# Questions tagged [statistics]

Collecting and analyzing numerical data or making numerical summaries of data.

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### How to calculate raster statistics for polygons?

how can I calculate sums, averages etc of raster-points (multi-band) per polygon of a vector-layer. I was told that this is called "zonal statistics". I tried that with QGIS first. There is a way to ...
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### How to calculate sums for all fields in a table? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: are there any methods can choose all field and make the SUM for each fields or I must do it one by one? Are there any methods that can calculate the summary statistic table ...
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### Frequency, summarize tool options of ArcGIS for Desktop?

I'm looking for some general frequency, summarize tool. What I basically want is some tool like the summarize tool in ArcGIS (right click in the attribute table> summarize) that runs on all attributes ...
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### How to use/interpret/visualise a distance matrix with unknown coordinates?

How would you go about using a distance matrix where points have no coordinates, i.e. what useful statistics can be made and how to visualise it in some useful way?
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### Recording frequency of names in the attribute table?

I have a question with ArcGIS 9.2. In an attribute table the column [name] includes the name of every place in this layer. Next to that (in columns [numbers]) there should be recorded how often a ...
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### How can I generate a range of pantones for a map?

When I am given a map (or make one...) I often like to get an idea of the range of colours present. One thing this does is it allows me to quickly visualize contrast (helps build maps for colour blind ...
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### Determining min and max values in an ASCII raster dataset using Python?

I have a raster dataset in ASCII format. Using Python, I need to determine the min and max values inside the dataset. I've been told that the header information is key, which contains things like ...
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### Calculate neighborhood statistics for polygons?

I've been searching around for the answer to this (including here) and have yet to find it. I'm interested in finding out how to calculate a 'neighborhood sum' for vector, polygon data. I am aware ...
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### How can I find the median column in a database?

I have data on period of construction for dwellings in dissemination areas. I have transferred this data to my study areas and would like to determine the median period of construction for each study ...
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### How is margin of error reported on a map?

When reporting estimates you should always include the margin of error. There are conventional ways of reporting margin of error in a table, text or graph. But, how do you report margin of error for ...
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### Performing statistical analysis of buffers?

I am doing a buffer analysis of incinerators and looking at the output areas within those buffers, is there a way of doing a statistical analysis of several buffers to see if there is a significant ...
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### How to creat a graph from a Field values (VBA_ArcObjects)

I have a combobox that shows all fields of a shapefile. I want to get these values programmatically in a label--Count, Minimum, Maximum, Sum, Mean, Standard Deviation--and populate a graph of the ...
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### Math and Stat for GIS and Computing

I am planning to do an advanced program in spatial science and engineering. It states as a requirement in the program, that the student should have a through understanding in math and statistics. So ...
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### How can I track/graph arcserver usage statistics?

I’m currently using the ArcGIS Server Properties dialog in ArcCatalog to periodically check the usage statistics for our services. I’d like to be able to chart those to get a big picture view of what’...
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### Is it possible to access ArcGIS's table operations “Summarize…” and “Statistics…” in python?

ArcGIS has a few nifty table tools, including Summarize and Statistics. Is there a way to access them through arcpy, or will I have to hack my own methods via math and lists?