Input Features or Table
The point or polygon feature class or stand-alone table containing the null values to be filled.
If the Related Table parameter value is provided, the null values to be filled will be contained in the related table. The input features will be matched to the rows in the related table to specify the space-time neighborhood.
|Feature Layer; Table View|
Output Features or Table
The output features or stand-alone table that will include the filled (estimated) values.
If the Related Table parameter value is provided, the output of this parameter will contain the number of estimated values at each location, and the Output Table parameter value will contain the filled (estimated) values.
|Feature Class; Table|
Fields to Fill
The numeric fields containing missing data (null values).
Specifies the type of calculation that will be applied. The Temporal Trend option is only available if the Location ID and Time Field parameter values are provided.
Conceptualization of Spatial Relationships
Specifies how spatial relationships among features will be defined.
The cutoff distance for the Conceptualization of Spatial Relationships parameter's Fixed distance option. Features outside the specified cutoff for a target feature will be ignored in calculations for that feature. This parameter is not available for the Contiguity edges only or Contiguity edges corners options.
An interval forward and backward in time that determines the features that will be used in calculations for the target feature. Features that are not within this interval of the target feature will be ignored in calculations for that feature.
The field containing the time stamp for each record in the dataset. This field must be of type Date.
For feature input, the time field will define temporal neighbors while filling missing values. A value must be provided if a related table is provided.
For feature and table input, the time field will be used when filling missing values using temporal trend at the location.
Number of Spatial Neighbors
The number of nearest neighbors that will be included in calculations.
If the Conceptualization of Spatial Relationships parameter's Fixed distance, Contiguity edges only, or Contiguity edges corners option is chosen, this number is the minimum number of neighbors to include in calculations.
An integer or text field containing a unique ID for each location.
If a related table is provided, this field is used to match each input feature to rows in the related table; the values of this field must be unique for every input feature. If a related table is not provided, this field is used to specify each unique location in the input features to determine temporal neighbors. In this case, the values of this field must be unique to every location but do not need to be unique for each feature (because more than one feature can have the same location).
The table or table view containing the temporal data for each feature of the Input Features or Table parameter.
Related Location ID
An integer or text field in the Related Table parameter that contains the Location ID parameter value on which the relate will be based.
Spatial Weights Matrix File
The path to a file containing weights that define spatial, and potentially temporal, relationships among features.
An integer field containing a different value for every record in the Input Features or Table parameter value. This field can be used to join the results back to the original dataset.
If you don't have a Unique ID field, you can create one by adding an integer field to the input feature's attribute table and calculating the field values equal to the FID or OBJECTID field.
The value that represents null (missing) values. If no value is provided, <Null> is assumed for geodatabase feature classes and tables. If a value is provided, both the value and all <Null> values will be filled. If the input or output is a shapefile or dBASE table, a numeric value of the null placeholder is required.
The output table containing the filled (estimated) values.
The output table is required if a related table is provided.
Append Fields to Input Data
Specifies whether the filled value fields will be appended to the input data or an output feature class or table will be created with the filled value fields. If you append the fields, you cannot provide a related table and the output coordinate system environment will be ignored.
|Updated Input Features or Table|
The updated input features or table containing the filled value fields.
|Feature Layer, Table View|