Focus On Geodatabases In Arcgis Pro

Author: David W. Allen
Editor: ESRI Press
ISBN: 9781589484450
File Size: 66,10 MB
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Focus on Geodatabases in ArcGIS Pro introduces readers to the geodatabase, the comprehensive information model for representing and managing geographic information across the ArcGIS platform. Sharing best practices for creating and maintaining data integrity, chapter topics include the careful design of a geodatabase schema, building geodatabases that include data integrity rules, populating geodatabases with existing data, working with topologies, editing data using various techniques, building 3D views, and sharing data on the web. Each chapter includes important concepts with hands-on, step-by-step tutorials, sample projects and datasets, 'Your turn' segments with less instruction, study questions for classroom use, and an independent project. Instructor resources are available by request.

Mapping With Arcgis Pro

Author: Amy Rock
Editor: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1788291875
File Size: 60,81 MB
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Implementing the ArcGIS Pro technique to design accurate, user friendly maps and making appropriate cartographic decisions Key Features - Build visually stunning and useful maps; - Understand the cartographic workflows and the decisions you must take before creating the map; - Learn to create appropriate map elements and layout designs -Use the ArcGIS Online's Smart Mapping technique to create clear webmaps Book Description ArcGIS Pro is a geographic information system for working with maps and geographic information. This book will help you create visually stunning maps that increase the legibility of the stories being mapped and introduce visual and design concepts into a traditionally scientific, data-driven process. The book begins by outlining the steps of gathering data from authoritative sources and lays out the workflow of creating a great map. Once the plan is in place you will learn how to organize the Contents Pane in ArcGIS Pro and identify the steps involved in streamlining the production process. Then you will learn Cartographic Design techniques using ArcGIS Pro's feature set to organize the page structure and create a custom set of color swatches. You will be then exposed to the techniques required to ensure your data is clear and legible no matter the size or scale of your map. The later chapters will help you understand the various projection systems, trade-offs between them, and the proper applications of them to make sure your maps are accurate and visually appealing. Finally, you will be introduced to the ArcGIS Online ecosystem and how ArcGIS Pro can utilize it within the application. You will learn Smart Mapping, a new feature of ArcGIS Online that will help you to make maps that are visually stunning and useful. By the end of this book, you will feel more confident in making appropriate cartographic decisions. What you will learn - Using ArcGIS Pro to create visually stunning maps and make confident cartographic decisions - Leverage precise layout grids that will organize and guide the placement of map elements - Make appropriate decisions about color and symbols - Critically evaluate and choose the perfect projection for your data - Create clear webmaps that focus the reader’s attention using ArcGIS Online’s Smart Mapping capabilities Who this book is for If you are a GIS analyst or a Map designer who would like to create and design a map with ArcGIS Pro then this book is for you. A basic GIS knowledge is assumed.

Learning Arcgis Pro 2

Author: Tripp Corbin
Editor: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1839219513
File Size: 61,38 MB
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Create 2D maps and 3D scenes, analyze GIS data, and share your results with the GIS community using the latest ArcGIS Pro 2 features Key Features Get up to speed with the new ribbon-based user interface, projects, models, and common workflows in ArcGIS Pro 2 Learn how to visualize, maintain, and analyze GIS data Automate analysis and processes with ModelBuilder and Python scripts Book Description Armed with powerful tools to visualize, maintain, and analyze data, ArcGIS Pro 2 is Esri's newest desktop geographic information system (GIS) application that uses the modern ribbon interface and a 64-bit processor to make using GIS faster and more efficient. This second edition of Learning ArcGIS Pro will show you how you can use this powerful desktop GIS application to create maps, perform spatial analysis, and maintain data. The book begins by showing you how to install ArcGIS and listing the software and hardware prerequisites. You’ll then understand the concept of named user licensing and learn how to navigate the new ribbon interface to leverage the power of ArcGIS Pro for managing geospatial data. Once you’ve got to grips with the new interface, you’ll build your first GIS project and understand how to use the different project resources available. The book shows you how to create 2D and 3D maps by adding layers and setting and managing the symbology and labeling. You’ll also discover how to use the analysis tool to visualize geospatial data. In later chapters, you’ll be introduced to Arcade, the new lightweight expression language for ArcGIS, and then advance to creating complex labels using Arcade expressions. Finally, you'll use Python scripts to automate and standardize tasks and models in ArcGIS Pro. By the end of this ArcGIS Pro book, you’ll have developed the core skills needed for using ArcGIS Pro 2.x competently. What you will learn Navigate the user interface to create maps, perform analysis, and manage data Display data based on discrete attribute values or range of values Label features on a GIS map based on one or more attributes using Arcade Create map books using the map series functionality Share ArcGIS Pro maps, projects, and data with other GIS community members Explore the most used geoprocessing tools for performing spatial analysis Create Tasks based on common workflows to standardize processes Automate processes using ModelBuilder and Python scripts Who this book is for If you want to learn ArcGIS Pro to create maps and, edit and analyze geospatial data, this ArcGIS book is for you. No knowledge of GIS fundamentals or experience with any GIS tool or ArcGIS software suite is required. Basic Windows skills, such as navigating and file management, are all you need.

Learning Arcgis Pro

Author: Tripp Corbin, GISP
Editor: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1785289888
File Size: 69,25 MB
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Create, analyze, maintain, and share 2D and 3D maps with the powerful tools of ArcGIS Pro About This Book Visualize GIS data in 2D and 3D maps Create GIS projects for quick and easy access to data, maps, and analysis tools A practical guide that helps to import maps, globes, and scenes from ArcMap, ArcScene, or ArcGlobe Who This Book Is For This book is for anyone wishing to learn how ArcGIS Pro can be used to create maps and perform geospatial analysis. It will be especially helpful for those that have used ArcMap and ArcCatalog in the past and are looking to migrate to Esri's newest desktop GIS solution. Though previous GIS experience is not required, you must have a solid foundation using Microsoft Windows. It is also helpful if you understand how to manage folders and files within the Microsoft Windows environment. What You Will Learn Install ArcGIS Pro and assign Licenses to users in your organization Navigate and use the ArcGIS Pro ribbon interface to create maps and perform analysis Create and manage ArcGIS Pro GIS Projects Create 2D and 3D maps to visualize and analyze data Author map layouts using cartographic tools and best practices to show off the results of your analysis and maps Import existing map documents, scenes, and globes into your new ArcGIS Pro projects quickly Create standardized workflows using Tasks Automate analysis and processes using ModelBuilder and Python In Detail ArcGIS Pro is Esri's newest desktop GIS application with powerful tools for visualizing, maintaining, and analyzing data. ArcGIS Pro makes use of the modern ribbon interface and 64-bit processing to increase the speed and efficiency of using GIS. It allows users to create amazing maps in both 2D and 3D quickly and easily. This book will take you from software installation to performing geospatial analysis. It is packed with how-to's for a host of commonly-performed tasks. You will start by learning how to download and install the software including hardware limitations and recommendations. Then you are exposed to the new Ribbon interface and how its smart design can make finding tools easier. After you are exposed to the new interface, you are walked through the steps to create a new GIS Project to provide quick access to project resources. With a project created, you will learn how to construct 2D and 3D maps including how to add layers, adjust symbology, and control labeling. Next you will learn how to access and use analysis tools to help you answer real-world questions. Lastly, you will learn how processes can be automated and standardized in ArcGIS Pro using Tasks, Models, and Python Scripts. This book will provide an invaluable resource for all those seeking to use ArcGIS Pro as their primary GIS application or for those looking to migrate from ArcMap and ArcCatalog. Style and approach This book includes detailed explanations of the GIS functionality and workflows in ArcGIS Pro. These are supported by easy-to-follow exercises that will help you gain an understanding of how to use ArcGIS Pro to perform a range of tasks.

Mastering Arcgis Enterprise Administration

Author: Chad Cooper
Editor: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1788296842
File Size: 74,40 MB
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Learn how to confidently install, configure, secure, and fully utilize your ArcGIS Enterprise system. About This Book Install and configure the components of ArcGIS Enterprise to meet your organization's requirements Administer all aspects of ArcGIS Enterprise through user interfaces and APIs Optimize and Secure ArcGIS Enterprise to make it run efficiently and effectively Who This Book Is For This book will be geared toward senior GIS analysts, GIS managers, GIS administrators, DBAs, GIS architects, and GIS engineers that need to install, configure, and administer ArcGIS Enterprise 10.5.1. What You Will Learn Effectively install and configure ArcGIS Enterprise, including the Enterprise geodatabase, ArcGIS Server, and Portal for ArcGIS Incorporate different methodologies to manage and publish services Utilize the security methods available in ArcGIS Enterprise Use Python and Python libraries from Esri to automate administrative tasks Identify the common pitfalls and errors to get your system back up and running quickly from an outage In Detail ArcGIS Enterprise, the next evolution of the ArcGIS Server product line, is a full-featured mapping and analytics platform. It includes a powerful GIS web services server and a dedicated Web GIS infrastructure for organizing and sharing your work. You will learn how to first install ArcGIS Enterprise to then plan, design, and finally publish and consume GIS services. You will install and configure an Enterprise geodatabase and learn how to administer ArcGIS Server, Portal, and Data Store through user interfaces, the REST API, and Python scripts. This book starts off by explaining how ArcGIS Enterprise 10.5.1 is different from earlier versions of ArcGIS Server and covers the installation of all the components required for ArcGIS Enterprise. We then move on to geodatabase administration and content publication, where you will learn how to use ArcGIS Server Manager to view the server logs, stop and start services, publish services, define users and roles for security, and perform other administrative tasks. You will also learn how to apply security mechanisms on ArcGIS Enterprise and safely expose services to the public in a secure manner. Finally, you'll use the RESTful administrator API to automate server management tasks using the Python scripting language. You'll learn all the best practices and troubleshooting methods to streamline the management of all the interconnected parts of ArcGIS Enterprise. Style and approach The book takes a pragmatic approach, starting with installation & configuration of ArcGIS Enterprise to finally building a robust GIS web infrastructure for your organization.

Acsm Bulletin

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Learning Arcgis Runtime Sdk For Net

Author: Ron Vincent
Editor: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1785884670
File Size: 73,69 MB
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Learn how to build native, cross-platform mapping apps with this comprehensive and practical guide, using the MVVM pattern About This Book Enhance the user experience with the power of ArcGIS runtime SDK for .NET. This clear, well segregated book has all the information you need on ArcGIS Runtime SDK. Just name it—this book has it! This highly practical book empowers you to build your own custom application! Get to know the inner details of ArcGIS Runtime SDK from our experts, in this book written by Ron Vincent, with 24 years' experience in the GIS industry and many in GIS training. Who This Book Is For This book caters to long-term users of Esri's technologies that are new to mobile development or are transitioning from older Esri technologies such as ArcGIS Engine. It is also for users who are unfamiliar with Esri or GIS and are in need of a mapping solution for either their desktop or a mobile platform, or both. The book requires knowledge of .NET. What You Will Learn Understand and implement the MVVM pattern using MVVM Light Create and add layers from offline and online resources such as ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS for Server Create a 2D or 3D map and decide what kind of symbology to use Symbolize the layers based on the geometry Search and find objects in the layers Geocode an address and create a route using an address Edit layer objects from online content and offline content Test the application using test-driven development and then build and release the application for the intended audience In Detail ArcGIS is a geographic information system (GIS) that enables you to work with maps and geographic information. It can be used to create and utilize maps, compile geographic data, analyze mapped information, share and discover geographic information and manage geographic information in a database. This book starts by showing you where ArcGIS Runtime fits within Esri's overall platform strategy. You'll create an initial map using the SDK, then use it to get an understanding of the MVVM model. You'll find out about the different kinds of layers and start adding layers, and you'll learn to transform maps into a 3D scene. The next chapters will help you comprehend and extract information contained in the maps using co-ordinates and layer objects. Towards the end, you will learn to set the symbology, decide whether to use 2D or 3D, see how to implement 2D or 3D, and learn to search and find objects. You'll also get to grips with many other standard features of the Application Programming Interface (API), including create applications and finally testing, licensing, and deploying them. Once completed, you will be able to meet most of the common requirements of any mapping application for desktop or mobile platforms. Style and approach This comprehensive book takes a completely practical approach, where every chapter explains the important concepts and demonstrates a practical application of them in a hands-on manner.

Programming Arcgis With Python Cookbook

Author: Eric Pimpler
Editor: Packt Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 1785281259
File Size: 67,77 MB
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The book kicks off with the fundamentals of starting to use Python with ArcGIS, followed by recipes on managing map documents and layers, including how to find and fix broken data links in these files. In the second part of the book, you will learn to create custom geoprocessing tools and how to use the Attribute and Location tools to select specific features. The third part of the book covers topics for advanced users including the REST API, and also teaches you how to use Python with ArcGIS Pro. The book finishes with appendices covering how to automate Python scripts, and the five things that should be at the back of every GIS programmer's mind.

Emerging Trends In Open Source Geographic Information Systems

Author: Srivastava, Naveenchandra N.
Editor: IGI Global
ISBN: 1522550402
File Size: 21,32 MB
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Open access to information of geographic places and spatial relationships provides an essential part of the analytical processing of spatial data. Access to connected geospatial programs allows for improvement in teaching and understanding science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Emerging Trends in Open Source Geographic Information Systems provides emerging research on the applications of free and open software in geographic information systems in various fields of study. While highlighting topics such as data warehousing, hydrological modeling, and software packages, this publication explores the assessment and techniques of open software functionality and interfaces. This book is an important resource for professionals, researchers, academicians, and students seeking current research on the different types and uses of data and data analysis in geographic information systems.

Future Of The City

Author: DIFA Deutsche Immobilien Fonds AG.
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Zukunftsweisender Stadtebau muss heute anderen Anspruchen genugen als noch vor 20 Jahren. DIe Stadt als Lebensraum braucht offentliche Platze, braucht die raumliche Durchmischung von Arbeit, Wohnen und Freizeit - kurz: sie braucht Leben. DAs Stadtquartier spielt in dieser Entwicklung eine zentrale Rolle: Im stadtebaulichen Wettbewerb des renommierten DIFA-AWARD wurden 2004 nachhaltige integrative Beitrage zur Belebung der Innenstadte ausgezeichnet, neue Modelle der Burgerbeteiligung spielten dabei eine wichtige Rolle. Das Buch prasentiert die 32 besten innerstadtischen Quartiere Europas. NAmhafte Autoren wie Albert Speer, Hartmut HauSSermann, Jorn Walter kommentieren die herausragenden Projekte und auSSern sich zu den Perspektiven europaischer Stadtentwicklung.