Manipulate analysis parameters and receive real-time visual feedback
Graphic elements can be simple geometric shapes—rectangles, circles, lines, or points—or they can be complex polygons, linear or curved text, or images. When a graphics layer is added to a map in ArcGIS Pro, you can create graphic elements in maps and draw them in layout map frames and scenes.
Using exploratory data analysis tools—like Line of Sight, View Dome, and Viewshed—in 3D, you can investigate your data by interactively creating graphics and editing analysis parameters in real time.
With the interactive tools, you can create analytical objects by clicking in the scene or using input source layers. You can manipulate analysis parameters and receive real-time visual feedback in the scene.
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