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I need to summarize a set of incident data by several different stations. I have a set of five stations. The stations code emergency response using 10 incident codes, 1 being least severe and 10 being most.

I need to summarize the data so that each station has its own incident count, e.g., Station 1 had 34 incident 1 calls, 35 incident 2 calls, etc. Station 2 had 34 incident 1 calls, etc.

Essentially, I need to have a table output that has 5 rows and 10 sub-rows per main row. Is this possible?

  • Have you tried Summary Statistics with two Case Fields? – PolyGeo Dec 16 '16 at 6:14
  • I always use Excel pivot table to accomplish this – FelixIP Dec 16 '16 at 6:19
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The Summary Statistics tool is what you are looking for.

Use the case field to be the column that represents your data of interest.

Also, the tool provides the following option:

  • SUM—Adds the total value for the specified field.
    • MEAN—Calculates the average for the specified field.
    • MIN—Finds the smallest value for all records of the specified field.
    • MAX—Finds the largest value for all records of the specified field.
    • RANGE—Finds the range of values (MAX minus MIN) for the specified field.
    • STD—Finds the standard deviation on values in the specified field.
    • COUNT—Finds the number of values included in statistical calculations. This counts each value except null values. To determine the number of null values in a field, use the COUNT statistic on the field in question, and a COUNT statistic on a different field which does not contain nulls (for example, the OID if present), then subtract the two values.
    • FIRST—Finds the first record in the Input Table and uses its specified field value.
    • LAST—Finds the last record in the Input Table and uses its specified field value.

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