Network Analysis

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The Network Analysis process is used for solving routing and logistical problems on a network of connected lines in a vector object. The network might represent city streets, state highways, water or sewer pipelines, or some other utility network. You can use Network Analysis to determine the optimal route connecting stops in the network, or to allocate different parts of the network to service areas around individual facility locations. These analyses utilize the topology of the network and properties of the lines and intersections (such as one-way directions and impedance and demand values) that you can set up easily using the tools provided.