ArcGIS Pro: Working with ModelBuilder
This one day course builds upon your knowledge of ArcGIS Pro to manage your geoprocessing workflows within ModelBuilder.
We will go over the basics of a model and then quickly delve into the more useful parts of ModelBuilder, to include iterators, in-memory workspaces, in-line variable substitution as well as investigating ModelBuilder’s utility and logic tools. You will also be taught advanced modelling techniques such as conditional branching and embedding models inside of models.
All sections are supplemented with activities and hands-on exercises.
Continuing professional development (CPD) is an integral part of applying for and maintaining Chartered Geographer accreditation. Attendance of this course will provide the attendee with 5 CPD points. Click here to find out more
This course is aimed at those who have prior ArcGIS Pro experience, who wish to perform batch geoprocessing using ModelBuilder and who have attended the following course: ArcGIS Pro 2 – Essential Workflows for ArcGIS Pro.
The following software will be supplied at Esri UK training venues:
- An internet connection
- An ArcGIS Online subscription and named user account
- ArcGIS Pro Standard license.
An overview of ModelBuilder: The ArcGIS Pro Analysis environment; What is ModelBuilder?; Why use ModelBuilder?; Parts of a model; Building a model; Model properties; How do I run a model?; sharing your models.
Batch processing using model iterators: What are iterators?; Types of iterator; Using in-line variable substitution; Using an in_memory workspace.
ModelBuilder utility tools: What are model utility tools? Types of utility tools.
Advanced modelling techniques: Creating groups in your model; Embedding one model inside of another; Using feedback within your model; Terminating model processes; Precondition checks; Calling a Python script from within ModelBuilder.
” Very easy to follow with handy tips along the way. The exercise book will also provide a useful resource for future tasks.”
Will James – Telefonica O2
” Very well structured and a lot of detail why certain steps are needed.”
Shamhoon Aziz – Dominos Pizza Group UK and ROI