Available with Spatial Analyst license.
Replaces selected cells of a raster with the value of their nearest neighbor. This is useful for editing areas of a raster in which the data may be erroneous.
First, the algorithm determines all areas from the mask raster with the value NoData. The corresponding areas on the input raster will be nibbled. Second, an internal Euclidean allocation is performed to allocate values to the masked cells based on Euclidean distance.
The value of the cells from the input raster that correspond to the cells of NoData from the mask raster are nibbled and replaced by the value of the nearest neighbor according to Euclidean distance.
In the following example, the Nibble function was applied to the input and mask rasters. Nibble will only be applied to the NoData values in the mask raster. All non-NoData pixels on the mask raster receive the value from the input raster. These cell values and their locations will be used to assign values to the NoData locations identified on the mask raster. The NoData locations will receive the value of the cell in the input raster that is identified as the closest non-NoData cell on the mask raster.
This is a Global raster function.
Cells in the input raster containing NoData are not nibbled. To nibble NoData, first convert it to another value.
The input raster that will be nibbled.
The input raster can be an integer or a floating-point type.
The raster used as the mask.
Cells with NoData as their value will be nibbled in the input Raster.
The mask raster can be an integer or a floating-point type.
Use NoData values if they are the nearest neighbor
Defines if NoData values in the input raster are allowed to nibble into the area defined by the mask raster.
Nibble NoData cells
Defines if NoData cells in the input raster will remain NoData in the output raster.
The input zone raster.
A zone is all the cells in a raster that have the same value, whether or not they are contiguous. The input zone layer defines the shape, values, and locations of the zones. The zone raster can be either integer or floating point type.