis for tests of Association such as the chi-squared test.  And at worst it gives you a tabular output for discussion

Make your intent clear and specific... otherwise people with keep throwing suggestions out that will meet vague goals ... not necessary specific ones.

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DanPatterson_Retired
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before you go off into a side tangent of graphing and trying to 'correlate', 'predict' or extrapolate see...

 Geographically Weighted Regression (GWR)—Help | ArcGIS for Desktop 

Only if you are working with interval/ratio and there is some real predictive behaviour between the two variables.  Looking for correlations, relationships between two variables via a magical statistical test is overused.  But if you are looking for an association then the above and other substitutes will save a flurry of activity in the wrong direction

For nominal data...  Combine—Help | ArcGIS for Desktop   gives you the basis for tests of Association such as the chi-squared test.  And at worst it gives you a tabular output for discussion

Make your intent clear and specific... otherwise people with keep throwing suggestions out that will meet vague goals ... not necessary specific ones.

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