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MinMaxStretchParameters QML Type

A minimum/maximum stretch parameters object. More...

Import Statement: import Esri.ArcGISRuntime 100.6
Since: Esri.ArcGISRuntime 100.0
Inherits:

StretchParameters

Properties

Signals

Detailed Description

Property Documentation

maxValues : list<double>

The maximum pixel value for each band in the raster, which serves as an endpoint for the histogram used for the stretch.

The 0th element is for the 0th band, and so on.

All pixel values in the dataset greater than this value will be pushed to the maximum end of the histogram. For example: Consider an 8-bit raster containing pixel values in the range from 33 to 206, and you've defined a max of 50 and min of 180. The histogram will be redistributed to spread the values from 0 to 255, all values 33 to 50 becoming 0 and 180 to 206 becoming 255, with all other values spread in between. The array must contain a maximum value for each band in the raster.


minValues : list<double>

The minimum pixel value for each band in the raster, which serves as an endpoint for the histogram used for the stretch.

The 0th element is for the 0th band, and so on.

All pixel values in the dataset greater than this value will be pushed to the maximum end of the histogram. For example: Consider an 8-bit raster containing pixel values in the range from 33 to 206, and you've defined a max of 50 and min of 180. The histogram will be redistributed to spread the values from 0 to 255, all values 33 to 50 becoming 0 and 180 to 206 becoming 255, with all other values spread in between. The array must contain a minimum value for each band in the raster.


Signal Documentation

maxValuesChanged()

Emitted when the maxValues property changes.


minValuesChanged()

Emitted when the minValues property changes.



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