The point, multipoint, polyline, or polygon features that define the locations for determining one or more surface properties.
The LAS dataset, mosaic, raster, terrain, or TIN surface used for interpolating z-values.
|LAS Dataset Layer; Mosaic Layer; Raster Layer; Terrain Layer; TIN Layer|
The surface elevation property that will be added to the attribute table of the input feature class. The following list summarizes the available property keywords and their supported geometry types:
Interpolation method used in determining information about the surface. The available options depend on the data type of the input surface:
The spacing at which z-values will be interpolated. By default, the raster cell size is used when the input surface is a raster, and the natural densification of the triangulated surface is used when the input is a terrain or TIN dataset.
The factor by which z-values will be multiplied. This is typically used to convert z linear units to match x,y linear units. The default is 1, which leaves elevation values unchanged. This parameter is not available if the spatial reference of the input surface has a z datum with a specified linear unit.
Pyramid Level Resolution
The z-tolerance or window-size resolution of the terrain pyramid level that will be used. The default is 0, or full resolution.
Excludes portions of the surface that are potentially characterized by anomalous measurements from contributing to slope calculations. Line features offer a length filter, whereas polygons provide an area filter. The value corresponding with either filtering option is evaluated in the linear units of the feature's coordinate system. Non-slope properties are not affected by this parameter.
|Updated Input Features|
The updated input features.