Autor: Wilpen L. Gorr
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GIS Tutorial 1

Basic Workbook, 10.3 Edition

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Preface
Acknowledgments



Part I Using and making maps

Chapter 1: Introduction

Tutorial 1-1 Opening and saving a map document

Tutorial 1-2 Working with map layers

Tutorial 1-3 Navigating in a map document

Tutorial 1-4 Measuring distances

Tutorial 1-5 Working with feature attributes

Tutorial 1-6 Selecting features

Tutorial 1-7 Changing selection options

Tutorial 1-8 Working with attribute tables

Tutorial 1-9 Labeling features

Assignment 1-1 Analyze population by race in the top 10 US states

Assignment 1-2 Produce a crime map



Chapter 2: Map design

Tutorial 2-1 Creating point and polygon maps using qualitative attributes

Tutorial 2-2 Creating point and polygon maps using quantitative attributes

Tutorial 2-3 Creating custom classes for a map

Tutorial 2-4 Creating custom colors for a map

Tutorial 2-5 Creating normalized and density maps

Tutorial 2-6 Creating dot density maps

Tutorial 2-7 Creating fishnet maps

Tutorial 2-8 Creating group layers and layer packages

Assignment 2-1 Create a map showing schools in New York City by type

Assignment 2-2 Create maps for military sites and congressional districts

Assignment 2-3 Create maps for US veteran unemployment status





Chapter 3: GIS outputs

Tutorial 3-1 Building an interactive GIS

Tutorial 3-2 Creating map layouts

Tutorial 3-3 Reusing a custom map layout

Tutorial 3-4 Creating a custom map template with two maps

Tutorial 3-5 Adding a report to a layout

Tutorial 3-6 Adding a graph to a layout

Tutorial 3-7 Building a map animation

Tutorial 3-8 Using ArcGIS Online

Assignment 3-1 Create a dynamic map of historic buildings in downtown Pittsburgh

Assignment 3-2 Create a layout comparing 2010 elderly and youth population compositions in Orange County, California

Assignment 3-3 Create an animation for an auto theft crime time series



Assignment 3-4 Create a shared map on ArcGIS Online



Part II Working with spatial data

Chapter 4: File geodatabases

Tutorial 4-1 Building a file geodatabase

Tutorial 4-2 Using ArcCatalog utilities

Tutorial 4-3 Modifying an attribute table

Tutorial 4-4 Joining tables

Tutorial 4-5 Creating centroid coordinates in a table

Tutorial 4-6 Aggregating data

Assignment 4-1 Investigate educational attainment

Assignment 4-2 Compare serious crime with poverty in Pittsburgh



Chapter 5: Spatial data

Tutorial 5-1 Examining metadata

Tutorial 5-2 Working with world map projections

Tutorial 5-3 Working with US map projections

Tutorial 5-4 Working with rectangular coordinate systems

Tutorial 5-5 Learning about vector data formats

Tutorial 5-6 Downloading US Census Bureau boundary maps

Tutorial 5-7 Downloading and processing Census SF 1 data tables

Tutorial 5-8 Downloading and processing American Community Survey (ACS) Census data

Tutorial 5-9 Exploring raster basemaps from Esri web services

Tutorial 5-10 Downloading raster maps from the USGS

Tutorial 5-11 Exploring sources of GIS data from government websites

Assignment 5-1 Compare heating fuel types by US counties

Assignment 5-2 Create a map of Maricopa County, Arizona, voting districts, schools, and voting-age population using downloaded data and a web service image





Chapter 6: Geoprocessing

Tutorial 6-1 Extracting features for a study area

Tutorial 6-2 Clipping features

Tutorial 6-3 Dissolving features

Tutorial 6-4 Merging features

Tutorial 6-5 Intersecting layers

Tutorial 6-6 Unioning layers

Tutorial 6-7 Automating geoprocessing with ModelBuilder

Assignment 6-1 Build a study region for Colorado counties

Assignment 6-2 Dissolve property parcels to create a zoning map

Assignment 6-3 Build a model to create a fishnet map layer for a study area



Chapter 7: Digitizing

Tutorial 7-1 Digitizing polygon features

Tutorial 7-2 Digitizing line features

Tutorial 7-3 Digitizing point features

Tutorial 7-4 Using advanced editing tools

Tutorial 7-5 Spatially adjusting features

Assignment 7-1 Digitize police beats

Assignment 7-2 Use GIS to track campus information





Chapter 8: Geocoding

Tutorial 8-1 Geocoding data by ZIP Code

Tutorial 8-2 Geocoding data by street address

Tutorial 8-3 Correcting source addresses using interactive rematch

Tutorial 8-4 Using ArcGIS Online for geocoding across the United States

Tutorial 8-5 Correcting street reference layer addresses

Tutorial 8-6 Using an alias table

Assignment 8-1 Geocode household hazardous waste participants to ZIP Codes

Assignment 8-2 Geocode immigrant-run businesses to Pittsburgh streets

Assignment 8-3 Examine match option parameters for geocoding





Part III Analyzing spatial data



Chapter 9: Spatial analysis

Tutorial 9-1 Buffering points for proximity analysis

Tutorial 9-2 Conducting a site suitability analysis

Tutorial 9-3 Using multiple ring buffers for calibrating a gravity model

Tutorial 9-4 Using data mining with cluster analysis

Assignment 9-1 Analyze population in California cities at risk for earthquakes

Assignment 9-2 Analyze visits to the Jack Stack public pool in Pittsburgh

Assignment 9-3 Use data mining with crime data



Chapter 10: ArcGIS 3D Analyst for Desktop

Tutorial 10-1 Creating a 3D scene

Tutorial 10-2 Creating a TIN (triangulated irregular network) from contours

Tutorial 10-3 Draping features onto a TIN

Tutorial 10-4 Navigating scenes

Tutorial 10-5 Creating an animation

Tutorial 10-6 Using 3D effects

Tutorial 10-7 Using 3D symbols

Tutorial 10-8 Editing 3D objects

Tutorial 10-9 Using ArcGIS 3D Analyst for landform analysis

Tutorial 10-10 Exploring ArcGlobe

Assignment 10-1 Develop a 3D presentation for downtown historic sites

Assignment 10-2 Topographic site analysis

Assignment 10-3 3D animation of conservatory study area





Chapter 11: ArcGIS Spatial Analyst for Desktop

Tutorial 11-1 Processing raster map layers

Tutorial 11-2 Creating a hillshade raster layer

Tutorial 11-3 Making a kernel density map

Tutorial 11-4 Extracting raster value points

Tutorial 11-5 Conducting a raster-based site suitability study

Tutorial 11-6 Using ModelBuilder for a risk index

Assignment 11-1 Create a mask and hillshade for suburbs

Assignment 11-2 Estimate heart-attack fatalities outside of hospitals by gender



Chapter 12: ArcGIS Network Analyst for Desktop

Tutorial 12-1 Solving the traveling salesman problem

Tutorial 12-2 Building a TIGER-based network dataset

Tutorial 12-3 Creating travel polygons

Tutorial 12-4 Locating facilities

Tutorial 12-5 Routing vehicles from depots to demand points

Assignment 12-1 Geographic Access to Federally Qualified Health Centers

Assignment 12-2 Analyze visits to the Phillips public pool in Pittsburgh





Appendix A: Task index

Appendix B: Data source credits

Appendix C: Data license agreement
GIS Tutorial 1: Basic Workbook is a top-selling introductory text for learning ArcGIS 10.3.x for Desktop. The workbook presents GIS tools and functionality, including querying interactive maps, collecting data, and running geoprocessing tools. Incorporating proven teaching methods in detailed exercises, "Your Turn" sections, and homework assignments, this book is suited to learning GIS in a classroom. The latest edition includes a new chapter about analyzing street network data to solve routing and facility location problems using ArcGIS Network Analyst. Data for completing the exercises is available for download at esripress.esri.com/bookresources. Instructor resources are also available. Note: Esri Press e-books do not include 180-day trial software. Instead, you can download the ArcGIS Trial at esri.com/arcgis/trial.
Autor: Wilpen L. Gorr, Kristen S. Kurland
Wilpen L. Gorr is a professor of public policy and management information systems at the School of Public Policy and Management, H. John Heinz III College, Carnegie Mellon University, where he teaches and researches GIS applications. He is also chairman of the school's Master of Science in Public Policy and Management degree program.

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