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Reclassifying a raster produces �??weird�?� values!

Question asked by Jamal432@gmail.com on May 25, 2012
Latest reply on Jun 1, 2012 by Jamal432@gmail.com
Reclassifying a raster produces �??weird�?� values!

I wanted to reclassify the raster shown in the screenshot below:

[ATTACH=CONFIG]14663[/ATTACH], [ATTACH=CONFIG]14663[/ATTACH], [ATTACH=CONFIG]14664[/ATTACH][ATTACH=CONFIG]14665[/ATTACH]


1. The maximum cell value in the raster doesn�??t match that one shown by the �??reclassify�?� tool! How come?
2. How come the reclassify tool doesn�??t see the maximum value existing in the original raster and thus more values appear rather than the ranges specified on the reclassification!
How to overcome this problem? How to let the �??reclassify�?� tool see all the values of the original raster?
Thank you for the help,
Best
Jamal

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