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Introduction to ArcGIS

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This course introduces the underlying principles and methods of Geographical Information Systems (GIS).  It examines the processes involved in the capture, storage, manipulation, analysis, presentation and output of digital geographical data in a GIS and provides opportunities for the development of practical skills in processing data using ESRI’s ArcGIS software.  Geodata website


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9th January 2018 – 10th January 2018

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The course comprises a series of presentations and computer-based practical sessions using ESRI’s ArcGIS

Software with example datasets taken from a variety of fields. The three main elements of ArcGIS (ArcMap, ArcCatalog and ArcToolbox/Geoprocessing) are

introduced and topics covered include: data management; data visualisation; data quality and analysis; georeferencing; data presentation and reporting.

This course is intended for those who have little or no GIS knowledge or who wish to undertake some formalized training in ArcGIS having been largely self-taught in the past.

The course has been awarded 7 points towards the AGI continuing professional development (CPD) scheme.

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