Available with Business Analyst license.
The Trade Areas toolset contains tools to build trade areas. Trade areas are used to analyze market areas and can be constructed to satisfy a variety of methods, including customer and competitor locations, administrative boundaries, street networks and distance, and demographic factors.
Assigns customers to the closest store based on a selected distance type.
Creates trade areas that approximate the size, shape, and area of existing polygons using available routes from the selected distance type.
Creates trade areas around stores based on the number of customers or volume attribute of each customer.
Creates a feature class of trade areas around point features based on travel time and distance.
Generates trade areas from the features of an input standard geography level that has a specified spatial relationship with the input.
Creates trade areas based on predefined named statistical areas. This tool does not consume credits.
Creates a feature class of network distance trade areas that expand around point features until criteria is reached.
Creates a feature class of ring trade areas that expand around point features until the threshold value is reached.
Creates rings around point locations.
Calculates the amount of overlap between two or more polygons. Overlap refers to the extent of the polygons beyond intersection.
Removes overlap between two or more areas to form adjacent boundaries.
Removes overlap between polygons contained in multiple input layers.