View attribute tables ArcGIS


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Viewing attribute tables

ArcGIS is built on the idea of adding location information to data found in a relational database. So far we've drawn the location information on the screen such as the country boundaries, and the points representing populated places. We've also briefly touched on the idea of finding additional information about each feature using the Identify tool. But behind the scenes, behind every feature on your map, is an entire database of information about each and every element. In order to get to that database, we need to right click on the feature class that we want. So I'll right click on populated places and we'll choose Open Attribute Table.

The Attribute Table opens up as a separate pane that we can dock just like every other window on Arc Map. We can also resize the screen if we choose not to dock it here, just by dragging on the edges. Now on the very bottom, you'll see that this has a tab interface, right now it says Populated Places down here. If I were to open up a second attribu...

Viewing attribute tables
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Viewing attribute tables provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Adam Wilbert as part of the Up and Running with ArcGIS

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Business Developer IT
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ArcGIS GIS
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