Over 60 hands-on recipes to help you become a more productive ArcGIS for Desktop user
ArcGIS for Desktop is one of the strongest components of the Esri ArcGIS platform. Users find it exciting because it has a lot of powerful tools and can work with a wide range of spatial data formats.
This book will make you a more effective and efficient GIS user by showing you how to use ArcGIS for Desktop to create your own geodatabase model and manage layers, symbols, and label styles. Furthermore it will help you learn how to create map documents, edit data in feature classes, find and fix topological errors, analyze surfaces, and most importantly create 3D representations, import and export several different data formats, and much more.
What You Will Learn
Design your geodatabase schema
Edit geometry and attributes of the features in a geodatabase
Get accustomed to working with Coordinate Reference System (CRS)
Create custom symbols and labels for a better-looking map
Use geocode addresses and learn how to work with routes and events
Perform spatial analyses with the Spatial Analyst extension
Design a 3D representation of data with the 3D Analyst extension
Use the Data Interoperability tools to import and export your data
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