I've been running some analysis "Closest facislity" and I cant get any results if two points overlap in the incidents. I can split them up and run each separately, but I would spare lots of time if it was possible to run them togheter.
Anyone know if its possible to do this or do I have to split them up?
You can create a closest facility layer, enter 1 facility and then copy paste it to duplicate it. Now enter a facility location and then copy/paste it as well. Set the CF layer to solve for 2 closest. Solve. You will get 4 routes output.
You can even have the same set of two facilities entered as Incidents (that is all 4 locations overlap). Solve and you will get 4 routes output but they will have 0 travel cost/length.
If this is not the scenario you are running into then perhaps you can provide some more details.
Im not sure Its possible or I may not understand everything. I've attached a photo of the problem.
The red marking consist of two dots(incidents) on the same coordinate. For any of the other dots it can calculate a distance to the nearest facility, but not for the dots that have the same coordinate.