Label | Explanation | Data Type |

Input Table
| The input table or feature class containing the fields to be transformed. The newly transformed fields are added to the input table. | Table View; Raster Layer; Mosaic Layer |

Field to Transform
| The fields containing the values to be transformed. For each field, an output field name can be specified. If an output field name is not provided, the tool creates an output field name using the field name and transformation method. | Value Table |

Transformation Method
(Optional) | Specifies the method that is used to transform the values contained in the specified fields. - Multiplicative Inverse —The multiplicative inverse (1/x) method is applied to the original value (x) in the selected fields.
- Square root —The square root method is applied to the original value in the selected fields.
- Log —The natural logarithmic function, log(x), is applied to the original value (x) in the selected fields.
- Box-Cox —The Box-Cox power function is applied to normally distribute the original values in the selected fields. This is the default.
- Inverse Box-Cox —The inverse of the Box-Cox transformation is applied to the original values in the selected fields.
- Square (inverse square root) —The square method is applied to the original values in the selected fields. This transformation is the inverse of square root.
- Exponential (inverse log) —The exponential function, exp(x), is applied to the original value (x) in the selected fields. This transformation is the inverse of log.
| String |

Power
(Optional) | The
power parameter ( λ | Double |

Shift
(Optional) | The value by which all the data is shifted (adding a constant value). No shift is applied if 0 is specified. For log, Box-Cox and square root transformations, a default shift value is added prior to the transformation if there are negative or zero values. For exponential (inverse log), inverse Box-Cox, and square (inverse square root) transformations, no shift is applied by default. If a shift value is provided, the value is subtracted after the transformation is applied. This allows you to use the same shift value for transformations and their associated inverses. | Double |

### Derived Output

Label | Explanation | Data Type |

Updated Input Table | The updated table containing the transformed fields. | Table View |