When using ArcGIS Optimized Hotspot Analysis, I get two outputs. A raster like the image below, and the point incident data categorized by the various confidence thresholds for hot/cold spots.

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Let's say the lower left red hotspot represents Denver, Colorado. How can I have ArcGIS automatically label these points of interest without manually reviewing each city on the map across the country?

Using the point data, would I utilize boundary areas for major cities of interest to label points based on which region they are in?

I could also use a proximity analysis if the metropolitan areas are expressed as points.

Using the raster data, how would I identify concentrated areas?

Is there a method to convert the raster to clusters and then repeat the process above?

closed as too broad by PolyGeo Dec 10 '18 at 11:05

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