GIS- Geographical Information Systems
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Learn to create and manage data, maps, and analytical models with ArcGIS. You will learn how to get around maps and start adding your own data and importing data from existing databases. the instructor will demonstrate how to select and edit individual map elements, and connect to advanced geospatial data sources. He explains the finer points of working with vector vs. raster data, and then shows how to style your map so it's easy for others to interpret, including finishing touches such as a legend, scale bar, and annotations. Plus, learn how to use ModelBuilder to sequence workflows and share them with the rest of your organization.
CurriculumModule 1: Getting to know the ArcMap interface Module 2: Geocoding addresses Module 3: Measuring distances module 4: Adding and importing data Module 5: Labeling and adding graphs Module 6: Editing layer properties Module 7: Seeing multiple views Module 8: Making selections Module 9: Exploring geospatial data with ArcCatalog Module 10: Working with vector and raster data and Styling the map Module 11: Adding your own data Module 12: Using the ModelBuilder Module 13 Adding a legend and annotations
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