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Want to get up and running with ArcGIS (R) Desktop? Start here. Getting to Know ArcGIS Desktop 10.8, sixth edition, is the classic textbook that introduces readers to the features and tools of ArcGIS Desktop, specifically ArcMapTM, the popular professional geographic information system (GIS) application from Esri. Rooted in the science of geography, GIS is a framework for gathering, managing, and analyzing data using map visualizations and location intelligence. GIS and ArcGIS have become essential to thousands of businesses and organizations. Through hands-on exercises, readers get a comprehensive introduction to the features and tools of ArcMap. Discover, use, make, and share maps with meaningful content. Learn how to build geodatabases, query data, analyze geospatial data, and more. Now in its sixth iteration, this edition of Getting to Know ArcGIS Desktop 10.8 has been updated to teach and function with the most current version of the software, ArcGIS Desktop 10.8.x. Data for completing the exercises and a 180-day free trial of ArcGIS Desktop are available for download. Explore why Getting to Know ArcGIS Desktop 10.8 is a top-selling choice for classroom use, independent study, and as a reference for students and professionals alike.
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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.
Contents 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 Exercise 3a: Display map data Exercise 3b: Navigate a map Exercise 3c: Use basic tools Exercise 3d: Look at feature attributes Chapter 4: Interacting with data Exercise 4a:Browse through map data Exercise 4b: Add data to a map Exercise 4c: Work with map layers Chapter 5: Exploring online resources Exercise 5a: Create a web map Exercise 5b: Merge online and local layers Exercise 5c: Share a map package Part 3: Displaying and presenting data Chapter 6: Working with coordinate systems and projections Exercise 6a: Examine coordinate systems Exercise 6b: Project data Exercise 6c: Define a map projection Exercise 6d: Georeference a raster Chapter 7: Symbolizing features Exercise 7a: Create custom symbology Exercise 7b: Symbolize features by categorical attributes Exercise 7c: Use styles and create layer files Exercise 7d: Symbolize rasters Chapter 8: Classifying features Exercise 8a: Classify features by standard methods Exercise 8b: Map density Exercise 8c: Use graduated and chart symbols Chapter 9: Labeling features Exercise 9a: Use dynamic labels Exercise 9b: Set rules for label placement Exercise 9c: Create graphic labels Exercise 9d: Convert dynamic labels to annotation Chapter 10: Making maps for presentation Exercise 10a: Create a layout Exercise 10b: Add titles and text Exercise 10c: Add standard map elements Exercise 10d: Add final touches and set print options Part 4: Creating and editing data Chapter 11: Building geodatabases Exercise 11a: Create a geodatabase Exercise 11b: Create feature classes Chapter 12: Creating features Exercise 12a: Draw features Exercise 12b: Use more construction tools Chapter 13: Editing features Exercise 13a: Delete and modify features Exercise 13b: Split and merge features Exercise 13c: Edit feature attribute values Chapter 14: Geocoding addresses Exercise 14a: Create an address locator Exercise 14b: Match addresses Exercise 14c: Rematch addresses Part 5: Getting information about features Chapter 15: Querying data Exercise 15a: Select and find features Exercise 15b: Use attribute queries Exercise 15c: Create reports Chapter 16: Selecting features by location Exercise 16a: Use location queries Exercise 16b: Combine attribute and location queries Chapter 17: Joining and relating data Exercise 17a: Join data by attribute Exercise 17b: Relate data Exercise 17c: Join data by location Part 6: Analyzing geospatial data Chapter 18: Preparing data for analysis Exercise 18a: Dissolve features Exercise 18b: Clip layers Exercise 18c: Create a data subset Exercise 18d: Run tools in a model Chapter 19: Geoprocessing vector data Exercise 19a: Buffer features Exercise 19b: Overlay data Exercise 19c: Calculate attribute values Exercise 19d: Create graphs Chapter 20: Using Spatial Analyst Exercise 20a: Create raster surfaces Exercise 20b: Combine raster surfaces Appendix Data source credits Glossary Index