Input Suitability Analysis Layer
The Suitability Analysis layer that will be used in the analysis.
The input features that will be used to set up your criteria properties.
Criterion—The field, point, or variable that will be used to calculate your suitability score.
Title—The name of your criteria.
Weight—The influence a criteria value has on the overall suitability score. The number must be greater than or equal to 0.
Influence—Can be positive, inverse, or ideal. An example of a positive influence is as follows: You want a site to score higher if it has a greater number of households holding graduate or professional degrees. An example of an inverse influence is as follows: A lower median home value is more desirable as it is indicative of greater home affordability. An example of an ideal influence would be a search for areas within a range of values.
Ideal Value—The closer the criteria value is to the ideal value, the higher the suitability score.
Minimum Value—A numeric value that sets a hard limit for the criteria lower bound.
Maximum Value—A numeric value that sets a hard limit for the criteria upper bound.
Enabled—Check to include the criteria in the final suitability score.
|Output Suitability Analysis Layer|
The name of the Suitability Analysis layer that will be added to the map.