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Nearest Point Analysis

This page outlines the Nearest Point Analysis.

Nearest Point Analysis

  • The input in the Nearest Point Analysis is the Point Object.
  • When the operation is entered, the following window opens.
    • The profile to be analyzed is selected via this window.
    • The view settings of the result reference are made. (Layer style and reference name)
    • A table is drawn of the objects to be analyzed at the spatial data source.
    • The nearest object analysis parameters are entered (The Explanations of the parameters are provided to in the Operator information.)
  • Operation is made by selecting the analysis point after the parameter window is closed by clicking on the button, OK. 

Operator Information


Operator Name: Network Analysis / Network Nearest Object Analysis

Operator Provider: Network Analysis operators

Explanation: He rotates the nearest object from the list of objects provided by making use of the topological network. 


1) Topological network

Minimum: 1

Maximum : 1

2) List of objects

Minimum: 1

Maximum : 1

3) Reference Points 

Minimum: 1

Maximum: 1


1) The number of objects to be found (not compulsory)

Explanation: It indicates the specific number of nearest objects. Any such objects which could be found at values less than 1 would be rotated.

Default value: 1

2) From the Reference Points (not compulsory)

Explanation: in cases where the value, true, would be provided, it makes an analysis starting from the Reference Point; in cases where a false value would be provided, then, objects are found by making an analysis towards the Reference Point.

3) Limit Distance (not compulsory)

Explanation: They are the maximum air distances of the objects to be searched to the Reference Point.

Default Value: 500

4) Profile (compulsory)

Explanation: It is the name of the profile to be used in the analysis.

Output: Nearest Object Analysis results

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