Category Archives: Imagery
Traditionally, if you want to change the color ramp for raster layer, you would need to open up Properties window and then navigate to the Symbology tab. Then you change the color ramp, and hit OK to persist it. This … Continue reading
The Processing pane on the Image Analysis window contains various tools that can instantaneously process your data on-the-fly. However not all of the button are active all of the time. This is because each tool is dependent on the layers … Continue reading
Yesterday we added DigitalGlobe high-resolution imagery for a number of areas around the world to the World Imagery map. In addition, the World Imagery map was updated with community content from 1:36k to 1:1k for Olesnica, Poland, and several areas … Continue reading
Is there something wrong with your mosaic dataset? Or are you wondering if it can be optimized? Have you tried analyzing your mosaic dataset?
Do you have several raster layers that you want to display with the exact same classified symbology? You may want to do this, so that your raster tiles look seamless. However the effort to change the class breaks and color … Continue reading
Here is a link to an Applications Prototype Lab (APL) blog post in case you missed it. This blog shows you chained raster functions doing server-side analysis in a web application.
A new update for ArcGIS for AutoCAD 300 is now available. ArcGIS for AutoCAD 300 SP1 adds support for AutoCAD 2013 and includes enhancements and bug fixes.
Here are a couple questions that some of our Imagery Team members were curious about. Please feel free to use the “Comments” section to post your answers. Thank you!
The Interactive Histogram Stretch tool can be found on the Image Analysis window. It allows you to set the minimum and maximum histogram values for each band. By adjusting the tails of the histograms you can adjust how the curve … Continue reading
by Steve Kopp, Geoprocessing and Spatial Analysis Team, Esri
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