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ArcGIS I: Introduction to GIS

Description

This course teaches what a GIS is and what you can do with it. Working with various components of the ArcGIS system, you will create GIS maps, explore and analyze the data behind the maps, and apply methods to easily share your maps. By the end of the course, you will have a solid understanding of how GIS maps and ArcGIS tools are used to visualize real-world features, discover patterns, obtain information, and communicate that information to others.

Who Should Attend

Individuals who do not have any prior GIS education or workplace experience with GIS.

Goals

After completing this course, you will be able to

  • Quickly create and share a GIS map using ArcGIS web-based tools and content.
  • Find and organize geographic data and other GIS resources for a mapping project.
  • Accurately display features on a GIS map and efficiently access information about them.
  • Analyze a GIS map to identify where features that meet specific criteria are located.
  • Share GIS maps and analysis results so they can be viewed using desktop applications, websites, and mobile devices.

Prerequisites

  • Experience with Windows-based software for basic file management and browsing is required.

ArcGIS II: Essential Workflows

Description

In this 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.

Who Should Attend

GIS professionals and others who have an introductory-level knowledge of GIS concepts and limited ArcGIS experience.

Goals

After completing this course, you will be able to

  • Use ArcGIS software and content to create high-quality maps that combine data from different sources.
  • Organize, create, and edit geographic data so that it is accurate and up to date.
  • Manage, symbolize, and label map layers to support visualization and data exploration.
  • Design an attractive page layout for maps that will be printed.
  • 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.

Prerequisites

ArcGIS III: Performing Analysis

  • Format: Instructor-Led
  • Duration: 2 days (16 hours)
  • ArcGIS Version: 10.1

Description

Advance your foundational ArcGIS skills by learning how to obtain reliable results from different types of GIS analysis. You will apply a standard workflow to efficiently solve spatial problems using a variety of ArcGIS tools and vector, raster, and temporal data. Techniques to effectively share your analysis workflows and results are covered. This course is taught using ArcGIS for Desktop Advanced and some course exercises use tools provided in the ArcGIS Spatial Analyst extension.

Who Should Attend

GIS analysts, specialists, and others who manage or conduct GIS analysis projects.

Goals

After completing this course, you will be able to

  • Choose appropriate data, methods, and tools to plan, execute, and document a given analysis project.
  • Automate analysis tasks using geoprocessing models.
  • Create a weighted suitability model to select the optimal location for a new site.
  • Apply spatial statistics to examine distribution patterns and identify hot spots.
  • Model temporal data to analyze and visualize change over time.
  • Share analysis results so they are accessible and repeatable.

Prerequisites

  • Completion of  Completion of ArcGIS II: Essential Workflows or equivalent knowledge is required.

Designing Maps with ArcGIS

  • Format: Instructor-Led
  • Duration: 2 days (16 hours)
  • ArcGIS Version: 10.1

Description

This course teaches how to create attractive maps that are easy to interpret and properly designed for their audience and delivery medium, with an emphasis on applying fundamental cartographic design principles. You will learn how to follow a standard cartographic workflow to efficiently produce high-quality maps for print and online use.

Who Should Attend

Cartographers and GIS analysts, specialists, mapping technicians, and others who need to produce maps using ArcGIS software.

Goals

After completing this course, you will be able to

  • Plan a cartographic project.
  • Choose appropriate data to support cartographic needs.
  • Create appropriate symbology, map elements, and layout designs for a given map project.
  • Create labels and annotation that are easy to read by the map's intended audience.
  • Produce effective maps for print and web delivery.

Prerequisites

Introduction to Esri Production Mapping (10.0)

  • Format: Instructor-Led
  • Duration: 5 days (40 hours)
  • ArcGIS Version: 10.0

Description

Esri Production Mapping is an extension to ArcGIS for Desktop developed for high-volume database production, maintenance, and quality control. In this course, you will learn to load and edit data using ESRI Production Mapping tools, perform data QC using ArcGIS Data Reviewer for Desktop, create and manage maps with Product Library, and manage workflows using ArcGIS Workflow Manager.

Who Should Attend

GIS specialists, technicians, spatial data managers, project managers, and others who need to manage and publish accurate data and cartographic products using standardized and repeatable workflows.

Goals

After completing this course, you will be able to

  • Load data using the Data Loader.
  • Edit and attribute features using ESRI Production Mapping.
  • Run automated data validation checks.
  • Symbolize features using Views and the Visual Specifications tool.
  • Edit cartographic representations using the representation tools.
  • Create and manage map documents with the Product Library.
  • Create and process jobs using ArcGIS Workflow Manager.

Prerequisites

Cartography with Esri Production Mapping (10.0)

  • Format: Instructor-Led
  • Duration: 2 days (16 hours)
  • ArcGIS Version: 10.0

Description

Esri Production Mapping provides cartographic tools for managing map products; creating high-quality, high-volume map products; and generating reference grids based on product specifications. In this course, you will work with Esri Production Mapping cartographic tools to create and manage map documents in the Product Library, symbolize data with Views and the Visual Specifications tool, work with geographic representations, and create dynamic tables in the layout.

Who Should Attend

GIS technicians, spatial data managers, and project managers who need to create cartographic products using Esri Production Mapping.

Goals

After completing this course, you will be able to

  • Manage cartographic production with the Product Library.
  • Create cartographic data such as grids and graticule layers.
  • Symbolize data using Views and the Visual Specifications tool.
  • Edit cartographic features using representations.
  • Create and manage layouts and elements such as dynamic tables.
  • Print, publish, and export cartographic products.
  • Maintain cartographic products.

Prerequisites

Data Editing with Esri Production Mapping (10.0)

  • Format: Instructor-Led
  • Duration: 3 days (24 hours)
  • ArcGIS Version: 10.0

Description

Esri Production Mapping is an extension to ArcGIS for Desktop used for high-volume database production, maintenance, and quality control. In this course, you will learn how Esri Production Mapping is configured to enhance geodatabase validation using the product library. You will also gain proficiency with the editing, attribution, and data loading tools included with Esri Production Mapping.

Who Should Attend

GIS technicians, spatial data managers, and project managers who need to create and maintain production data with Esri Production Mapping.

Goals

After completing this course, you will be able to

  • Recognize how Esri Production Mapping enhances ArcGIS for Desktop editing workflows.
  • Configure and use the product library to extend geodatabase validation.
  • Batch-load data using the Data Loader.
  • Edit and attribute features using Esri Production Mapping tools.
  • Streamline ArcGIS for Desktop editing workflows.

Prerequisites

Building Geodatabases (10.0)

  • Format:Instructor-Led
  • Duration: 3 days (24 hours)
  • ArcGIS Version: 10.0

 

Description

This course teaches the essential concepts and skills you need to centrally store, manage, and maintain the quality of your GIS data. You will learn how to create a geodatabase, migrate existing data to a geodatabase, and edit data stored in a geodatabase. In course exercises, you will create advanced geodatabase elements that maintain spatial relationships between features and automatically locate and fix errors according to rules and behaviors you set. This course is taught using an ArcInfo license of ArcGIS Desktop 10.0.

 

Who Should Attend

GIS data managers, analysts, specialists, data technicians, database administrators, and other experienced ArcGIS Desktop users.
Note: Those who will be working with a multiuser ArcSDE geodatabase should also enroll in Introduction to the Multiuser Geodatabase, which pairs well with this course.

 

Goals

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Create a file geodatabase and add shapefiles, CAD files, coverages, and Excel spreadsheets to it.
  • Store and manage raster data in a file geodatabase.
  • Create and apply attribute domains, subtypes, topology, and relationship classes to model data and ensure data integrity during editing.
  • Create geodatabase annotation to store and reuse text and graphics that describe features or areas on a map.
  • Create a geometric network to model and analyze a directed flow network such as a utility network.
  • Define a geodatabase schema to efficiently model and store your data.

 

Prerequisites

Configuring and Managing the Multiuser Geodatabase

  • Format: Instructor-Led
  • Duration: 3 days (24 hours)
  • ArcGIS Version: 10.1

Description

This course prepares you to successfully deploy a multiuser geodatabase to manage your organization's critical geographic data assets. You will learn about the multiuser geodatabase architecture and installation options, and how to configure the geodatabase for efficient data storage and delivery of data access and editing capabilities to many users. Although course exercises use the enterprise geodatabase, many course concepts also apply to workgroup geodatabases.

Who Should Attend

Spatial database administrators and GIS data managers who need to create, configure, and manage a multiuser ArcSDE geodatabase.

Goals

After completing this course, you will be able to

  • Install ArcSDE technology and configure it for your relational database management system.
  • Create and connect to a multiuser geodatabase.
  • Efficiently load and update data in a multiuser geodatabase.
  • Configure storage settings to support your organization's data management workflows.
  • Set up user roles and permissions to provide secure data access.
  • Apply best practices to optimize geodatabase performance.

Prerequisites

  • Completion of ArcGIS II: Essential Workflows or equivalent knowledge is required.
  • Experience managing a relational database management system is required.

ArcGIS for Server: Sharing GIS Content on the Web

  • Format: Instructor-Led
  • Duration: 2 days (16 hours)
  • ArcGIS Version: 10.1

Description

This course teaches how to deliver geographic information so that it can be effectively used by colleagues, decision-makers, and non-GIS audiences. You will learn how to share your professional maps, data, and workflows by creating and publishing high-performing GIS services that can be accessed from desktop computers, web browsers, and mobile devices.

Who Should Attend

  • GIS analysts, specialists, and other experienced ArcGIS users who want to share GIS resources in web maps and web-mapping applications.
  • Developers who want to incorporate GIS services and web maps into custom applications.

Goals

After completing this course, you will be able to

  • Author and publish map services to share your authoritative GIS data.
  • Create and publish image services to provide fast access to imagery.
  • Design and build a map cache to maximize map service performance.
  • Publish a geoprocessing service to share your GIS models and analysis results.
  • Publish a feature service to enable data editing in a web application.
  • Share GIS resources as stand-alone services and in web maps and web-mapping applications.

Prerequisites

Introduction to Geoprocessing Scripts Using Python

  • Format: Instructor-Led
  • Duration: 3 days (24 hours)
  • ArcGIS Version: 10.0

Description

The ArcGIS geoprocessing framework includes a scripting environment, and Python is the scripting language included with ArcGIS. This course introduces the Python scripting syntax and shows how to use scripts to access and automate geoprocessing tasks. You will also work with ArcPy, an Esri-developed site package for Python that integrates Python scripts into ArcGIS Desktop.

Who Should Attend

  • GIS specialists, analysts, data processors, and other experienced ArcGIS Desktop users who want to automate GIS workflows.

Goals

After completing this course, you will be able to

  • Write Python scripts using proper syntax.
  • Incorporate cursors, describe objects, and list objects into scripts to manage and update data.
  • Understand commonly used ArcPy classes and functions.
  • Access geoprocessing tools and specify environment settings in scripts.
  • Debug scripts and write code to handle errors.
  • Attach a script to a custom tool.
  • Use ArcPy classes and geometry objects to create and update features and perform geoprocessing operations.
  • Automate the production and exporting of a map series using the ArcPy mapping module.

Prerequisites

Programming ArcGIS Desktop Using Add-Ins (10.0)

  • Format: Instructor-Led
  • Duration: 2 days (16 hours)
  • ArcGIS Version: 10.0

Description

Add-ins provide a simple and lightweight approach to most common customizations and can be shared easily via e-mail, network shares, and public download. In this course, you will learn best practices for building add-ins to deliver custom ArcGIS functionality and how to integrate ArcObjects to deploy custom GIS processes. This course is taught with an ArcInfo license of ArcGIS Desktop 10.0 software.

Who Should Attend

  • Developers and GIS professionals with experience in C#, VB.NET, and ArcGIS Desktop software.

Goals

After completing this course, you will be able to

  • Use Visual Studio templates to efficiently create an add-in project.
  • Build add-ins to extend the ArcGIS Desktop interface with custom buttons, tools, and dockable windows.
  • Integrate Desktop ArcObjects with add-in buttons and tools to build a custom solution.
  • Choose an appropriate add-in deployment option for your needs.

Prerequisites

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