This sample demonstrates how to execute a geoprocessing task to calculate a hotspot analysis based on the frequency of 911 calls. It calculates the frequency of these calls within a given study area during a specified constrained time period set between 1/1/1998 and 5/31/1998.
To select a date range for analysis, hold and drag cursor on the calendar shown on the side. Once the range is selected, click on the Apply button to start analysis. The results will be shown on the map on successful completion.
How it works
An AGSGeoprocessingTask is created by setting the URL to the REST endpoint of a geoprocessing service. AGSGeoprocessingParameters are created and the execution type is set to asynchronousSubmit. Once the date ranges are selected, a query string is created with the to and from dates. A key/value parameter input is created, where the key is the string Query and the value is an AGSGeoprocessingString that contains the query string. These parameter inputs are then added to the AGSGeoprocessingParameters. An AGSGeoprocessingJob is obtained by calling the geoprocessingJob(with:) method of the AGSGeoprocessingTask. The job is started, and once it is complete, the AGSArcGISMapImageLayer is obtained from the result, and added to the AGSMap.