In order to store vector data in a geodatabase, a feature class will need to be created first. A feature class defines the type of data and the attributes that will be stored.
- [Narrator] Before we can create new data in our project,…we'll need a place to store it.…The default geodatabase is a perfect location,…but you can designate any geodatabase…that you've linked to.…To create new data in the geodatabase,…we first need to define the type of data…we want to store.…We do this by creating something called a feature class.…A feature class defines a group of objects…that all share the same attributes.…For instance, we might create…a feature class for buildings.…Since all of our buildings will be represented by polygons…and have the same attributes such as height,…year built, and the number of floors,…they can all get grouped together in a single feature class.…
When we create a feature class,…we're essentially developing the table in the database…that'll hold a record for each item.…To create a feature class, first we need to find…the default geodatabase in the project pane.…Now, if you're not seeing the project pane…on the right side of your screen,…you can look for the tab along the bottom…
- Creating a new map project
- Adding data sources to the project
- Managing data layers on the map
- Saving a project template
- Drawing new map features
- Querying and extracting features
- Creating geoprocessing models and packages
- Modifying the look and feel of the map through symbology options
- Adding map labels
- Working with 3D scenes
- Developing a map layout
- Sharing the map and data
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Establish a New Map Project
3. Work with Data
4. Geoprocessing in ArcGIS Pro
5. Symbolize Features on the Map
6. Add Map Labels
7. Working in Three Dimensions
8. Develop a Map Layout
9. Share Your Work
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