Using the tools in the Space Time Cube Visualization toolset, you can visualize the variables stored in the space-time cube in 2D and 3D. These tools can be used to understand the structure of the cube and how the cube aggregation process works, as well as to visualize patterns over time at specific locations of interest.
For example, the Visualize Space Time Cube in 2D tool can be used to show the Hot and cold spot trends results from the Emerging Hot Spot Analysis tool or the locations with data in your study area to help you understand where data is missing. These tools in this toolset can be used in conjunction with the other tools in the Space Time Pattern Mining toolbox.
See Visualize the space-time cube for strategies that allow you to view cube contents.
The Space Time Cube Explorer add-in available on the Spatial Statistics Resources page can also be used to visualize space-time cube contents and analysis results in 2D and 3D by automatically setting up time and range sliders and providing a variety of display theme options.
Visualizes the variables stored in a netCDF cube and the results generated by the Space Time Pattern Mining tools. Output from this tool is a two-dimensional representation uniquely rendered based on the variable and theme specified.
Visualizes the variables stored in a netCDF cube created with the Space Time Pattern Mining tools. Output from this tool is a three-dimensional representation uniquely rendered based on the variable and theme specified.
The Spatial Statistics Resources page at https://www.esriurl.com/spatialstats contains a variety of resources to help you use the Spatial Statistics and Space Time Pattern Mining tools, including the following:
- Hands-on tutorials and Learn lessons
- Workshop videos and presentations
- Training and web seminars
- Links to books, articles, and technical papers
- Sample scripts and case studies