Input Features or Table
The features or table containing the time series data and the field to smooth.
|Feature Layer; Table View
The field containing the time of each record.
The field containing the values that will be smoothed.
Specifies the method that will be used to group records into different time series. Smoothing is performed independently for each time series.
Specifies the smoothing method that will be used.
The length of the time window. The value can be provided in seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, or years. For backward, forward, and centered moving averages, the value and unit must be provided. For adaptive bandwidth local linear regression, the value can be left empty and a time window will be estimated independently for each value. Values that fall on the border of the time window will be included within the window. For example, if you have daily data and you use a backward moving average with a time window of four days, five values will be included in the window when smoothing a record: the value of the record and the values of the four previous days.
Append fields to input data
Specifies whether output fields will be appended to the input dataset or saved as a new output table or feature class. If you append the fields to the input, the output coordinate system environment will be ignored.
The output features containing the smoothed values as well as fields for the time window and number of neighbors.
|Feature Class; Table
The integer or text field containing a unique ID for each time series. All records with the same value of this field are part of the same time series.
Apply shorter time window at start and end
Specifies whether the time window will be shortened at the start and end of each time series.
Enable time series pop-ups
Specifies whether the output features or table will include pop-up charts showing the original and smoothed values of the time series.
|Updated Features or Table
The updated input table or feature class with the output fields appended.
|Feature Class, Table