Is there any simple and easier way to extract feature information from classified raster dataset that intersects a feature class, and also maintain the other feature attributes? I'm using ArcGis 10.4
There is the whole overlay toolset in the spatial analyst
An overview of the Overlay tools—Help | ArcGIS for Desktop
and their equivalent in vector world.
An overview of the Extract toolset—Help | ArcGIS for Desktop and plus overlay tools...
So you want to extract vector information using raster? raster extent, the actual bounds?
The options are many, what have your tried so far?
You have posted this in GeoNet help... you should move this to Spatial Analyst
Dan, I tried spatial analysis Extraction (Extract by Mask). It worked alright but as youknow, the output table shows only Values and Counts based only on the 6classifications (6 rows and 3 columns). I therefore have to find a way toassign every feature to its classified raster.
It is still not entirely clear what you are after, but it sounds to me that you might want to use Zonal Statistics as Table—Help | ArcGIS for Desktop and join the resulting table back to the polygons.
My problem is that, I have Snow dataset in Raster format (classified in a range of ‘50days of > 25cm deep of snow to 365 days: 6 classification), and differentland area Feature Classes (forest areas, cultivated pastures, open areas, etc.)in different Municipal areas. I now want to find out the statistics of what'classified snow range' falls within what Feature Class in each Municipal area.I guess its difficult to explain better, but I think my problem is put across.
you are describing a Combine operation Combine—Help | ArcGIS for Desktop
as one option.
Combine lets you do just that... combine the classifications of one set of data with another bringing the attributes of both together. Interpreting the results can be challenging, but it does work.
data 1 ... classes A,B,C
data 2 ... classes A,B
output is not in order, but in order of occurrence but you will get unique combinations of the above assigned to a new class
Also check Tabulate Intersection—Help | ArcGIS for Desktop
Also... Move this thread ... to an appropriate spot ... you will get more targeted responses if you put questions in their proper place.
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