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Arc gis desktop_and_geoprocessing

  1. 1. Welcome #EUC11
  2. 2. ArcGIS for Desktop Elisa Gómez Goñi Ignacio Vázquez Vélez- Technical Marketing, Esri Spain- October 27, 2011
  3. 3. Session overview What is ArcGIS Desktop Data & Maps Editing data Geoprocessing Sharing resources Summary
  4. 4. Introduction
  5. 5. ArcGIS System Cloud Web • Visualization • Authoring • Sharing Online • Searching • Management Mobile • Analysis Enterprise Desktop
  6. 6. ArcGIS for Desktop ArcCatalog ArcMap Spatial Analyst Schematics Analyst Network Analyst Tracking Analyst 3D Analyst Maplex Geostatistical Analyst Data Interoperability Extensions
  7. 7. Data & Maps
  8. 8. Data formats VECTOR RASTER Shapefile ESRI GRID ArcINFO Coverage GEODATABASE AutoCAD DWG - Raster dataset GEODATABASE - Raster catalog - Feature class - Mosaic dataset Spatial types TIFF MrSID More… TABLES DTED Excel NITF DBF JPEG 2000 CSV ENVI Need more? Txt ECW Use Data Interoperability Extension
  9. 9. Geodatabase • Geographic Data Store • Scalable, multi-user • Complex data • Core ArcGIS Data model Survey Addresses Networks • Managing and representing data Vectors Annotations • Data integrity 3D Objects Attributes • Transactional model for GIS workflows Topology Dimensions • Versioning Terrain Parcels • Replication & Archiving CAD Cartography • Scalable Raster - Personal, File, Enterprise.
  10. 10. Data models in GDB • Simple & Complex Data • Spatial integrity • Topology • Alphanumeric integrity • Subtypes • Domains • Special behaviours • Geometric networks • Networks • Parcel Fabric • http://support.esri.com/datamodels
  11. 11. DataDEMO
  12. 12. ArcMap • Interact • Print / Export • Serve
  13. 13. Interacting• Basemaps - ArcGIS Online basemaps. - Basemap layers• Operational information - Fields - Order, visibility, alias, highlight. - Map tips & Identify. - Pop-ups. - Links & Attachments
  14. 14. Print / Export• Symbol selector / editor• Symbol levels• Mask -• Finishing - Representations - Symbol inside GDB - Representation rules - Override geometry - Geomtric effects - Cartographic refinement tools Looking for inspiration? http://resources.arcgis.com/content/maptemplates/about
  15. 15. Print / Export: Layout • Additional maps • Titles • North • Legend • Scale bar / text • Tables • Images • Dynamic text • Grids and Graticules
  16. 16. Print / Export: Map series• Data Driven Pages • Quickly and easily create a series of layout pages from a single map document. • Single layout for each page. • Integrated with dynamic page elements. • Text, scale, extent, north arrow, legend,… • Print or export the entire series. • Automated and extended with arcpy.mapping.
  17. 17. Serving• Remove what you don’t need• Use scale ranges• Simplify your simbology• Don’t use on-the-fly projection• Convert labels to annotations• Use basemap layers• Use MSD• Cache
  18. 18. Maps DEMO
  19. 19. Editing Data
  20. 20. Maintaining data Attribute window Snapping Attributes transference Sketch tools Dates/Subtypes/Domains Spatial operations Topology
  21. 21. Editing geometry • Feature template editing • Tools for feature construction • Snapping environment
  22. 22. Editing attributes • Change values for newly digitized feature. • Edit existing values. • Copy and paste values between features. • Multiple features. • ArcGIS automatically populates OBJECT ID, Shape_Length and Shape_Area fields.
  23. 23. Maintaining attribute and geometrical integrity
  24. 24. Demonstration Editing data
  25. 25. Geoprocessing
  26. 26. What is Geoprocessing?• The ArcGIS system for managing and manipulating data - Solve real-world spatial problems - Model processes and systems - Ask questions; get results• Automate GIS tasks.• Document and Share.
  27. 27. ArcToolbox Toolboxes Tools Tooldatasets
  28. 28. The Geoprocessing Framework
  29. 29. ArcToolbox Toolboxes Tools Tooldatasets
  30. 30. Executing a tool • Background processing • Progress bar • Pop-up notification • Result Window - Process report - Open output files - Rerun a tool - Add result to the map - Copy into ModelBuilder or Python - Copy Python snippet - …
  31. 31. ModelBuilder • Tool for encapsulating workflows - Reusable - Sharable • Visual programming language - Without writing code
  32. 32. Python• Python is a free, cross-platform, open-source programming language that is both powerful and easy to learn.• Native scripting language for ArcGIS 10. - data analysis, data conversion, data management and map automation.• Advantages: - There are many ways to run single tools - Use scripting to develop, execute, and share geoprocessing workflows - Improves productivity
  33. 33. ArcPy• The access point to geoprocessing tools• A package of functions, classes and modules, all related to scripting in ArcGIS - Helper functions that enable workflows (ListFeatureClasses, Describe, SearchCursor, etc) - Classes that can be used to create complex objects (SpatialReference, FieldMap objects) - Modules that provide extended functionality - Mapping - SpatialAnalyst ArcPy - Geostatistical Geostatistical
  34. 34. Writing Python scripts • script.py • Text editor: Notepad, WordPad,… • IDE: PythonWin, IDLE,… • Python Window - Embedded, interactive Python window within ArcGIS - Access to ArcPy, any Python functionality - Great for experimenting with Python - Help pane
  35. 35. Python script tools• Connects Python to ArcGIS• Best way to create and share custom workflows - More accessible than stand-alone Python script - Extends ArcGIS• Integrated with geoprocessing framework - Inherits geoprocessing properties and environments from application - Can be used in ModelBuilder - Works with map layers• Connect parameters to arguments.
  36. 36. Geoprocessing resources http://resources.arcgis.com
  37. 37. Geoprocessing DEMO
  38. 38. Sharing resources
  39. 39. SharingInformation Sharing is Critical
  40. 40. Map export and printingThe traditional ways • Printing - Setting the page size of your map layout • Exporting your map - Multiple formats supported: EMF BMP EPS JPEG AI PNG PDF TIFF SVG GIF - Special settings used to create the PDF files: - Resolution - Output Image Quality - PDF Format options - Data Driven Pages
  41. 41. Sharing as a PackageProfessional to Professional ArcGIS Online ArcGIS for Desktop Sharing Tradecraft New at 10.1 Geoprocessing, Tile, & Locator Map and Layer Packages Packages
  42. 42. Sharing as ServicesProfessional to Everyone• Make it easier to share GIS resources - Unified sharing experience - Comprehensive Analysis - Sharing to servers in the cloud and to ArcGIS Online ArcGIS for Server
  43. 43. Demonstration Sharing resources
  44. 44. Conclusions
  45. 45. Additional resources • ArcGIS Desktop Help: http://help.arcgis.com/es/arcgisdesktop/10.0/help/ind ex.html • http://help.arcgis.com/en/arcgisdesktop/10.0/help/ind ex.html • ArcGIS Desktop Blog: http://blogs.esri.com/Dev/blogs/arcgisdesktop/ • Context-sensitive help within ArcGIS • ArcGIS.com
  46. 46. Resources at the User Conference • Thursday, October 27 - Desktop Road Ahead 10.1. Room N101, 14:30-16:30. - Sharing and Publishing from Desktop and Mobile Devices. Room N105, 14:30-16:30. - Using Imagery in ArcGIS. Room N102, 16:30 - 18:00. • Friday, October 28 - Data managing and Data Exchange: Geodatabases and Interoperability. Room N106 09:30 - 11:00. - Working with ArcGIS Online. Room N101, 09:30 - 11:00. - Novedades Generales ArcGIS 10.1. Room N106 11:30 - 13:00.
  47. 47. Open for questions.
  48. 48. Thank You
  49. 49. Party

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