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CityEngine is a registered trademark of Procedural AG and is distributed underlicense by Esri.</p> <p>Other companies and products or services mentioned herein may be trademarks, service marks or registered marks of theirrespective mark owners.</p> <p>Course introduction</p> <p>IntroductionCourse goalsAdditional resourcesInstalling the course dataIcons used in this workbookUnderstanding the ArcGIS Platform</p> <p>1 Getting started with ArcGIS Pro</p> <p>Lesson introductionSign in to ArcGIS ProExercise 1: Locate and use common functionality</p> <p>Start ArcGIS Pro and create a projectAdd a folder connection and add dataUse the ArcGIS Pro Help to find toolsUse the Explore tool to navigate the mapExplore feature attributesSelect features interactivelyModify project propertiesLocate features</p> <p>Lesson review</p> <p>2 Creating geodatabase data</p> <p>Lesson introductionCommon GIS data sourcesData properties to considerExplore data sourcesGeoprocessing in ArcGIS ProGetting data into the geodatabaseExercise 2A: Convert data into the geodatabase</p> <p>Convert feature classes from one geodatabase to anotherConvert a shapefile into a geodatabaseView data in ArcGIS Pro</p> <p>Importing subsets of dataCreate spatial and attribute queriesExercise 2B: Create and export subsets of data using queries</p> <p>Create an attribute query and export featuresCreate a spatial query and export features</p> <p>Lesson review</p> <p>i</p> <p>3 Using ModelBuilder for data conversion</p> <p>Lesson introductionUses of ModelBuilderExplore a modelUsing models to automate processesExercise 3: Build a model to convert multiple shapefiles</p> <p>Create a model and set its propertiesAdd an iterator to the model and set its parametersAdd a conversion tool to the model and set its properties</p> <p>Lesson review</p> <p>4 Visualizing data</p> <p>Lesson introductionSymbolizing layersView symbolized dataClassifying numeric dataExercise 4A: Symbolize vector data</p> <p>Symbolize data using unique valuesSymbolize data using graduated colorsSymbolize points using graduated symbolsSymbolize features by density</p> <p>Set scale dependencies and definition queriesExercise 4B: Control the visibility of features</p> <p>Add a new map to a project, and then add layersSet scale dependenciesCreate definition queries</p> <p>Show raster symbology optionsLesson review</p> <p>5 Adding text to the map</p> <p>Lesson introductionLabeling basicsExercise 5A: Add and modify labels</p> <p>Create a new map and add a layerLabel the featuresChange the label fieldModify the label fontChange the label position</p> <p>Label classesExercise 5B: Create label classes and scale dependencies</p> <p>Explore attributesCreate label classesSet scale dependencies</p> <p>ii</p> <p>Lesson review</p> <p>6 Visualizing data in 3D</p> <p>Lesson introductionWhy should you use 3D?Local and global scenesScene elevation sourceGround elevation surfaceCustom elevation surfaceExtruding featuresExercise 6: Work with 3D scenes</p> <p>Open a map fileConvert a map to a sceneSet elevation properties for the sceneCreate a hillshade layer and set elevation propertiesSet the display propertiesExtrude the damaged buildingsDisplay the earthquakes in 3DLink a 2D view and a 3D scene</p> <p>Lesson review</p> <p>7 Create features from tabular data</p> <p>Lesson introductionWays to create points from tabular dataAdding x,y event dataExercise 7A: Display x,y coordinate data</p> <p>Explore tabular dataDisplay x,y event dataConvert event data into the geodatabase</p> <p>Geocoding addressesGeocoding stepsAddress locatorsExercise 7B: Geocode address locations</p> <p>Add and explore dataCreate an address locatorGeocode addressesExplore output data</p> <p>Lesson review</p> <p>8 Relating tabular data</p> <p>Lesson introductionAssociating tablesCardinalityJoins</p> <p>iii</p> <p>RelatesCreating a relateExercise 8: Join and relate tabular data</p> <p>Add a table and explore its attributesConvert an Excel file to a geodatabase tableAdd and calculate a fieldJoin the tablesUse the joined fieldsExport the joined layerCreate a relate</p> <p>Choose join or relateLesson review</p> <p>9 Creating new features</p> <p>Lesson introductionCreating features and attributesExercise 9: Edit features and attributes</p> <p>Modify a feature templateDigitize a polygon featureUpdate attributesDigitize line features</p> <p>Lesson review</p> <p>10 Modifying existing features</p> <p>Lesson introductionWhy modify features?Feature modification toolsExercise 10: Use feature modification tools</p> <p>Modify verticesReshape a featureSplit a polygonMerge polygon features</p> <p>Lesson review</p> <p>11 Using ModelBuilder for analysis</p> <p>Lesson introductionTypes of analysisModelBuilder and analysisSelecting by attributes and bufferingThe Clip and Intersect toolsExercise 11: Create a model to analyze robberies</p> <p>Insert a map and create a modelQuery robberiesAdd the Buffer tool to the model and set parameters</p> <p>iv</p> <p>Add the Clip tool to the model and set parametersAdd the Intersect tool to the model and set parametersRun the model and view the resultsModify parameters and rerun the modelPrepare the model for sharing</p> <p>Lesson review</p> <p>12 Sharing a static map</p> <p>Lesson introductionOverview of sharing in ArcGIS ProWhat is a map layout?Map layout objectivesLayout designAn improved map designCreate a layout and add map elementsExercise 12: Create and share a map</p> <p>Create a layoutAdd a map frame to the layoutAdd map elements to the layoutCreate another layout in the projectExport the map to PDF</p> <p>Lesson review</p> <p>13 Sharing dynamic maps</p> <p>Lesson introductionDynamic sharingSharing roles and permissionsSharing content to ArcGIS OnlineExercise 13: Package data using ArcGIS Pro</p> <p>Share a map packageShare a web mapAccess shared content</p> <p>Lesson review</p> <p>Appendixes</p> <p>Appendix A: Esri data license agreementAppendix B: Answers to lesson review questions</p> <p>v</p> <p>Lesson 1: Getting started with ArcGIS ProLesson 2: Creating geodatabase dataLesson 3: Using ModelBuilder for data conversionLesson 4: Visualizing dataLesson 5: Adding text to the mapLesson 6: Visualizing data in 3DLesson 7: Create features from tabular dataLesson 8: Relating tabular dataLesson 9: Creating new featuresLesson 10: Modifying existing featuresLesson 11: Using ModelBuilder for analysisLesson 12: Sharing a static mapLesson 13: Sharing dynamic maps</p> <p>vi</p> <p>Table of Contents</p>


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