* Simple Editing * Feature Creation Tools * Labels & Annotation Day 2 ArcGIS Goals for the Afternoon

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* Simple Editing * Feature Creation Tools * Labels & Annotation Day 2 ArcGIS Goals for the Afternoon Slide 2 Simple editing in ArcMap Slide 3 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-3 Editing in ArcMap Data that can be edited Shapefile: ArcView Personal geodatabase (simple features): ArcView Personal geodatabase (all features): ArcEditor ArcSDE geodatabase: ArcEditor Edit source feature class Only one workspace at a time Only one data frame at a time Slide 4 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-4 Starting to edit Editor toolbar Starting an edit session Slide 5 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-5 Standard Cut, copy, and paste work across layers Using other toolbars while editing DeleteCopy Cut Redo PasteUndo Slide 6 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-6 Select features Uses selectable layers Shift-click to add or remove features from the selection Move selected features Editor > Move moves a feature delta x,y Edit tool Slide 7 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-7 Shared Edit tool Moves coincident geometry in a feature dataset Use Integrate to make coordinates coincident Slide 8 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-8 Rotate tool Rotates a feature around the selection anchor Move the selection anchor Press A to specify an exact angle Positive angles are clockwise Selection anchor Slide 9 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-9 Attributes window Change values for one feature Change values for all selected features Copy values from one feature to another Undo/Redo any changes Editing attributes Layer Selected features Attribute values Slide 10 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-10 Are shapes Work with the current task Create New Feature Select Features Using A Line More Sketches Current task Slide 11 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-11 Sketch is used to add new features to the target layer Other operations that create new features Division, Buffer, Copy parallel, Paste Create New Feature task Finished sketch Target layer Slide 12 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-12 Creates a sketch Click once to add vertices Double-click to finish the sketch Sketch tool Click Double-click Slide 13 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-13 Snapping Snap to layer geometry Order set in Snapping dialog (drag and drop) Snap to sketch geometry Cursor displays snap location Tolerance Slide 14 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-14 End The endpoints of a line Vertex Edge Anywhere along a segment Connection A custom snapping point Only visible if custom feature exists Layer snapping Connections Circuit Edge End Vertex Slide 15 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-15 Sketch snapping Snapping based on the current sketch Perpendicular to sketch The next segment will snap perpendicular to the previous Edit sketch vertices Edit sketch edges Slide 16 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-16 General options Decimal places Snapping tolerance Stretch features proportionally Stream options Tolerance Number of points in an Undo operation Slide 17 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-17 Exercise 4a: Simple Editing Do some simple editing Move Rotate Create Edit attributes Slide 18 Using the feature creation tools Slide 19 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-19 Feature Creation Tools Overview Create features in the target layer Divide Buffer Copy Parallel Union Intersect Create features in the same layer Split Merge Slide 20 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-20 Divide Creates features at a given interval along a line Can specify number or distance Electric line Target layer Poles Slide 21 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-21 Buffer Buffers selected features by a specified distance Two discrete polygons in target layer Slide 22 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-22 Copy Parallel Copies a line feature parallel to the original feature Positive is on the right side of the feature Creates feature in target layer Slide 23 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-23 Union and Intersect Creates features in the target layer Does not delete original features Union Example: Creating a sales territory Intersect Example: Overlapping area of sales territories Slide 24 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-24 Clip Preserves or discards the intersected area Buffer distance Only modifies editable polygon layers Geometry removed within 20 units of selected line Slide 25 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-25 Split and Merge Replace existing feature with new feature Honors Split and Merge rules Merge Line or polygon Example: Combining two parcels Split Line By percentage or distance Example: Splitting a water main in half Slide 26 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-26 Exercise 4b: Try using the Feature Creation Tools Experiment with Clip and Copy Parallel Slide 27 Working with labels and annotation Slide 28 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-28 Labels and Annotation Labeling options Label placement Label visibility Grouping labels Generating annotation Dimensioning Slide 29 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-29 Labeling options Labels Displayed on the fly Stored as a property of the layer Annotation Stored as a feature Stored separately from the source feature class Graphics layer Geodatabase Slide 30 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-30 Point placement Placement options Use predefined placement scheme Place label on point Hierarchy of angles Rules for conflicts Weights between labels and features Predefined scheme Label on point Angles 45 and 225 Slide 31 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-31 Label placement Constraints Based on orientation Position on line On start point or endpoint Along line Map units offset Angle Make labels follow the curve of the line At the endpoint Below or to the leftAbove or to the right Following the curve of the line Slide 32 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-32 Label visibility Scale ranges Independent of layer Labels are displayed between these scales 1:1 1:100,0001:75,0001:45,000Label scale range Feature scale range 45,000 0 Slide 33 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-33 Labeling with an expression Visual Basic Script or JavaScript Simple concatenation + JavaScript & Visual Basic Script Logical expressions Click Advanced If...Then New line "\n" JavaScript "vbNewLine" Visual Basic Script [Name] & vbNewLine & [POPULATION] Slide 34 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-34 Labeling features differently Classes are groups of features labeled the same way (e.g., larger cities displayed with larger text) Can create multiple classes SQL expression defines the features in a class Slide 35 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-35 Setting reference scale For a data frame Text scales with the map features Set reference scale Zoom with reference scale set Zoom with reference scale off Slide 36 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-36 Creating annotation Convert labels to annotation Current scale is used as the reference scale Options for storage Define an annotation feature class in ArcCatalog Feature linked Annotation is added with new feature Convert from coverage annotation Tool in Labels category of the Customize dialog Slide 37 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-37 Storing annotation In a graphics layer As geodatabase features When the source feature moves, the annotation does not move As feature-linked geodatabase features When the source feature moves, so does the annotation Slide 38 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-38 Overflow window List of labels that could not be placed Options Slide 39 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-39 Exercise 4c: Try Labelling your Data Slide 40 Copyright 19992001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-40 Ticket Out Email the map that you created. Slide 41 Congratulations, You Did it! You made it through ArcGIS Training Day!