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. - 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 |