Calculating statistics

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FyneAde-Amadi
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Please is there any way I could calculate statistics for a field in ArcGIS Pro without having to generate a table like it's done in ArcGIS Desktop?

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jcarlson
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Do you just want to view statistics temporarily? If you're comfortable with Python, check out using NumPy in Pro. You can get basically any statistic you might want quickly and easily.

To just get the summary stats without dealing with output tables, you can also export to the memory workspace.

- Josh Carlson
Kendall County GIS

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JayantaPoddar
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Have you checked Statistics (Attribute Table > Right-click Field > Statistics).

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LynneBuie
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@FyneAde-Amadi you might be interested in the new Data Engineering view in ArcGIS Pro! Here is the documentation, and it was also showcased in this video from the UC plenary today.

The Statistics button that was mentioned by @JayantaPoddar is definitely another option that is possible in ArcGIS Pro. This opens a chart of the field, and in the Chart Properties pane, several statistics are shown.

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jcarlson
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Do you just want to view statistics temporarily? If you're comfortable with Python, check out using NumPy in Pro. You can get basically any statistic you might want quickly and easily.

To just get the summary stats without dealing with output tables, you can also export to the memory workspace.

- Josh Carlson
Kendall County GIS
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FyneAde-Amadi
New Contributor II

Many thanks!

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JayantaPoddar
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Have you checked Statistics (Attribute Table > Right-click Field > Statistics).

JayantaPoddar_0-1625892813473.png

JayantaPoddar_2-1625892991137.png

 



Think Location
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FyneAde-Amadi
New Contributor II

This seem to apply in ArcGIS Desktop and not ArcGIS Pro.

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JayantaPoddar
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The screenshot, I shared, is from ArcGIS Pro.



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FyneAde-Amadi
New Contributor II

Thanks.

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LynneBuie
Esri Contributor

@FyneAde-Amadi you might be interested in the new Data Engineering view in ArcGIS Pro! Here is the documentation, and it was also showcased in this video from the UC plenary today.

The Statistics button that was mentioned by @JayantaPoddar is definitely another option that is possible in ArcGIS Pro. This opens a chart of the field, and in the Chart Properties pane, several statistics are shown.

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FyneAde-Amadi
New Contributor II

Thank you!

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