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Messages - coreyjlange

Using SLAMM / Re: Range Check Error
February 13, 2014, 05:27:29 PM
Ok, I've eliminated any values that could have been causing the problem, but the error message still persists... Any other suggestions?

Using SLAMM / Re: Range Check Error
February 13, 2014, 01:04:54 PM
I've tried that. I've done all 3 options for the cell tracking, and it's still giving me the "Range Check Error".
Using SLAMM / Range Check Error
February 13, 2014, 09:49:16 AM
I'm having a "Range Check Error" showing up when I try to execute my model. I've looked at other previous threads on this topic, and they don't seem to help my problem. I've triple checked to make sure the the extent of all of my files are exactly the same and align perfectly. I'm running SLAMM 6.0. Could you give me any advise for why this error is coming up?
Using SLAMM / Re: Error Reading Slope File
February 13, 2014, 09:41:15 AM
I figured out my problem. It seems to be that there was a pixel with "no data" in my slope file. So to fix the problem, I went to export data on the raster.  By clicking the Use Renderer button under Output Raster, it will change the "no data" pixels to a value of the nearest pixel. At least that was my interpretation of the function. It seemed to have fixed my problem at least.
Using SLAMM / Error Reading Slope File
February 11, 2014, 04:23:00 PM
I was initiating a new model run, and SLAMM was counting cells to track and it came up with an error message. The message is:

Error Reading Slope File. Row: 11447; Col: 25653. "9-9999" is not a valid number.

So it tells me where the error is, but how do I fix this in the raster?
Using SLAMM / SLOPE File
January 27, 2014, 03:31:21 PM
This is a very basic question, but I'm confused on what the difference is between the DEM and SLOPE files. And what data constitutes a SLOPE file.