The points that will be used to calculate the density.
The name of the output feature service.
Specifies the bin shape that will be used in the analysis.
The size of the bins used to aggregate input features. When generating bins for squares, the number and units specified determine the height and length of the square. For hexagons, the number and units specified determine the distance between parallel sides.
Specifies the weighting to be applied to the density function.
The search radius to be applied to density calculations.
One or more fields denoting population values for each feature. The population field is the count or quantity to be spread across the landscape to create a continuous surface.
Values in the population field must be numeric. By default, the density of the count of input points will always be calculated.
Area Unit Scale Factor
Specifies the area units of the output density values. The default unit is based on the units of the output spatial reference.
Time Step Interval
A value that specifies the duration of the time step. This parameter is only available if the input points are time enabled and represent an instant in time.
Time stepping can only be applied if time is enabled on the input.
Time Step Repeat
A value that specifies how often the time-step interval occurs. This parameter is only available if the input points are time enabled and represent an instant in time.
Time Step Reference
A date that specifies the reference time with which to align the time steps. The default is January 1, 1970, at 12:00 a.m. This parameter is only available if the input points are time enabled and represent an instant in time.
Specifies the ArcGIS Data Store where the output will be saved. The default is Spatiotemporal big data store. All results stored in a spatiotemporal big data store will be stored in WGS84. Results stored in a relational data store will maintain their coordinate system.
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The magnitude-per-unit area from point features that fall within a neighborhood around each cell.