Intro to ESRI Arcgis extensions


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Intro to ESRI Arcgis extensions

  1. 1. ArcGIS Desktop Extensions ArcGIS Engine Extensions Hasan Jaffal Solution Architect / Senior Developer
  2. 2. ArcGIS Desktop Extensions
  3. 3. Optional extensions with ArcGIS desktop products allows you to perform extended tasks: • Analysis • Productivity • Solution-based Extensions
  4. 4. • ArcGIS 3D Analyst • ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst • ArcGIS Network Analyst • ArcGIS Schematics • ArcGIS Spatial Analyst • ArcGIS Survey Analyst • ArcGIS Tracking Analyst Analysis Extensions
  5. 5. Allows you to effectively visualize and analyze surface data. ArcGIS 3D Analyst
  6. 6. • Create three-dimensional views • Analyze three-dimensional • View your data from a global to local perspective. • Do spatial analysis in two or three dimensions. • Visualize modeling or analysis results in three- dimensions. • Export your visualizations into videos. ArcGIS 3D Analyst
  7. 7. •Drive-time analysis •Point-to-point routing •Route directions •Service area definition •Shortest path •Optimum route •Closest facility •Origin-destination analysis ArcGIS Network Analyst
  8. 8. •Automatically generate schematics from complex networks. •Check network connectivity. •Perform quality control of network data. •Optimize network design and analysis. •Evaluate network forecast and planning •Dynamically interact with GIS through a schematic view. •Perform commercial and market analysis. •Model social networks. •Generate flowcharts. •Manage interdependencies. ArcGIS Schematics
  9. 9. Provides powerful tools for comprehensive, raster-based spatial modeling and analysis. ArcGIS Spatial Analyst
  10. 10. • Play back historical data. • Use rule-based drawing. • See temporal patterns in data. • Integrate temporal data within your GIS. • Leverage existing GIS data to create time series visualizations. • Build charts for analyzing change in historical or real- time data. ArcGIS Tracking Analyst
  11. 11. provides surveyors and GIS professionals with tools to create and maintain survey and cadastral data in ArcGIS ArcGIS Survey Analyst
  12. 12. • Explore data variability • Look for data outliers • Examine global trends • Create prediction • Investigate spatial autocorrelation • Using various geostatistical models and tools. ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst
  13. 13. • Science that applies statistical methods to spatial interpolation. • Applicable when the studied phenomena fall between random and deterministic variables. GeoStatistics - Functionality
  14. 14. ArcGIS Engine Extensions
  15. 15. ArcEngine Structure
  16. 16. •Spatial extension •3D extension •Geodatabase Update extension •Network extension •Data Interoperability •Schematics •Maplex •Tracking ArcEngine Extension
  17. 17. • query, and analyze cell-based raster data • identify spatial relationships • enables to find suitable locations ArcEngine: Spatial extension
  18. 18. ArcEngine: Spatial extension
  19. 19. • visualization of data in three dimensions • viewing a surface from multiple viewpoints •SceneControl and GlobeControl provide the interface for viewing multiple layers of 3D and global data for visualizing data ArcEngine: 3D extension
  20. 20. ArcEngine: 3D extension Z Elevation
  21. 21. ArcEngine: 3D extension Layers Order !
  22. 22. ArcEngine: 3D extension
  23. 23. • capability of routing • service area analysis • creating and managing network datasets • create and deploy powerful custom applications ArcEngine: Network extension
  24. 24. Create Network Datasets •Feature class ( streets ) •Add the parameters : meters, time, one way, restrictions ,. … ArcEngine: Network extension
  25. 25. Service Area Analysis • Area Polygons – catchment area • Steps to create polygons: 1. Create Service Area Analysis Layer 2. Add Facilities 3. Set Parameters • Do Analysis ArcEngine: Network extension
  26. 26. Area polygons • represents the distance that can be reached from a facility within a specified cost ( amount of time ) •Fixed ranges ( costs ) •Perform Analysis ei: identify one warehouse that should be moved to better service the stores ArcEngine: Network extension
  27. 27. Create Service Area Analysis Layer •Empty layer •Empty list of facilities, polygons categories … Add Facilities •For which the service area polygons will be generated (warehouses) ArcEngine: Network extension
  28. 28. Set the parameters •Polygons properties •Ranges •Cost calculation methods Do the Analysis ArcEngine: Network extension
  29. 29. ArcEngine: Network extension
  30. 30. Target Clients: •Business •Education •Health Care •Insurance •Local Government •Public Safety •Retail •Telecommunication •Transportation ArcEngine: Network extension
  31. 31. label placement engine for high-quality text and label placement ArcEngine: Maplex
  32. 32. supports the display, analysis, and manipulation of temporal data ArcEngine: Tracking
  33. 33. •eliminates barriers for data sharing by providing direct data access, transformation, and export capabilities via geoprocessing tools •enables to use and distribute data in many formats. ArcEngine: Data Interoperability
  34. 34. • ability to create and update a multiuser Geodatabase managed with ArcSDE or a file Geodatabase • ability to work with schemas and versioned geodatabases • construction and maintenance of Geodatabase features • ability to programmatically create Geodatabase behaviors ArcEngine: Geodatabase Update
  35. 35. ArcEngine: Comments • to use the rendering of the MAP PRESENTATION LAYER to control the display •If the rendering criteria is clear - rendering isn’t hard !!
  36. 36. ArcEngine: Next STEP ? •Raster Data Integration ? •3D Data sources ? •Business scenario to add the intelligence. •business needs to use the NETWORK extension.
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