Label | Explanation | Data Type |

Input Features
| The feature layer with a field that will be updated with geometry calculations. | Feature Layer |

Geometry Attributes
| Specifies the fields in which the selected geometry properties will be calculated. You can select an existing field or provide a new field name. If a new field name is specified, the field type is determined by the type of values that are written to the field. - Count attributes are written to long integer fields.
- Area, length, and x-, y-, z-, and m-coordinate attributes are written to double fields.
- Coordinate notations such as Degrees Minutes Seconds or MGRS are written to text fields.
- AREA—The area of each polygon feature.
- AREA_GEODESIC—The shape-preserving geodesic area of each polygon feature.
- CENTROID_X—The centroid x-coordinate of each feature.
- CENTROID_Y—The centroid y-coordinate of each feature.
- CENTROID_Z—The centroid z-coordinate of each feature.
- CENTROID_M—The centroid m-coordinate of each feature.
- INSIDE_X—The x-coordinate of a central point inside or on each feature. This point is the same as the centroid if the centroid is inside the feature; otherwise, it is an inner label point.
- INSIDE_Y—The y-coordinate of a central point inside or on each feature. This point is the same as the centroid if the centroid is inside the feature; otherwise, it is an inner label point.
- INSIDE_Z—The z-coordinate of a central point inside or on each feature. This point is the same as the centroid if the centroid is inside the feature; otherwise, it is an inner label point.
- INSIDE_M—The m-coordinate of a central point inside or on each feature. This point is the same as the centroid if the centroid is inside the feature; otherwise, it is an inner label point.
- CURVE_COUNT—The number of curves in each feature. Curves include elliptical arcs, circular arcs, and Bezier curves.
- HOLE_COUNT—The number of interior holes within each polygon feature.
- EXTENT_MIN_X—The minimum x-coordinate of each feature's extent.
- EXTENT_MIN_Y—The minimum y-coordinate of each feature's extent.
- EXTENT_MIN_Z—The minimum z-coordinate of each feature's extent.
- EXTENT_MAX_X—The maximum x-coordinate of each feature's extent.
- EXTENT_MAX_Y—The maximum y-coordinate of each feature's extent.
- EXTENT_MAX_Z—The maximum z-coordinate of each feature's extent.
- LENGTH—The length of each line feature.
- LENGTH_GEODESIC—The shape-preserving geodesic length of each line feature.
- LENGTH_3D—The 3D length of each line feature.
- LINE_BEARING—The start-to-end bearing of each line feature. Values range from 0 to 360, with 0 meaning north, 90 east, 180 south, 270 west, and so on.
- LINE_START_X—The x-coordinate of the start point of each line feature.
- LINE_START_Y—The y-coordinate of the start point of each line feature.
- LINE_START_Z—The z-coordinate of the start point of each line feature.
- LINE_START_M—The m-coordinate of the start point of each line feature.
- LINE_END_X—The x-coordinate of the end point of each line feature.
- LINE_END_Y—The y-coordinate of the end point of each line feature.
- LINE_END_Z—The z-coordinate of the end point of each line feature.
- LINE_END_M—The m-coordinate of the end point of each line feature.
- PART_COUNT—The number of parts composing each feature.
- PERIMETER_LENGTH—The length of the perimeter or border of each polygon feature.
- PERIMETER_LENGTH_GEODESIC—The shape-preserving geodesic length of the perimeter or border of each polygon feature.
- POINT_COUNT—The number of points or vertices composing each feature.
- POINT_X—The x-coordinate of each point feature.
- POINT_Y—The y-coordinate of each point feature.
- POINT_Z—The z-coordinate of each point feature.
- POINT_M—The m-coordinate of each point feature.
- POINT_COORD_NOTATION—The x- and y-coordinate of each point feature formatted as a specified coordinate notation.
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Length Unit
(Optional) | Specifies the unit that will be used to calculate length. - Feet (United States)—The length unit will be feet (United States).
- Meters—The length unit will be meters.
- Kilometers—The length unit will be kilometers.
- Miles (United States)—The length unit will be miles (United States).
- Nautical miles (United States)—The length unit will be nautical miles (United States).
- Yards (United States)—The length unit will be yards (United States).
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Area Unit
(Optional) | Specifies the unit that will be used to calculate area. - Acres—The area unit will be acres.
- Hectares—The area unit will be hectares.
- Square miles (United States)—The area unit will be square miles (United States).
- Square kilometers—The area unit will be square kilometers.
- Square meters—The area unit will be square meters.
- Square feet (United States)—The area unit will be square feet (United States).
- Square yards (United States)—The area unit will be square yards (United States).
- Square nautical miles (United States)—The area unit will be square nautical miles (United States).
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Coordinate System (Optional) | The coordinate system in which the coordinates, length, and area will be calculated. The coordinate system of the input features is used by default. For coordinate-based geometry properties, the coordinate system will only be applied when the coordinate format is the same as input; otherwise, the geographic coordinate system WGS84 will be used. | Coordinate System |

Coordinate Format (Optional) | Specifies the coordinate format in which the x- and y-coordinates will be calculated. The coordinate format matching the input features' spatial reference units is used by default. Several coordinate formats, including Degrees Minutes Seconds, Degrees Decimal Minutes, and others, require the calculation to be performed in a text field. - Same as input—The input features' spatial reference units will be used for coordinate formatting. This is the default.
- Decimal Degrees—Decimal Degrees.
- Degrees Minutes Seconds (DDD° MM' SSS.ss" <N|S|E|W>)—Degrees Minutes Seconds with cardinal direction component at the end (DDD° MM' SSS.ss" <N|S|E|W>).
- Degrees Minutes Seconds (<N|S|E|W> DDD° MM' SSS.ss")—Degrees Minutes Seconds with cardinal direction component at the beginning (<N|S|E|W> DDD° MM' SSS.ss").
- Degrees Minutes Seconds (<+|-> DDD° MM' SSS.ss")—Degrees Minutes Seconds with positive or negative direction component at the beginning (<+|-> DDD° MM' SSS.ss").
- Degrees Minutes Seconds (<+|-> DDD.MMSSSss)—Degrees Minutes Seconds packed into a single value with positive or negative direction component at the beginning (<+|-> DDD.MMSSSss).
- Degrees Decimal Minutes (DDD° MM.mmm' <N|S|E|W>)—Degrees Decimal Minutes with cardinal direction component at the end (DDD° MM.mmm' <N|S|E|W>).
- Degrees Decimal Minutes (<N|S|E|W> DDD° MM.mmm')—Degrees Decimal Minutes with cardinal direction component at the beginning (<N|S|E|W> DDD° MM.mmm').
- Degrees Decimal Minutes (<+|-> DDD° MM.mmm')—Degrees Decimal Minutes with positive or negative direction component at the beginning (<+|-> DDD° MM.mmm').
- GARS (Global Area Reference System)—The Global Area Reference System is based on latitude and longitude, dividing and subdividing the world into cells.
- GEOREF (World Geographic Reference System)—The World Geographic Reference System is based on the geographic system of latitude and longitude, but using a simpler and more flexible notation.
- MGRS (Military Grid Reference System)—Military Grid Reference System.
- USNG (United States National Grid)—United States National Grid.
- UTM (Universal Transverse Mercator)—Universal Transverse Mercator.
- UTM with no spaces—Universal Transverse Mercator with no spaces.
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### Derived Output

Label | Explanation | Data Type |

Updated Features | The updated input features. | Feature Layer |