I have previously asked this question but perhaps was using the wrong terminology. I would like to run some type of cell declustering on a spatial dataset. Is there a tool for doing this in Arc? Alternately, if I overlay a grid over my points, how would I randomly sample 1 point per grid cell - this would be one way of generating a declustered set of points. I have geostatistical analyst but I don't see the option to spit out a declustered dataset.
OLD QUESTION: In ArcGIS 10.2, is there a simple tool/process for declustering a spatial dataset via Spatial Analyst package? My data are spatially clustered in some areas. I want to filter some locations out such that I end up with an equal density of points throughout. (Kriging achieves this by weighting data values differently depending on the density of point values around the center point.)
I've looked a the resource notes and they suggest using the Geostatistical Analyst Wizard, which I don't have.