These legacy tools analyze distance and proximity.
The Legacy Use Proximity tools allow you to access the distance and proximity analysis tools available in previous releases of ArcGIS. These tools perform analysis that accounts for either straight-line (Euclidean) or weighted distance. Distance can be weighted by a simple cost (friction) surface, or in ways that account for vertical and horizontal restrictions to movement. To take advantage of available updated functionality, use the tools at the main level of the Use Proximity toolset.
The raster analysis portal tools are available when you are signed in to an ArcGIS Enterprise portal that has ArcGIS Image Server configured for Raster Analysis. When a tool is run, ArcGIS Pro serves as a client and the processing occurs in the servers federated with ArcGIS Enterprise. The portal tools accept layers from your portal as input and creates output in your portal.
The tools will not work if your active portal is ArcGIS Online.
These tools can be accessed from either the Analysis ribbon or the Geoprocessing pane's Portal tab.
Calculates the Euclidean distance from a single source or set of sources.
Calculates the least accumulative cost distance from or to the least-cost source, while accounting for surface distance along with horizontal and vertical cost factors.
Calculates the least-cost path from a source to a destination as a line feature.
Calculates the optimum cost network from a set of input regions.
Calculates the least-cost polyline path between sources and destinations.
Calculates specific paths between known sources and known destinations.