The Raster toolset contains tools for interpolating raster surfaces, reclassifying and performing various math operations, exporting different formats from a raster, and generating surface derivatives such as slope, contour, aspect, and curvature.
The Conversion toolset contains tools that export a raster dataset's data area to a boundary feature and convert a raster surface to a TIN or a multipoint feature class.
The Raster Interpolation tools create a continuous (or prediction) surface from sampled point values.
The Raster Math tools perform mathematical operations on input rasters.
The Raster Reclass tools provide a variety of methods that allow you to reclassify or change input cell values to alternative values.
With the Raster Surface tools, you can quantify and visualize a terrain landform represented by a digital elevation model.
Learn more about tools for performing the following operations on raster data:
- Interpolation from source measurements
- Math operations using cell values
- Reclassification of cell values
- Generation of surface derivatives