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JuanLaguna
Esri Contributor

The Spatial Analyst extension offers new and improved capabilities in ArcGIS Pro 3.3. You can further refine your analysis with the Suitability Modeler by excluding specific locations. Use the new output PDF report option to summarize and share key details about how the optimal locations were identified. Take advantage of expanded capabilities, better performance, and improved display in Density, Distance, Solar, and Surface analysis. Read on to learn more.

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JuanLaguna
Esri Contributor

The Spatial Analyst extension introduces new and enhanced capabilities in ArcGIS Pro 3.2. This release gives you capabilities for evaluating the quality of suitability models. New tools are available for Density, Distance, and Solar analysis. Zonal analysis has a new option to improve workflows, as well as some new statistic types.

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SydneyWalker1
Esri Contributor

This blog introduces the new Least Cost Corridor tool in the Distance toolset in ArcGIS Pro 3.1. Read to learn more about its functionality.

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tlopezcantu
Esri Contributor

This blog introduces the new Geomorphon Landforms tool in Spatial Analyst in ArcGIS Pro 3.1. Read to learn more about this new capability.

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JuanLaguna
Esri Contributor

The Spatial Analyst extension in ArcGIS Pro 3.1 has new capabilities, as well as improvements in several key areas.  This includes an exciting new tool for identifying surface landforms. A new tool that makes finding corridors easier. Improvements for several tools in how they leverage parallel processing and GPUs for better performance.  The Suitability Modeler has some internal improvements. Many tools that perform per-cell raster mathematical operations have enhanced support for multidimensional input and output. Read on for more details on these changes.

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JuanLaguna
Esri Contributor

ArcGIS Pro 3.0 makes some exciting new capabilities available to you for the Spatial Analyst extension. In the Suitability Modeler it is now easier to create more complex models, and there is an option to process large raster data efficiently with Raster Analytics. If you do water flow modelling, there are some very powerful new tools for hydrology analysis. There is a new tool to calculate a spatial relative risk surface. You can now perform zonal analysis with circular statistics.  Read on for details on these changes, and more.

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JuanLaguna
Esri Contributor

For ArcGIS Pro 2.9, we made a number of improvements to the Spatial Analyst extension. Key amongst them is an exciting new capability for the Suitability Modeler. We added new functionality for calculating statistics for a moving window across multidimensional raster data. Read on for more details on these and other new and improved capabilities available with this release.

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KatieSmith
Esri Regular Contributor

Esri's no-cost Going Places with Spatial Analysis massive open online course is for anyone who wants to gain a deeper understanding of spatial data analysis tools and workflows.

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JuanLaguna
Esri Contributor

Spatial Analyst in ArcGIS Pro 2.8 offers improved Distance, Reclassification and Zonal analysis. New help content is available for Distance.

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SteveKopp
Esri Contributor

ArcGIS Pro 2.7 introduces a new tool, Surface Parameters, for analyzing the characteristics (slope, aspect, and curvature) of a surface such as an elevation surface or DEM. It is available with either a Spatial Analyst or 3D Analyst license. If you use the existing Slope, Aspect, and Curvature tools, the Surface Parameters tool is your new, better alternative with quite a few improvements. Some of these improvements are useful across most surface analysis metrics so we put them all in a single tool for a consistent experience, which also make it easier for us to add new analysis metrics in the future. This blog introduces the tool and some of its notable improvements.

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