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ArcGIS Course - From Beginner to Advanced level    

SPECIALIST ARCGIS COURSE ONLINE later

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This course will qualify students in ArcGIS Desktop 10 and in particular, ArcMap, ArcCatalog and ArcTool Box, starting from a basic level managing and using vector data, databases and creating maps, to complex spatial analysis (Spatial analyst and 3D analyst), geodatabases, programming with ModelBuilder, creation of topology (Topology) and Network analysis.

 

Students will be trained in the creation and editing of vector information, geoprocessing basic tools, database management and its relationship with vector information, creation and editing of raster information, advanced multi-criteria analysis, the use of topology to correct of layers, as well as optimal routes and access times analysis.  Adding to this, students will learn to create high quality mapping.

 

Studying the online course, students will have access to our virtual learning platform (available 24 hours) where they will find the course contents, exercises, discussion forums and additional content. In this plaftorm, students are provided with real time support from the instructor (2 hours per week) whom they can contact via direct messages to solve doubts at any moment. They can also contact the instructor via email.

 

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GOALS

 

  • Demonstrate the importance and usefulness of Geographic Information systems (GIS) in a variety of professional sectors. 
  • Facilitate the understanding of all the essential concepts needed for an advanced use of ArcGIS Desktop and GIS in general.
  • Learn about GIS key tools for the correct use of vector information and developing complex spatial analysis.
  • Teach through exercises the existing difficulties in the execution of GIS studies, and their resolution.
  • Notify students about the potential of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for the creation of complex spatial analysis that will help in the engineering design, the location of projects, topography analysis, and a large number of uses. 
  • Inform about the advantages of the geodatabase and its application for the creation of massive error correction topologies of vector layers and network analysis that will allow the creation of optimal routes, access times studies, etc.
  • Instruct students in the development of complex tools based in the concatenation of ArcTool box tools through ModelBuilder.
  • Train students in the preparation, layout and delivery of high quality mapping.

 

 

 

TRAINING PROGRAM

 

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PART I. BEGINNER LEVEL

 

1 - INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS

  • Introduction.
  • Definition and basic concepts.
  • Uses of Geographic Information Systems.
  • Geographic information: vector data models, raster data models and other data models (CAD, TIN, etc.). Main features of each data module, advantages and disadvantages.
  • Introduction to ArcGIS Desktop: ArcMap, ArCatalog, ArcToolbox, ArcScene and ArcGlobe.
  • Arcmap interface, extensions and tools.

Verification of the correct functioning of the software and assessment.

 

2 - VECTOR DATA MODEL. INFORMATION DISPLAY

  • Information layers: how to add layers, features and attribute tables.
  • Data tools: search and queries.
  • Selection tools: selection per feature, selection by spatial location and capture information.
  • Layer symbology: basic symbology, by category, by quantity and through graphics.
  • Other display options: labelling and transparencies.

Guided exercise (load layers, types of selection, symbology) and assessment.

 

3 - COORDINATE SYSTEMS, PROJECTIONS AND GEOREFERENCING

  • Introduction to Coordinate systems and projections.
  • Defining Coordinate Systems.
  • Coordinate system transformation. Reprojection of ED50 or ETRS89 geographic databases.
  • Image, layer and CAD files georeferencing.

Guided exercise (define, project, image georeferencing and CAD) and assessment.

 

4 - VECTOR DATA MODEL.  EDITING AND CREATING INFORMATION

  • Creation and editing of spatial data.

- Creating spatial data: Editing tools bar. Digitization techniques.

- Exporting and importing spatial information files from different formats (CAD, DGN, Shp, ASCII, etc.). Create layers from CAD files.

- Modifying existing layers.

- Creating layers from coordinates.

  • Creation and editing of data in attribute tables:

- Structure of an Attribute table.

- Types of data included in an Attribute table.

- Modifying information from an Attribute table.

- Calculate geometric information (Surface, perimeter, length, etc.).

- Creating statistics from an Attribute table.

- Export tables to Excel and other formats. Report and graph creation. 

Guided exercise (create layers, digitize, modify attribute tables, add fields, geometric calculations, field calculator) and assessment. 

 

5 - DATABASE MANAGEMENT

  • Designing databases.
  • Joining and relating databases.
  • Spatial joins. Obtain statistics from database information and spatial position elements in a layer.

Guided exercise (join database and spatial relations) and assessment.

 

6 - SPATIAL ANALYSIS.  MOST COMMON GEOPREOCESSING TOOLS. 

  • Extract Toolset (Clip, Split).
  • Overlay toolset (intersect, union).
  • Proximity toolset (buffer analysis, Thiessen polygons).
  • Multi-criteria analysis. Obtaining optimum areas according to several criteria.

Guided exercise (spatial analysis) and assessment.

 

7 -  MAP CREATION

  • Adjusting the size and type of sheet.
  • Inserting elements: north, scale bar, numeric scale, map legend.
  • Including other elements: images, graphs and tables.
  • Adding several data frameworks
  • Creation and use of templates.
  • Printing options

Creation of a map as an annex for a Project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PART II. ADVANCED LEVEL

 

 1 - INTRODUCTION TO RASTER DATA MODELS

  • Introduction.
  • Definition and basic concepts.
  • Purpose and uses.

 

2 - BASIC OPERATIONS WITH RASTER DATA MODELS

  • File conversion:

- Converting files from vector to raster, and vice versa.

- Converting ASCII or html files to raster.

- Converting vector files to TIN.

- Converting TIN to Raster formats.

- Exporting files to KML (Google Earth) and CAD.

- Creating Digital Elevation Models from vector data, ASCII and TIN files.

  • Extracting information from raster files.

- By query.

- By mask or entity.

  • Joining raster files.

 

3 - 2D AND 3D SPATIAL ANALYSIS

  • Raster files reclassification. Building Boolean layers, adding values to intervals or categories, and data conversion. 
  • Grouping several raster layers. Map algebra, math calculations between raster layers, field statistics.
  • Data interpolation. Explore different interpolation tools (IDW, Kriging, Natural neighbor).
  • Euclidean distances.
  • Surface: contour, slope calculation, hillshade, orientation and visibility.
  • Use in hydrology:  obtaining a drainage system, flow direction, outlets, and identification of drainage basins or sub-basins. 
  • Volume calculation.
  • Raster multi-criteria analysis: Basic concepts and weighting.
  • Least-cost routes.

 

4 - 3D DATA DISPLAY (ARCSCENE)

  • Converting vector files from 2D to 3D.
  • Vector and raster layers display in 3D.
  • Virtual flights.

 

5 - MODEL BUILDER

  • Use.
  • Linking geoprocessing models using ModelBuilder.
  • Creating custom tools using ArcToolBox.

 

6 - GEOSPATIAL DATABASE. GEODATABASE

  • Geodatabase: advantages. Properties.
  • Loading data to the geodatabase.
  • Domains and subtypes.

 

7 - TOPOLOGY

Massive correction of geospatial data errors.

  • Topology considerations.
  • Cluster tolerance.
  • Most common rules in topology.
  • Validating a topology.
  • Topology errors.
  • Management of errors.

 

 8 -  NETWORK ANALYST

  • Definition
  • Network categories:

          - Geometric networks

- Transportation networks

  • Network components.

- Nodes

- Axis

- Flow

  • Creating network datasets

   - Operators.

   - Optimal route.

   - Service areas.

   - Closest facility.

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         

 

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INSTRUCTORS

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PERFIL RICARDO GARCIA

 

 

 

 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

 

  

Why study Arcgis 10.x?

 

The use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) is growing rapidly and it is becoming an essential tool in a variety of sectors (engineering, environment, geography and mining), including new sciences like geomarketing. Among GIS, ArcGIs is proclaimed as the program par excellence due to its stability, versatility and expansion, being the most used GIS software around the world.  

 

Do I need previous knowledge in ArcGis 10.x?

 

No, the training course starts from the very beginning.

 

I don’t have the ArcGIs 10. X program. What can I do?

 

Esri (creators of the ArcGIS program) provides a free licence for a 2 month trail. You only need to create an account, download the program and follow the installation steps (visit their website)Nevertheless, we are available to solve any problem you may have. 

 

  

 

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