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I am trying to create frequency Isopleths using XY data and importing X, Y and the frequency into ArcGIS. After I raster and use spatial analyst to form a contour, the contour has breaks in it because not all points have frequency greater than 0 and the ones with 0 are not included. Is there a way to avoid the breaks and have a solid contour?

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what would happen if just pad them with 1000?
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Hi, what about if you replace the zeros with an arbitary number, say 1, and then for those contours created by this number simply set the symbology
to transparent? Or have I got the wrong end of the stick?




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