I have a set of time-varying geographic data. I successfully used the time series tool but that is only for the symbology visualization. I want to do the same analysis but with visualizing the data as IDW layers changing with the time. Any idea?
Thanks in advance
You can toggle between versions on the 10.5 (most recent link) near the top of the page
Here is the direct link FYI
You could also consider (if you have access to a Standard or Advance desktop license) the use of a raster mosaic dataset (see: What is a mosaic dataset?—Help | ArcGIS Desktop ). The footprint "featureclass" in the mosaic dataset that references the rasters can be modified adding a single or from and to date fields. After this you can define the layer as time aware and even publish it a image service (if you have Enterprise with the ArcGIS Image Server role or the Image Server extension for previous versions).
Raster Mosaic datasets are more efficient than raster catalogs and provide a lot of benefits like for instance applying raster functions (see What are the functions used by a raster or mosaic dataset?—Help | ArcGIS Desktop )