Label | Explanation | Data Type |

Input Features | The point or line features from which to calculate density. | Feature Set |

Output Name | The name of the output layer to create on your portal. | String |

Count Field
(Optional) | A field specifying the number of incidents at each location. For example, if you have points that represent cities, you can use a field representing the population of the city as the count field, and the resulting population density layer will calculate larger population densities near cities with larger populations. If not specified, each location will be assumed to represent a single count. | Field |

Cell Size
(Optional) | This value is used to create a mesh of points where density values are calculated. The default is approximately 1/1000 | Double |

Cell Size Units (Optional) | The units of the cell size value. You must provide a value if cell size has been set. - Miles—Miles
- Feet—Feet
- Kilometers—Kilometers
- Meters—Meters
| String |

Radius (Optional) | A distance specifying how far to search to find point or line features when calculating density values. For example, if you provide a search distance of 1,800 meters, the density of any location in the output layer is calculated based on features that are within 1,800 meters of the location. Any location that does not have any incidents within 1,800 meters will receive a density value of zero. If no distance is provided, a default will be calculated based on the locations of the input features and the values in the count field (if a count field is provided). | Double |

Radius Units (Optional) | The units of the radius value. You must provide a value if a radius has been set. - Miles—Miles
- Feet—Feet
- Kilometers—Kilometers
- Meters—Meters
| String |

Bounding Polygons (Optional) | A layer specifying the polygons where you want densities to be calculated. For example, if you are interpolating densities of fish within a lake, you can use the boundary of the lake in this parameter and the output will only draw within the boundary of the lake. | Feature Set |

Area Units (Optional) | The units of the calculated density values. - Square miles—Square miles
- Square kilometers—Square kilometers
| String |

Classification Type (Optional) | Determines how density values will be classified into polygons. - Equal interval— Polygons are created such that the range of density values is equal for each area.
- Geometric interval— Polygons are based on class intervals that have a geometric series. This method ensures that each class range has approximately the same number of values within each class and that the change between intervals is consistent.
- Natural breaks— Class intervals for polygons are based on natural groupings of the data. Class break values are identified that best group similar values and that maximize the differences between classes.
- Equal area— Polygons are created such that the size of each area is equal. For example, if the result has more high-density values than low-density values, more polygons will be created for high densities.
- Standard deviation— Polygons are created based upon the standard deviation of the predicted density values.
| String |

Number of Classes (Optional) | This value is used to divide the range of predicted values into distinct classes. The range of values in each class is determined by the classification type. Each class defines the boundaries of the result polygons. The default is 10 and the maximum is 32. | Long |

### Derived Output

Label | Explanation | Data Type |

Output Layer | The output polygon layer with classified density values. | Feature Set |