ArcGIS Desktop 2: Essential Workflows for ArcGIS 10.1
In this 3 day course, you will acquire fundamental skills needed to author, share, and use geographic information and maps across the ArcGIS system. You will learn how to efficiently find, explore, manage, and analyze geographic data and create informative maps that showcase your work. The course covers a variety of techniques to effectively share GIS maps and resources with decision makers, stakeholders, and the public.
This class is taught by an Esri Certified Instructor.
This course is for those who have limited knowledge of GIS but little experience with ESRI’s ArcGIS Software and wish to learn more about using ArcGIS Desktop to create, edit, and manage GIS data and to create maps.
Prerequisites and recommendations:
Students should have completed ArcGIS 1: What is GIS? or have equivalent knowledge as well as have a working knowledge of Windows and file management.
After successfully completing this course, you will have acquired an understanding of the basic tools and functionality of Esri's ArcGIS Desktop software. These new skills include:
- Use ArcGIS software and content to create high-quality maps that combine data from multiple sources
- Organize, create, and edit GIS data so that it is accurate and up-to-date
- Manage, symbolize, and label map layers to support visualization and data exploration
- Design attractive page print layouts for maps
- Apply a standard workflow to analyze GIS Data and solve spatial problems
- Deliver maps and analysis results to multiple platforms so they are accessible to other ArcGIS Users and to non-GIS users
- Authoring, sharing and using GIS Maps
- Organizing GIS data
- Managing map layers
- Displaying data
- Working with tabular data
- Creating and editing data
- Labeling features
- Designing map layouts
- Preparing data for analysis
- Solving spatial problems
- Sharing GIS information
The following software licenses or applications are used in this course:
- ArcGIS 10.1 for Desktop (Standard)
- ArcGIS 10.1 for Server (Standard)
Traditional Instructor Led
June 10th - 12th
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