Aggregate (Spatial Analyst)
Generates a reduced-resolution version of a raster. Each output cell contains the Sum, Minimum, Maximum, Mean, or Median of the input cells that are encompassed by the extent of that cell.
If the values of the input raster are integer and any statistics type option other than Mean is used, the output raster will be integer. If the values of the input raster are floating point or the statistics type is Mean, the output raster will be floating point.
The geoprocessing analysis environments Extent and Cell size are recognized by this tool. To determine the output raster's resolution when an integer cell size has been specified, multiply the cell resolution of the analysis environment by the input cell factor parameter. If the cell size for the analysis environment is set to the minimum or maximum of the inputs, the resolution of the output raster will be the product of the input raster's resolution multiplied by the specified cell factor.
The input raster to aggregate.
It can be of integer or floating point type.
The factor by which to multiply the cell size of the input raster to obtain the desired resolution for the output raster.
For example, a cell factor value of three would result in an output cell size three times larger than that of the input raster.
The value must be an integer greater than 1.
Establishes how the value for each output cell will be determined.
The values of the input cells encompassed by the coarser output cell are aggregated by one of the following statistics:
Defines how to handle the boundaries of the input raster when its rows or columns are not a multiple of the cell factor.
If the number of rows and columns in the input raster is a multiple of the cell_factor, these keywords are not used.
Denotes whether NoData values are ignored by the aggregation calculation.
The output aggregated raster.
It is a reduced-resolution version of the input raster.
This example aggregates a raster by averaging the values with a cell factor of 3 and outputs a TIFF raster.
import arcpy from arcpy import env from arcpy.sa import * env.workspace = "C:/sapyexamples/data" outAggreg = Aggregate("highres", 3, "MAXIMUM", "TRUNCATE", "DATA") outAggreg.save("C:/sapyexamples/output/aggregate.tif")
This example aggregates a raster by averaging the values with a cell factor of 3 and outputs a GRID raster.
# Name: Aggregate_Ex_02.py # Description: Generates a reduced resolution version of a raster. # Requirements: Spatial Analyst Extension # Author: ESRI # Import system modules import arcpy from arcpy import env from arcpy.sa import * # Set environment settings env.workspace = "C:/sapyexamples/data" # Set local variables inRaster = "highres" cellFactor = 3 # Check out the ArcGIS Spatial Analyst extension license arcpy.CheckOutExtension("Spatial") # Execute Aggregate outAggreg = Aggregate(inRaster, cellFactor, "MEAN", "TRUNCATE", "NODATA") # Save the output outAggreg.save("C:/sapyexamples/output/aggregate02")