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Calculating the difference between two rasters as a percentage (not a raster) value

Question asked by potterman210 on Nov 14, 2017
Latest reply on Nov 14, 2017 by dkwiens

I am studying sand dune movements and have two sets of rasters for one area. After calculating the difference and multiplying by 100 to get a percent difference, I receive another raster set. Is there a way to present this data as a number value, so I can say for instance, the sand dunes changed XX% during this time period?

Is there another way I am not thinking of to present this data, any suggestions would be appreciated, this is for a final project in a college class I am taking. Thanks in advance!

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