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ArcGIS Online Tools: Analysis Tools

Find information on getting an ArcGIS OInline account, ways to learn, adding content, analysis tools, Web maps and Web apps

Frame Your Questions!

  • Where can a location with a certain characteristic be found?
  • Can a location be described by a size or shape?
  • What is the size, shape or distribution of things or events?
  • Do places of interest share a relationship or interaction?
  • Does a pattern between things or measurements exist?
  • Can predictions be made from existing or theoretical patterns or proximities?

Select Data Layers of Interest

Select data layers of interest

You may perform analysis on the following types of data layers in ArcGIS Online:

  • Publicly available feature service
  • Publicly available map service
  • Hosted feature layers
  • Hosted WFS layers
  • Hosted tile layers
  • Comma-sepparated values (.CSV)
  • KML layers
  • AGOL Map notes
  • Route layers
  • WFS layers
  • Tables

Perform Analysis

Summarize data tools

  • Aggregate Points
  • Join Features
  • Summarize Nearby
  • Summarize Within
  • Summarize Center and Dispersion

Find location tools

  • Find existing locations
  • Derive new existing locations
  • Find similar locations
  • Choose best facilities
  • Create viewshed
  • Create watersheds
  • Trace downstream
  • Find centroids

Data enrichment

  • Enrich layer

Analyze patterns

  • Calculate density
  • Find hot spots
  • Find outliers
  • Find point clusters
  • Interpolate points

Use proximity

  • Create buffers
  • Create drive-time areas
  • Find nearest
  • Plan routes
  • Connect origins to destinations

Manage data

  • Extract data
  • Dissolve boundaries
  • Generate tessellations
  • Merge layers
  • Overlay layers