ArcGIS for Desktop Extensions

ArcGIS Spatial Analyst

Key Features

Through its simple yet powerful interface, ArcGIS Spatial Analyst is fully integrated with ArcGIS for Desktop and provides more than 150 tools and functions for comprehensive, raster-based spatial analysis.

Suitability Modeling

Use ArcGIS Spatial Analyst to select the best location for a new site.

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Surface Analysis

Build and analyze complex surfaces to identify patterns or features.

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Distance Analysis

Calculate the cost of travel, cost-weighted distance, least-cost path, and shortest path using ArcGIS Spatial Analyst.

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Density Analysis

Calculate a density value for each cell in an output raster.

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Solar Analysis

Calculate incoming solar radiation to model and analyze its effects.

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Hydrologic Analysis

Derive new information from hydrologic and landscape data.

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Statistical Analysis

Apply cell, neighborhood, zonal overlay, and multivariate statistical analysis techniques to the modeling of your spatial data.

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Map Algebra

Use map algebra to combine multiple maps, perform suitability analyses, assign weights, and identify relationships.

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Scripting and Customization

Create custom models and analysis functions with ArcGIS Spatial Analyst customization options.

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Graphic Modeling

Use ModelBuilder, a graphic modeling tool, to create advanced procedures and workflows.

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Raster Generalization

Generalize your data to omit unnecessary detail.

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Suitability Modeling

Suitability Modeling

Hydrologic Analysis

Hydrologic Analysis

Map Algebra

Map Algebra

Graphic Modeling

Graphic Modeling

Raster Generalization

Raster Generalization


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