A point feature layer or feature class representing the spot heights for a given area of interest.
Area of Interest
The selected feature in the area of interest (AOI) that is used to identify input features to process. There should be one and only one selected AOI.
The elevation field in Input Features to use for the spot height.
The field where the visibility attribute will be written.
High Low Spots Field
The field that will be used to identify the highest and lowest spots.
The minimum distance between spot heights. For example, if the search distance is 3,000 meters, there will be at least 3,000 meters between a chosen spot height and the next chosen spot height. The default value will be 1,300 meters, as this is the optimal value for 50K sheets.
Maximum Number Of Spots
The number of spot heights will not exceed this number.
Input contours used to identify if point features are in depressions or tops.
Contour Code Field
The field in the database that contains the domain value for index contour, intermediate contour, depression contour, and depression intermediate contour. It is a string value of the field, such as HQC.
Depression Code Value
Used to identify depression code values. A depression refers to an elevation completely surrounded by higher-elevation contour lines.
Features that have been thinned based on input criteria.