Available with Business Analyst license.

## Summary

Adds a new field at the specified level.

## Usage

Fields that are added will be based on a numeric field from the level below the territory level and will be calculated based on the type of statistic specified by the user.

The variable is added to any level above the base or alignment level [0].

All numeric fields are supported.

## Syntax

AddLevelVariables(in_territory_solution, level, base_level, variables)

Parameter | Explanation | Data Type |

in_territory_solution | The input territory solution. | Group Layer; Feature Dataset; String |

level | The level to which the calculated field will be added. | String |

base_level | The level below the territory level from which the attribute value will be added. | String |

variables [[statistic, statistic_field, field_name, field_alias_name],...] | The variables that will be added to the level. - statistic_field—Field for statistical calculation.
- statistic—Type of statistical calculation.
- count—Employs count in the derivation of the statistical calculation.
- sum—Employs summation in the derivation of the statistical calculation.
- maximum—Employs the maximum value in the derivation of the statistical calculation.
- minimum—Employs the minimum value in the derivation of the statistical calculation.
- average—Employs average in the derivation of the statistical calculation.
- median—Employs the use of median techniques in the derivation of the statistical calculation.
- standard_deviation—Employs standard deviation in the derivation of the statistical calculation.
- percent_of_total—Employs percentage techniques in the derivation of the statistical calculation.
- field_name—Valid name of the field on the level where calculated data will be stored.
- field_alias_name—Readable and understandable name of the calculated field.
| Value Table |

#### Derived Output

Name | Explanation | Data Type |

out_territory_solution | The updated territory solution. | Group Layer |

## Code sample

The following Python window script demonstrates how to use the AddLevelVariables tool.

```
import arcpy
arcpy.td.AddLevelVariables("TD", "Territory[1]", "BaseLevel[0]", "populationtotals_totpop_cy SUM TotalPopulation 'Total Pop'")
```

## Environments

## Licensing information

- Basic: Requires Business Analyst
- Standard: Requires Business Analyst
- Advanced: Requires Business Analyst