Introduction to the Geodatabase 10.x
This course follows on from the ArcGIS 1 – Fundamentals of ArcGIS 10.x for Desktop course and is aimed at users who need to understand more about the management and behaviour of a geodatabase. It is a pre-requisite for attending the Deploying and Maintaining a Multiuser Geodatabase course. Similar content could also be learned by attending the ArcGIS 2 and ArcGIS 3 courses instead.
The Introduction to the Geodatabase course will take the user through the process of creating and populating a file geodatabase. This will include creating, importing and manipulating vector and, raster data. It will also cover creating attribute and spatial validation rules (behaviour) and working with geodatabase annotation.
Some of this behaviour requires an ArcGIS Standard or Advanced licence.
Introduction to the Geodatabase: Geodatabase types; Compressing geodatabases; Upgrading geodatabases
Working with ArcCatalog: ArcCatalog options; Search,for data; Metadata; Connecting to data
Design and populate a geodatabase: Design principles; Creating schemas; Spatial reference ; Resolution; Tolerance
Create data / export data: Geodatabase elements; Create feature classes and feature datasets; Assign Spatial reference, import & export data, Load data
Raster data management: Raster basics; Raster datasets; Raster catalogs; Raster mosaics; Raster attributes
Other geodatabase elements: OS MasterMap data; Dimension feature class; Terrains
Data adjustment: Georeferencing; Spatial adjustment
Attribute behaviour: Create subtypes; Create domains; Use subtypes & domains ; Relationship classes
Spatial behaviour: Geodatabase topology ; Edit using geodatabase topology ; Map topology
Geometric Networks: Create a network; Utility network analysis
Labels & annotation: Create labels; Convert labels to annotation; Edit annotation
ArcGIS Online (optional): Create an online map; Open online map in Desktop; Publish a desktop map to ArcGIS Online
What comes next?: Learning paths; Links; ArcGIS.com
“The content of this course was so useful and will really help me in my role. It should be a ‘must attend’ for all ArcGIS Desktop users.” – Alex Rigby, GIS Technical Analyst, Affinity Water