Join Adam Wilbert for an in-depth discussion in this video Editing layer properties and symbology, part of Up and Running with ArcGIS.
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…In Art Map, you have full control over how your map looks…and how you choose to visualize various features that are on your map.…Colors, line styles, and weights all fall under the cartographic term, Symbology.…We're going to keep working on our Washington Dairy Farm map…and start to change some of the random colors that ArcMap assigned…to the features as we brought in each data set, to colors…of mine styles, that is to say symbology, of our own choosing.…In order to do that, we just click on…the symbology patch that lies below each date of layer.…I'll click on the dot that represents dairy farms, and…that will bring up this Symbol Selector for those points.…
Here we can choose for a variety of premade symbols, or we can style our own.…Right now I'm going to choose the one that's called Circle 1.…This just has a fill color with no outline.…I'll go ahead and open up the Color…panel and choose from the available color chips here.…I'm going to choose Fire Red.…I'll change the Size down to 18 down to 8.…And we can see what that symbol will looks like.…
- Understanding vector vs. raster data
- Modifying metadata
- Adding data to a map
- Importing data from online providers
- Labeling features
- Joining data
- Clipping data to a study area
- Working with map layouts
- Creating a legend
- Printing and exporting the map to a file
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Exploring Geospatial Data
3. Organizing the Map
4. Creating Data
5. Finishing the Map
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