Skip to Content

Determine feature dimensions


Asking questions of our data often means taking measurements. You may need to measure the size of an individual feature. Find the dimensions of features such as the height of a building, the slope of a bike path, the volume of a lake, or the length of a river. Or, you might want to know the spatial fingerprint of a complete set of features.

Summarize data within a location


Identify the distribution of features at a location. For example, determine the total number of schools within a city or the number of rivers within ten miles of a pipeline. And, see how many customers live within five miles of your store.

CASE STUDY

The Washington Times

A major US newspaper uses ArcGIS to reach more readers and increase its subscription rate.

Read the article

Ask an ArcGIS expert

Connect with the Analytics team