Label | Explanation | Data Type |

Input Raster Datasets | The input raster datasets. | Raster Dataset |

X Skip Factor (Optional) | The number of horizontal pixels between samples. A skip factor controls the portion of the raster that is used when calculating the statistics. The input value indicates the horizontal or vertical skip factor, where a value of 1 will use each pixel and a value of 2 will use every second pixel. The skip factor can only range from 1 to the number of columns/rows in the raster. The value must be greater than zero and less than or equal to the number of columns in the raster. The default is 1 or the last skip factor used. The skip factors for raster datasets stored in a file geodatabase or an enterprise geodatabase are different. First, if the x and y skip factors are different, the smaller skip factor will be used for both the x and y skip factors. Second, the skip factor is related to the pyramid level that most closely fits the skip factor chosen. If the skip factor value is not equal to the number of pixels in a pyramid layer, the number is rounded down to the next pyramid level, and those statistics are used. | Long |

Y Skip Factor (Optional) | The number of vertical pixels between samples. A skip factor controls the portion of the raster that is used when calculating the statistics. The input value indicates the horizontal or vertical skip factor, where a value of 1 will use each pixel and a value of 2 will use every second pixel. The skip factor can only range from 1 to the number of columns/rows in the raster. The value must be greater than zero and less than or equal to the number of rows in the raster. The default is 1 or the last y skip factor used. The skip factors for raster datasets stored in a file geodatabase or an enterprise geodatabase are different. First, if the x and y skip factors are different, the smaller skip factor will be used for both the x and y skip factors. Second, the skip factor is related to the pyramid level that most closely fits the skip factor chosen. If the skip factor value is not equal to the number of pixels in a pyramid layer, the number is rounded down to the next pyramid level, and those statistics are used. | Long |

Ignore values (Optional) | The pixel values that are not to be included in the statistics calculation. The default is no value. | Double |

Skip Existing
(Optional) | Specify whether to calculate statistics only where they are missing or regenerate them even if they exist. - Unchecked—Statistics will be calculated even if they already exist; therefore, existing statistics will be overwritten. This is the default.
- Checked—Statistics will only be calculated if they do not already exist.
| Boolean |

### Derived Output

Label | Explanation | Data Type |

Batch Calculate Statistics Succeeded | Returns whether the tool was successful. | Boolean |