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Advanced Spatial Analysis for Researchers using ArcGIS

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NCRM

This two-day course covers advanced spatial analysis techniques using the industry-leading GIS software – ArcGIS.

Participants will learn about methods of spatial analysis, ArcGIS extensions, model builder and how to build web applications. Previous experience of ArcGIS is a prerequisite.

The course covers:

  • GeoDatabases
  • Manipulating coordinate systems
  • Advanced geoprocessing tools
  • Spatial analysis
  • Creating models using the ModelBuilder
  • ArcGIS extensions
  • Building and sharing web maps using webGIS

 

By the end of the course participants will:

  • Understand the benefits and creation of geodatabases
  • Be able to use advanced geoprocessing tools and ESRI extensions
  • Understand how to create a model
  • Be able to create web maps to share their data

 

Target Audience

Current users of ArcGIS who wish to expand their knowledge and practical skills in the more advanced aspects of ArcGIS software.

Participants must be confident users of ArcGIS and understand the following terms: geodatabases, feature layers, feature classes, shapefiles, metadata, attribute and spatial joining, geoprocessing, select by location and attributes (spatial/attribute queries) and must be aware of the difference between ArcMap, ArcGIS and ArcCatalog, ArcGIS online

Course Code

MCRM7612

Course Dates

7th February 2018 – 8th February 2018

Places Available

19

Course Leader

Dr Gemma Gubbins, Dr Graeme Hornby, Dr Thea Heim and Dr Andrew Campbell Sutton
Course Description

Further details to follow:

7 February 2018; 9:30am-4:30pm

8 February 2018; 9:30am-4:30pm

 

Day 1

  • GeoDatabases
  • Manipulating coordinate systems
  • Advanced geoprocessing tools

 

Day 2

  • Spatial analysis
  • Model builder
  • Creating and sharing maps using webGIS

Pre-requisites

Prior knowledge of ArcGIS is essential.

This course is designed for users wishing to expand their knowledge. Participants must be confident users of ArcGIS and understand the following terms: geodatabases, feature layers, feature classes, shapefiles, metadata, attribute and spatial joining, geoprocessing, select by location and attributes (spatial/attribute queries), and must be aware of the difference between ArcMap, ArcGIS, ArcCatalog and ArcGIS online.

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