Label | Explanation | Data Type |

Input geostatistical layer | The geostatistical layer to be analyzed. | Geostatistical Layer |

Output raster | The primary output raster to be created. Additional rasters can be created with the Additional output rasters parameter. | Raster Dataset |

Output Surface Type (Optional) | The surface type of the output raster. For more information, see What output surface types can the interpolation models generate? - Prediction—A raster of predicted values.
- Prediction standard error—A raster of standard errors of prediction.
- Probability—A raster predicting the probability that a threshold is exceeded.
- Quantile—A raster predicting the quantile of the predicted value.
- Standard error of indicators—A raster of standard errors of indicators.
- Condition number—A raster showing the condition number for predictions in Local Polynomial Interpolation. The condition number surface indicates the stability of calculations at a particular location. The larger the condition number, the more unstable the prediction, so locations with large condition numbers may be prone to artifacts and erratic predicted values.
| String |

Quantile or probability value (Optional) | If the Output surface type is set to Quantile, use this parameter to enter the requested quantile. If the Output surface type is set to Probability, use this parameter to enter the requested threshold value, then the probability that the threshold is exceeded will be calculated. ## Note:If the Input geostatistical layer is a probability or standard errors of indicators map that was created with the Not exceed option, then the probability that this threshold is not exceeded will be calculated. This will apply to all probability raster outputs from this tool. | Double |

Output cell size (Optional) | The cell size of the output rasters. This value will be shared by the Output raster and the Additional output rasters parameters. | Analysis Cell Size |

Number of points in the cell (horizontal) (Optional) | The number of predictions for each cell in the horizontal direction for block interpolation. | Long |

Number of points in the cell (vertical) (Optional) | The number of predictions for each cell in the vertical direction for block interpolation. | Long |

Additional output rasters (Optional) | Provide the name, output type, and quantile or probability value for each additional output raster. See the descriptions of parameters above for more information. These additional rasters will be saved in the same location as the Output raster. | Value Table |

Output elevation (Optional) | For 3D interpolation models, you can export rasters at any elevation. Use this parameter to specify the elevation you want to export. If left empty, the elevation will be inherited from the input layer. The units will default to the same units of the input layer. | Linear Unit |

### Derived Output

Label | Explanation | Data Type |

Additional rasters | A container for the Additional output rasters. | Multiple Value (raster) |