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Working with 3D using ArcGIS 10.x for Desktop

£770.00

At version 10, ArcGIS 3D Analyst supports a complete solution for 3D GIS. This course teaches fundamental concepts of 3D GIS as you learn how to visualise, edit, model, and analyse GIS data within a 3D context.

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2 Days
Who is this course for?
GIS Users
GIS Analysts
Goals
Visualise GIS data in 3D globes and local perspectives.
Create and import 3D data.
Edit and maintain 3D vector data in a 3D environment.
Perform 3D analysis including viewshed, visibility, volumetric, and terrain analyses on vector and raster data.
Use best practices to optimise 3D views for use on the desktop.
Visualise temporal data in 3D by enabling time and creating 3D animations.

Completion of ArcGIS 2 – Essentials of ArcGIS 10.x for Desktop.

Using 3D GIS: Working with ArcScene vs. ArcGlobe.
Working with 3D data: Rasters, TINs and terrains.
Visualising GIS data in 3D: 3D symbols, temporal and animations
Editing features in 3D: Creating textured 3D objects Analysing data using 3D tools: Skylines and visibility analysis
Optimising 3D performance: Preparing raster data and application settings
Solving problems with 3D GIS: Subsurface and Virtual City workflow