conference registration required - One-Day Pass at minimum
In Part 1 of Programming ArcGIS with Python you will learn introductory level programming ArcGIS with Python skills. This class is based on the book Programming ArcGIS with Python Cookbook (2nd Edition), written by Eric Pimpler. The course materials are applicable to ArcGIS Desktop 10.3, 10.2, and 10.1.
This course is offered in a variety of formats including live-classroom, live-online, instructor guided-online, and self-paced. This is a hands-on style class with lots of exercises designed to teach you how to automate your ArcGIS geoprocessing tasks with Python. The course is designed around the content of the book. In addition to all the class materials, each student will also receive a copy of the book and lifetime access to all the course content over the web.
Module 1: Introduction to Arcpy, ArcPy Mapping, and ArcPy Data Access
Module 2: Managing Map Documents and Layers
Module 3: Finding and Fixing Broken Data Links
Module 4: Automating Map Production and Printing
Module 5: Executing Geoprocessing Tools from Scripts
Module 6: Creating Custom Geoprocessing Tools
Module 7: Querying and Selecting Data
A GIS is only as good as the data it contains. It is important that a GIS database be updated regularly so it remains current. It is equally as important that the data is edited using best practices so that errors and inaccuracies are not introduced. In this one day class users will learn how to properly edit both spatial and tabular data using Esri’s ArcGIS for Desktop. Student will learn how to configure various editing options, create new features using feature template and how to modify existing features. They will also learn how topologies can be used to minimize, locate and fix spatial errors within their data. Course is pertinent to ArcGIS for Desktop Standard or Advanced Versions 10.1 to 10.3 (ArcMap & ArcCatalog.
The ArcGIS environment includes many tools for creating and maintaining data. By learning the tips, tricks, and time-saving techniques presented in this session, you can use these tools effectively and perform edits quickly and precisely. Topics covered include creating new features, authoring feature templates, using snapping, updating attribute values, and editing existing features.
This workshop will provide detailed walk-throughs of the Parcel Editing workflows for ArcGIS 10.3.1, focusing on efficiency and productivity. The topics discussed will include and overview of COGO data entry, managing stacked parcels in the Parcel Fabric data model, annotation/labeling and some tips and tricks for streamlining the editing experience.