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First edition
Redlands, California : ESRI Press, 2011
x, 401 stran : barevné ilustrace ; 26 cm + 1 CD-ROM, 1 DVD

objednat
ISBN 978-1589482074
Nad názvem: for ArcGIS 10
Obsahuje rejstřík
001462112
GISTUT0RIAL3 // Advanced Workbook // GIS Tutorial 3: Advanced Workbook explores the full breadth of ArcGIS® software by demonstrating the complex capabilities of the tools available with the ArcEditor’ “ and Arclnfo® licenses of ArcGIS Desktop. Intended for the intermediate to advanced user, this workbook introduces methods that demonstrate the advanced functionality of the higher license levels. // Whether used for self-study or in a college course, GIS Tutorial 3 will help you develop advanced GIS skills that will make you a more efficient and productive GIS user. The workbook explores the following topics: // Editing and topology tools that will improve your use of GIS Customization techniques that will make your maps more accurate and engaging New feature creation using the ArcMap™ application ’ // Workflow automation using Python" scripts and the ArcGIS ModelBuilder™ extension Custom tool and application development // GIS Tutorial 3 is divided into four sections: geodatabase framework design, data creation and management, workflow optimization, and labeling and symbolizing. Each section contains tutorials composed of step-by step instructions on how to perform pertinent tasks, exercises to reinforce the concepts taught, reviews, study questions, and real-world applications. References for further study are given at the end of each chapter. A DVD containing a fully functioning 180-day trial version of ArcGIS 10 software (ArcEditor license level) and a DVD containing
the data used in the tutorial exercises are also included. The Instructor DVD, which contains a sample syllabus, course guides for each chapter, and answer keys, is available to instructors upon request at www.esri.com/esripress. // David W. Allen, GISP, has more than twenty-five years of experience with GIS and digital mapping in the private and municipal sectors. As GIS manager for the City of Euless, Texas. Allen designs data structures and custom applications from scratch. He also serves as program coordinator for GIS at Tarrant County College in Arlington, Texas. // Jeffery M. Coffey, GISP, is currently the GIS manager for the Tarrant Regional Water District in Fort Worth, Texas, where he manages large GIS implementation, analysis, and integration projects. Coffey helped established an accredited GIS program at Tarrant County College where he currently teaches and serves on the GIS program ’s Advisory Board. // The ArcGIS Demo Edition software provided with this edition requires the Microsoft® Windows® 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Microsoft Windows 2003 Server, or the Microsoft Windows 2008 Server operating system. Hardware requirements: 2.0 GHz processing speed; 2 GB RAM; 2.4 GB free hard-disk space, including 50 MB on the operating system drive; an additional 354 MB hard-disk space is required for the exercise data. Once installed and registered, the single-use software cannot be reinstalled and the time limit cannot be extended. .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 must be installed
on your computer before you install ArcGIS Desktop. Some features of ArcGIS Desktop require Microsoft Internet Explorer® version 8.0. // 0esri PRESS // 111229 RRD5M1/12jh Printed in the USA // // ISBN 978-1-58948-207-4 // Category: Technology & Engineering / Geographic Information Systems // Contents // Preface vii Acknowledgments ix // Part 1 Designing a framework for the complex geodatabase // Chapter 1: Designing the geodatabase schema 1 // Tutorial 1-1 Creating a geodatabase—building a logical model Exercise 1-1 16 // Tutorial 1-2 Creating a geodatabase—expanding the logical model Exercise 1-2 28 // Chapter 2: Creating a geodatabase 33 // Tutorial 2-1 Building a geodatabase 34 Exercise 2-1 51 // Tutorial 2-2 Adding complex geodatabase components 55 Exercise 2-2 64 // Chapter 3: Populating a geodatabase 69 // Tutorial 3-1 Loading data into a geodatabase 70 Exercise 3-1 78 // Tutorial 3-2 Populating geodatabase subtypes 81 Exercise 3-2 89 // Part 2 Working with data // Chapter 4: Working with features 93 // Tutorial 4-1 Creating new features 94 Exercise 4-1 109 // Tutorial 4-2 Using context menu creation tools 112 Exercise 4-2 127 // Tutorial 4-3 Exploring different creation tools 131 Exercise 4-3 140 // Tutorial 4-4 Using coordinate geometry 143 Exercise 4-4 155 // Tutorial 4-5 Georeferencing and tracing 158 Exercise 4-5 171 // GIS TUTORIALS // Chapter 5: Working with topology 175 // Tutorial 5-1 Setting up map topology 176 Exercise 5-1 183 // Tutorial 5-2 Creating geometric
networks 186 Exercise 5-2 207 // Tutorial 5-3 Setting up geodatabase topology 210 Exercise 5-3 230 // Part 3 Optimizing the workflow // Chapter 6: Customizing the interface 235 // Tutorial 6-1 Customizing toolbars and menus 236 // Exercise 6-1 243 // Tutorial 6-2 Creating toolbar scripts 246 Exercise 6-2 258 // Chapter 7: Automating processes 261 // Tutorial 7-1 Getting started with ModelBuilder 262 Exercise 7-1 272 // Tutorial 7-2 Expanding model capabilities 275 Exercise 7-2 284 // Tutorial 7-3 Creating model documentation 287 Exercise 7-3 296 // Part 4 Using advanced techniques for labeling and symbolizing // Chapter 8: Developing labels and annotation 299 // Tutorial 8-1 Labeling with Maplex 300 Exercise 8-1 319 // Tutorial 8-2 Adding geodatabase annotation 321 Exercise 8-2 339 // Chapter 9: Exploring cartographic techniques 343 // Tutorial 9-1 Building cartographic representations 344 Exercise 9-1 368 // Tutorial 9-2 Creating a custom legend 370 Exercise 9-2 382 // Appendix A Task index 385 // Appendix ? Data source credits 389 // Appendix C Data license agreement 393 // Appendix D Installing the data and software 397

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