ArcGIS 3 – Enhanced Skills for ArcGIS 10.x for Desktop
This course is the third of a 3 part foundation in ArcGIS Desktop (version 10.x). The ArcGIS 3 course expands on the subjects covered in the ArcGIS 1 Fundamentals of ArcGIS 10.x for Desktop and ArcGIS 2 – Essentials of ArcGIS 10.x for Desktop courses and introduces some more advanced functions. These include setting geodatabase behaviour rules, data adjustment, desktop and online analysis tools and using Modelbuilder. Temporal (time based) data and basic raster/image analysis are also covered.
You will be provided with the data and exercises so that after the course you can work through them again in your own time.
Note: We strongly advise that you have attended both ArcGIS 1 – Fundamentals and ArcGIS 2 – Essentials before attending this course.
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Creating a style sheet; Introduction to representations
Spatial adjustment; Georeferencing an image
Geodatabase attribute behaviour; Sub types and domains; Relationship classes
Geodatabase spatial behaviour; Geodatabase topology; Networks; Map topology
Other data types; Dimensions; Terrains;
Create a toolbox; Sharing tools
Overlay analysis; Spatial patterns
Create an online map; Run online geoprocessing tools
What is Modelbuilder; Model types; Add data and tools; Parameters & variables; Running models; Model properties;
Labels; Model documentation
Temporal data; Making data time aware; The time slider
The image analysis window; Image Analysis display; Image analysis processing; Introduction to Spatial Analyst
(optional) What is Python?; What can you do with Python?; Introducing ArcPy
Where next?; Learning paths
“Exactly what I expected. Covered most of the ‘grey’ areas of my ArcGIS knowledge. Very useful information provided” – Izabela Kacprzyk – Ordnance Survey
“Very good coverage, well delivered – excellent training guide work book, very clear direction.” – Joe Milton – Network Rail