Label | Explanation | Data Type |

Input Features | The point tracks from which to find dwells. The input must be a time-enabled layer with features that represent instants in time. | Feature Set |

Output Dataset
| The name of the output feature service. | String |

Track Fields
| One or more fields that will be used to identify unique tracks. | Field |

Distance Method
| Specifies how the distances between dwell features will be calculated. - Geodesic— If the spatial reference can be panned, tracks will cross the international date line when appropriate. If the spatial reference cannot be panned, tracks will be limited to the coordinate system extent and may not wrap.
- Planar—Planar distances will be used.
| String |

Distance Tolerance | The maximum distance between points to be considered a single dwell location. | Linear Unit |

Time Tolerance | The minimum time duration to be considered a single dwell location. Both time and distance are considered when finding dwells. The Distance Tolerance parameter specifies distance. | Time Unit |

Output Type
| Specifies how the dwell features will be output. - Dwell features— All of the input point features that are part of a dwell will be returned.
- Mean centers— Points representing the mean centers of each dwell group will be returned. This is the default.
- Convex hulls— Polygons representing the convex hull of each dwell group will be returned.
- All features— All of the input point features will be returned.
| String |

Summary Statistics
(Optional) | The statistics that will be calculated on specified fields. - Count—The number of nonnull values. It can be used on numeric fields or strings. The count of [null, 0, 2] is 2.
- Sum—The sum of numeric values in a field. The sum of [null, null, 3] is 3.
- Mean—The mean of numeric values. The mean of [0, 2, null] is 1.
- Min—The minimum value of a numeric field. The minimum of [0, 2, null] is 0.
- Max—The maximum value of a numeric field. The maximum value of [0, 2, null] is 2.
- Standard Deviation—The standard deviation of a numeric field. The standard deviation of [1] is null. The standard deviation of [null, 1,1,1] is null.
- Variance—The variance of a numeric field in a track. The variance of [1] is null. The variance of [null, 1, 1, 1] is null.
- Range—The range of a numeric field. This is calculated as the minimum value subtracted from the maximum value. The range of [0, null, 1] is 1. The range of [null, 4] is 0.
- Any—A sample string from a field of type string.
- First—The first value of a specified field in a track. This option is available with ArcGIS Enterprise 10.8.1.
- Last—The last value of a specified field in a track. This option is available with ArcGIS Enterprise 10.8.1.
| Value Table |

Data Store
(Optional) | 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. - Spatiotemporal big data store—Output will be stored in a spatiotemporal big data store. This is the default.
- Relational data store—Output will be stored in a relational data store.
| String |

Time Boundary Split
(Optional) |
A time span to split the input data into for analysis. A time boundary allows you to analyze values within a defined time span. For example, if you use a time boundary of 1 day, and set the time boundary reference to January 1, 1980, tracks will be split at the beginning of every day. | Time Unit |

Time Boundary Reference
(Optional) |
The reference time used to split the input data into for analysis. Time boundaries will be created for the entire span of the data, and the reference time does not need to occur at the start. If no reference time is specified, January 1, 1970, is used. | Date |

### Derived Output

Label | Explanation | Data Type |

Output Feature Class | The output point or polygon dwell locations. | Record Set |