- Where's the center?
- What's the shape and orientation of the data?
- How dispersed are the features?
NOTE: Tool availability is determined by ArcGIS license. Licensing requirements for each tool are listed below.
|Central Feature||Identifies the most centrally located feature in a point, line, or polygon feature class. Available with any ArcGIS license.|
|Directional Distribution||Measures how concentrated features are around the geographic mean and whether or not they exhibit a directional trend (whether features are farther from a specified point in one direction than in another direction). Available with any ArcGIS license.|
|Linear Directional Mean||Identifies the general (mean) direction and mean length for a set of vectors. Available with any ArcGIS license.|
|Mean Center||Identifies the geographic center, or the center of concentration, for a set of features. Available with any ArcGIS license.|
|Standard Distance||Measures the degree to which features are concentrated or dispersed around the geographic mean center. Available with any ArcGIS license.|