Tag: mosaic dataset
When we talk about scientific data, the term is kind of a catch-all that really refers to three data formats commonly used in the scientific community: NetCDF, HDF, and GRIB. If a normal raster is a grid where each block … Continue reading
If you create a mosaic dataset in a file geodatabase on a Windows machine, and then copy it over to a Linux machine, your paths within the mosaic dataset will be incorrect. To publish the Windows mosaic dataset as an … 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?
A derived mosaic dataset is a mosaic dataset that is created from adding other mosaic datasets into it. When populating a derived mosaic dataset, it is okay to use either the Raster Dataset or Table as your raster type. The … Continue reading
There’s a lot of tiled imagery out there that gets delivered to people without any coordinates stored with the files. Often the coordinate information exists but it’s stored in a table. So how do you view it in ArcGIS. Continue reading
Esri has compiled and uploaded a Scanned Map Template to ArcGIS.com. The Scanned Maps Template is designed to teach you how to add military scanned map data in CADRG/ECRG format to mosaic datasets.
This blog is based on a true story from a forum post. Hopefully it will help others that have the same issue. Problem: I have created a mosaic dataset and added a raster in it. Then I opened the attributes … Continue reading
Like any other data type, you can delete a mosaic dataset by right-clicking on it within the Catalog window, and choosing Delete. However this simply deletes the mosaic dataset from the geodatabase. All of the associated files and tables that … Continue reading
In order to be able to use the mensuration tools your imagery, ArcGIS needs the sensor model information and/or sun angle information – depending on which type of measurement you trying to do. Typically, processed or tiled imagery such as … Continue reading
Last week’s blog dealt with how a mosaic dataset handles different projections. In response to that blog, there were several of users that then wondered how a mosaic dataset handles data with different geographic transformations. In order for a mosaic … Continue reading