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Why does Zonal Histogram use default raster symbology instead of reclassified symbology?

Question asked by Rlnasral on Apr 9, 2018
Latest reply on Apr 9, 2018 by Dan_Patterson

Hello All, 
I am currently having an issue with the Zonal Histogram tool. I have an original NDVI raster that has values from 1-255. 
I reclassify the symbology of the NDVI Raster into 5 ranges:
0-42
42-91
91-107
107-120
120-200
(this is all done through the property menu, not the reclassify tool). 


When I use this reclassified raster as my Input Value Raster in the Zonal Histogram tool, the output is not broken up into the predetermined ranges but rather defaults back to the 1-255 values. 

 

Additional Info: 

I have the file output as an ArcGIS table, not a DBF. After that I export it as a DBF for manipulation in Excel. 

 

The raster is in Tiff format, clipped from a Mr.SID file. 

 

I am using ArcMap 10.5.1. 

 

I have tried rerunning the tool several times, using a layer file made from the raster file, and exporting the clipped, reclassified raster and nothing has worked. 

 

Please let me know if any additional information is required. 

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