Geospatial Consulting Workshops

geospatialtraining.com

Instructor: Eric Pimpler

eric@geospatialtraining.com

(210)260-4992

About the Instructor: Eric is the founder and owner of GeoSpatial Training Services

Course: Learning ArcGIS Pro 1: Getting Started

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In this 1 1/2 day course the student will learn how to use ArcGIS Pro to create and use projects, create 2D maps, add and symbolize layers, work with selection sets, work with tables, and create production quality map layouts. Students will learn terminology associated with ArcGIS Pro and GIS in general. They will gain an understanding of ArcGIS Pro projects and how to manage them.

Course Modules

  • Module 1: Introduction to ArcGIS Pro
  • Module 2: Navigating the ArcGIS Pro Interface
  • Module 3: Working with ArcGIS Pro Projects
  • Module 4: Creating 2D Maps
  • Module 5: Working with Selection Sets
  • Module 6: Working with Tables
  • Module 7: Creating Map Layouts

Date: Wed, Oct 14 - Thu, Oct 15 (1 1/2 Days)

Cost: $349

This course is intended for: Students new to ArcGIS Pro

Requirements: Introductory level class. Students will need to provide computer, ArcGIS Pro software and valid AGOL login.


Course: Editing Spatial and Attribute Data in ArcGIS Pro

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Why do you need or want to edit data in a GIS? For some the answer may seem obvious. But take a quick moment to think about it. One of my favorite questions that normally comes from managers or elected officials is “When will our GIS be done?”, as if a GIS is a house or a car. That is has a specific end or construction date. GIS is ever evolving and changing because the real world features it represents are always changing. Parcels are being merged, divided, bought and sold. New waterlines are being placed in service while others are removed. As long as the world we represent in our GIS is changing, we will need to update our GIS to reflect all those changes.

So what kind of data can we edit in our GIS? Again this may seem self evident but take some time to think that through as well. At a basic level there are two types of data we can edit with GIS, spatial and tabular. The spatial data maybe raster or vector. The tabular data maybe attributes associated with points, lines or polygons or stand alone tables. Then we can get more specialized and look at specific data formats such as shapefiles and geodatabases.

Course Modules

  • Module 1: Editing Workflow and Options
  • Module 2: Creating New Features
  • Module 3: Creating New Features from Existing Features
  • Module 4: Editing Existing Features
  • Module 5: Editing Attributes

Date: Fri, Oct 16 (1 Day)

Cost: $249

This course is intended for: Students who need to learn how to edit spatial and attribute data in ArcGIS Pro.

Requirements: Students will need to provide computer, ArcGIS Pro software and valid AGOL login.


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