Course DescriptionFor many GIS projects, there is a simplified way to accomplish a task, but with very little control of accuracy. And there are more advanced approaches to complete the same task which allow you to create constraints on the data to keep it clean. Now that you’re comfortable with the basic functionality of ArcGIS, you may be looking for some more advanced methods of accomplishing your goals which allow for more controls on the data. Maybe you want to set some restrictions on your datasets to make sure the appropriate attribute values are always used (providing pick-lists), or to ensure that there are never gaps between parcel boundaries (setting up geometry constraints). Maybe you want to make more permanent connections between datasets and tables (relationships). Or perhaps you’d like to tie events – such as a set of bus stops or seismic shot points – along line features with automated ease (linear referencing). These advanced operations are all covered in this course.
For more information about this course contact: Del Johnson at 225-578-0287.