- Getting to know the ArcMap interface
- Geocoding addresses
- Measuring distances
- Adding and importing data
- Labeling and adding graphs
- Editing layer properties
- Seeing multiple views
- Making selections
- Exploring geospatial data with ArcCatalog
- Working with vector and raster data
- Styling the map
- Adding your own data
- Using the ModelBuilder
- Adding a legend and annotations
Skill Level Intermediate
- Hello, my name is Adam Wilbert and I'd like to welcome you to ArcGIS Essential Training. We'll start by understanding exactly what is meant by the term "geographic information system" then we'll dig into the primary component of ArcGIS, a program called ArcMap. With ArcMap, we'll assemble geospatial data from a variety of real world public domain sources. I'll show you how to import global data sets from online providers and how to combine them with the local data sets that are specific to your area of interest. Then, with the data in place, it'll be time to visit the workings of ArcMap's data and layout views and see how we can use the table of contents to organize our data into easy to manage layer stacks.
We'll introduce the power geoprocessing tools available in the Arc Toolbox. Along the way, we'll explore the differences between raster and vector data types. Finally, we'll look at getting our maps out of ArcGIS and into the real world. I'm excited to bring ArcGIS Essential Training to the lynda.com online training library and I'm glad you've chosen to join me. Now let's get mapping.
1. Getting Started with a Geographic Information System (GIS)
2. Organizing the Map
3. Working with Data Layers
4. Seeing Multiple Views of the Map
5. Selecting Map Elements
6. Exploring Geospatial Data
7. Geoprocessing Tasks
8. Working with Vector Data
9. Working with Raster Data
10. Styling the Map
11. Creating Your Own Data
12. Exploring the ModelBuilder
13. Finishing the Map
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