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How to use a consistent symbology of color ramp for multiple interpolation

Question asked by joshkwan on Oct 20, 2014
Latest reply on Oct 21, 2014 by aug_aug

Hi guys,

I am running 10.0.

Related to my previous questionHow to import a dataset table into Arcmap and interpret it , I am now trying to use a consistent color ramp for different dataset interpolation.

What I have to do at this point is to change "layer properties" of layers generated by interpolation tools. What I want seems very simple, to use a consistent  "stretch" color ramp like this in every interpolation so I don't have to change it manually. Untitled.png

I have tried to click the save button in the dialog box, but it generates a "raster function template" (.rft.xml) file and I can find nowhere to import it.

So the question is, is there a global setting to set this color ramp to stretch by "Min-Max" to value "0 to 1"?

And here is another advanced question, if I set a global color bar which ranges from 0 to 1, how can I add an indicator showing the range of current map(within 0 to 1), just like the presentation shown below:

 

http://downloads2.esri.com/MappingCenter2007/ask/OregonAnnualPrecipitation.zip

 

Download and unzip the file, then open it in PowerPoint and play the presentation.

 

Thanks,

Joshua

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