The Summarize Data toolset contains tools that calculate total counts, lengths, areas, and basic descriptive statistics of features and their attributes within areas or near other features.
GeoAnalytics Desktop tools provide a parallel processing framework for analysis on a desktop machine using Apache Spark. Through aggregation, regression, detection, and clustering, you can visualize, understand, and interact with big data. These tools work with big datasets and allow you to gain insight into your data through patterns, trends, and anomalies. The tools are integrated and run in ArcGIS Pro in the same way as other desktop geoprocessing tools.
Aggregates points into polygon features or bins. A polygon is returned with a count of points as well as optional statistics at all locations where points exist.
Summarizes features into calculated field statistics, sample features, and extent boundaries.
Joins attributes from one layer to another based on spatial, temporal, or attribute relationships, or a combination of those relationships.
Creates line or polygon tracks from time-enabled input data.
Calculates summary statistics for fields in a feature class.
Finds central features and directional distributions and calculates mean and median locations from the input.
Overlays a polygon layer with another layer to summarize the number of points, length of the lines, or area of the polygons within each polygon and calculates attribute field statistics about those features within the polygons.