I have a point feature class which contains features scattered around the city, with some of the points intersecting other points.
These intersecting features are correctly different features (they don't represent the same record), however I'd like to get a count of intersecting features so that I can do additional processing based on whether there are multiple points at a location.
My points have Location IDs, which should match all points at that location, but I can't guarantee this. It is also possible that some of the Location IDs are in more than one location. This is because the locations originally came from polygons, so the points in the same polygon ended up with the same ID.
I've used the Summary Statistics tool to get me close to what I'm wanting, however because of the above mis-matches with location-IDs, I'd prefer to have this run on the XY of the points rather than the Location ID.
When I use the Summary Statistics tool and set the Case field to be
SHAPE it doesn't give me a count of the features. If I set the Case field to be
LOCATIONID it does give me a count of the features. I use
OBJECTID as the Statistics field (using COUNT).
So my question is how can I get a count of intersecting point features? I don't mind a bit of scripting to get it there, I'm just stuck as to what tool(s) to use. I've tried Find Identical, Near, Generate Near table, Summary Statistics, and only Summary Statistics seems to get me close to what I need.