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This course is a hands on approach to building Geographic Information System (GIS) maps using Arcmap 10 and ArcCatalog.
The Course starts out with the instructor talking about ESRI ArcGIS 10 user interface and how to download data and import it into Arcmap 10.
Overtime the course will evolve from simple tools and situations into complex geoprocessing techniques and results transforming the student into a power user.
The exciting part about this course is that the Instructor teaches everything using one geographical location constantly adding new layers and advanced tools to the exercise.
The Course comprises 12 lectures each with HD video showing the advantages of using ESRI ArcGIS 10 Software and how a professional or novice would build great looking maps as well as when and where to execute GIS tools.
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|Section 1: Introduction|
Lecture 1: IntroductionPreview
|Section 2: Navigating the Interface|
Lecture 2: Navigating the InterfacePreview
Lecture 3: Arc Catalog
Lecture 4: Downloading Data and Importing
Lecture 5: ArcToolbox
Lecture 6: The Attribute Table
|Section 3: Building Maps|
Lecture 7: Building Your First Map
Lecture 8: Creating Feature Classes
Lecture 9: Symbology
Lecture 10: Layout View
|Section 4: Editing and Geoprocessing|
Lecture 11: Editing using the editor toolbar
Lecture 12: Geoprocessing
Jonas Ball is a geoscientist and a GIS Power User with over 10 years of experience on various projects.His teaching style involves more down-to-earth tactics and hands on approach that delivers a stress-free vibe while establishing new ways to conduct research. Jonas has an ArcGIS Certificate from Texas A&M University Kingsville where he designed and executed projects at the Geospatial lab on campus, overtime working on other projects in the GIS world with a focus on Geoscience research.