Getting to Know ArcGIS Desktop (häftad)
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Updated for ArcGIS Desktop 10.6
Environmental Systems Research Institute Inc.,U.S.
1092 Illustrations, unspecified
229 x 190 x 48 mm
1816 g
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Getting to Know ArcGIS Desktop (häftad)

Getting to Know ArcGIS Desktop

Häftad Engelska, 2018-04-12
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Becoming the go-to person for ArcGIS Desktop? Start here. Getting to Know ArcGIS Desktop, fifth edition, is a comprehensive introduction to the features and tools of ArcGIS Desktop. Through hands-on exercises, readers will discover, use, make, and share maps with meaningful content. They will also learn how to build geodatabases, query data, analyze geospatial data, and more. The latest edition has been updated to the most current version of ArcGIS Desktop 10.6. Getting to Know ArcGIS Desktop is suited for classroom use, independent study, and as a reference. Data for completing the exercises and a 180-day free trial of ArcGIS Desktop are available for download. An e-book of Getting to Know ArcGIS Desktop, fifth edition, ISBN 9781589485112, $99.99, is available at most e-book retailers. Note: Esri Press e-books do not include 180-day trial software. Instead, you can download the ArcGIS Trial at
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Michael Law has worked professionally with GIS since 2004 when he began at Rand McNally Canada and later worked as a cartographer for Esri Press, where he developed cartography for books, and edited and tested GIS workbooks. Now based in Toronto, Canada, Law continues to work with GIS software, writing technical documentation, teaching training courses, and designing and optimizing user interfaces. Amy Collins was first introduced to GIS in 2002 when she began working as a technical editor at Esri. There, she honed her GIS skills and cultivated an interest in designing effective instructional materials. Now a writer and editor based in Northern California, she continues to develop GIS materials, among other projects.


Preface Acknowledgments Part 1 Getting to know GIS Chapter 1 Introducing GIS Chapter 2 Introducing ArcGIS Part 2 Getting started with maps and data Chapter 3 Interacting with maps Chapter 4 Interacting with data Chapter 5 Exploring online resources Part 3 Displaying and presenting data Chapter 6 Working with coordinate systems and projections Chapter 7 Symbolizing features Chapter 8 Classifying features Chapter 9 Labeling features Chapter 10 Making maps for presentation Part 4 Creating and editing data Chapter 11 Building geodatabases Chapter 12 Creating features Chapter 13 Editing features Chapter 14 Geocoding addresses Part 5 Getting information about features Chapter 15 Querying data Chapter 16 Selecting features by location Chapter 17 Joining and relating data Part 6 Analyzing geospatial data Chapter 18 Preparing data for analysis Chapter 19 Geoprocessing vector data Chapter 20 Using Spatial Analyst Appendix A Data source credits Glossary Index