Uses the measured values surrounding the prediction location to predict a value for any unsampled location, based on the assumption that things that are close to one another are more alike than those that are farther apart.
The input point features containing the z-values to be interpolated.
Field that holds a height or magnitude value for each point. This can be a numeric field or the Shape field if the input features contain z-values or m-values.
The geostatistical layer produced. This layer is required output only if no output raster is requested.
The output raster. This raster is required output only if no output geostatistical layer is requested.
The cell size at which the output raster will be created.
This value can be explicitly set under Raster Analysis from the Environment Settings. If not set, it is the shorter of the width or the height of the extent of the input point features, in the input spatial reference, divided by 250.
The exponent of distance that controls the significance of surrounding points on the interpolated value. A higher power results in less influence from distant points.
Defines which surrounding points will be used to control the output. Standard is the default.