ArcGis converting raster data models to contour polyline features by XTools Pro

ArcGis converting raster data models to contour polyline features by XTools Pro
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ArcGis converting raster data models to contour polyline features by XTools Pro

Xtools Pro:
Purpose:
The purpose of the “Convert Grid to Contours” tool is converting raster data models (grids) to contour polyline features (relief isolines, for example) with specified parameters.
Description:
Contour is a line that typically connects points of equal elevation value on a terrain surface (an isoline). Grid is an opposite raster representation of geographic information. These two representations of geographic data are inter-convertible. Converting raster representation (Grid) is performed by defining contour parameters.
One Grid may have one or several bands. Band is a measure of a characteristic or quality of the features observed in a raster. Some rasters have a single band, others may have more than one. At that, only one band of a Grid can be converted to contours format in a single operation.

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