Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 2

ArcGIS 2: Essential Workflows (Duration: 3 days)

Authoring, sharing, and using GIS maps

Creating and editing data

Understanding the workflow

Editing workflow

Creating maps that combine local data

Feature templates

with ArcGIS Online content

Creating new features

Publishing a map to the web

Updating feature shapes and attributes

Editing data using an ArcGIS Online

Organising geographic data

Finding data for a project

Storing data from different sources in a file

Labeling features


Labeling workflow and options

Documenting data for a project

Understanding reference scale

Automating label placement using Maplex

Setting scale ranges to improve map

Python label expressions


Designing map layouts

Presenting filtered views of data using

Cartographic design principles

definition queries

Adding map elements

Creating group layers and basemap layers

Creating and publishing single maps and

Managing map layers


to organise map contents

Displaying data

Understanding quantitative and qualitative


Symbolising features by attribute values

Classification methods

Normalising data

Working with tabular data

Adding fields and calculating values

Summarising fields

Table joins and relates

map books
Preparing data for analysis

Evaluating data quality

Changing a dataset's coordinate system

Solving spatial problems

Analysis workflow

Working with geoprocessing tools

Creating models

Sharing geographic information

Options for sharing maps and layers

Sharing analysis workflows using

geoprocessing packages

Publishing a map service

ArcGIS 3: Performing Analysis (Duration: 2 days)

GIS analysis workflow

Using raster data for suitability analysis

Types of spatial analysis

Binary and weighted suitability models

Steps in the workflow

Suitability scales and levels of

Options for sharing results


Preparing data for analysis

Reclassifying data

Evaluating data quality

Determining the optimal location for a

Correcting spatial reference issues

Sharing results as a map service

Proximity analysis

Analysing spatial patterns

Quantifying patterns using spatial statistics

Categories of proximity analysis

Spatial statistics tools

Choosing the right tool based on the

Hot spot analysis

required output

Building a model to analyse the


distribution of public safety incidents

Measuring proximity: Geodesic or


Performing proximity analysis to plan

emergency response activities

Overlay analysis

Sharing the model as a geoprocessing

Modelling temporal data

What is time-aware data?

Techniques and tools

Analysing patterns in temporal data

Apportioning attributes

Working with animations and the time

Performing overlay analysis to estimate

tornado damage

Using model iterators and variables

Creating geoprocessing packages to

share results


Sharing results as an animated map