ArcGIS

Objectives

Education and training are vital to the successful use of a Geographical Information System (GIS). Our training strategy is to help you develop the best possible route to acquiring GIS knowledge and skills to benefit you and your organization.
By attending our training courses we can help consolidate and enhance your current use of GIS and show you new capabilities and efficient ways of utilising your mapping and geographic information systems.

Getting tow know Arc GIS Desktop is a hands-on workbook meant to be a practical manually for classroom lab work or on-the-job, if you have no GIS background.

The book has two introduction chapters and eighteen exercise chapters. Each chapter contains two to four exercises that focus on a particular GIS task problem. Many common tasks are covered, including symbolizing and labelling maps, classifying data, querying maps, analyzing spatial relationships, setting map projections spatial database, editing data, geocoding addresses, and making map layouts.

The program includes the following elements:

1. GIS Concepts – an introduction
2. Visualization of Geographical Information
3. Query and analysis of GIS data/Working with data
4. Spatial reference layouts
5. Working with labels and annotations
6. Creating geo-database
7. Complex analysis
8. Raster data
9. Further topics

Outline

1.2  Getting to know GIS

  • Introducing  GIS

Getting started with maps and data

  • Exploring ArcMap
  • Displaying map data
  • Navigating a map
  • Looking at feature attribute
  • Browsing map data
  • Searching for map data
  • Adding data to ArcMap

Displaying Data

  • Symbolizing feature and rasters
  • Changing symbology
  • Symbolizing feature by categorical attributes
  • Using style and creating layer file
  • Symbolizing rasters
  • Classifying feature by standard methods
  • Classifying feature manually
  • Mapping density
  • Using graduated and chart symbols
  • Using dynamic label
  • Setting rules for placing labels
  • Using interactive labels and creating annotation

Getting information about feature

  • Querying data
  • Identifying selection, finding and hyperlinking feature
  • Selecting feature by attribute
  • Creating reports
  • Join and relations tables
  • Relation tables

Analyzing feature relationships

  • Selecting feature by location
  • Using location queries
  • Combining  attribute and location queries
  • Preparing data for analyses
  • Dissolving  feature
  • Creating graphs
  • Clipping layers
  • Exporting data
  •  Buffering feature
  • Overlaying data
  • Calculating attribute value
  • Projecting data in ArcMap
  • Projecting data on the fly
  • Defining a projection
  • Building geo database
  • Creating and editing data
  • Presenting data
  • Modelling

Schedule

The course is delivered in 20 contact hours of training.

Price

Course Price Invoice
ArcGIS 325.00 €

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