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ESRI Software 9.3 Library Tutorials - ArcGIS Desktop Extensions

Summary

These tutorials are intended to help you get started with ArcGIS 9.3 Desktop Extensions.

Description

You can use the links below to open PDF versions of the tutorials, or to view animations based on the tutorials.

3D Analyst: In this tutorial you'll learn how to drape images and features over a terrain surface, extrude points and polygons, interpolate a surface from points, build a TIN from features, create an animation, and navigate in ArcScene and ArcGlobe. Click here for Video of Tutorial

ArcGIS Publisher: In this tutorial you'll learn how to create, share, and distribute published maps. Click here for Video of Tutorial

ArcScan for ArcGIS: In this tutorial you'll learn how to generate vector data from rasters, including how to use the cell selection and raster snapping tools, perform simple raster editing and automatic vectorization, and interactively trace raster cells. Click here for Video of Tutorial

Data Interoperability: In this tutorial, you will learn how to directly read and analyze the additional data formats supported by Data Interoperability; translate data between various formats using Quick Import and Quick Export tools; transform data schemas using Custom Import, Custom Export and Custom Formats; and incorporate all these functions into your geoprocessing models. Click here for Video of Tutorial

Geostatistical Analyst: In this tutorial you'll learn how to represent and explore data and determine data trends; perform diagnostic tests on data; choose and fit a model such as kriging, cokriging, IDW, and others; and compare the results of different models. Click here for Video of Tutorial

Maplex for ArcGIS: In this tutorial you'll learn how to design and create publication-quality cartographic labels for maps using the Maplex for ArcGIS extension. Click here for Video of Tutorial

Network Analyst: In this tutorial you'll learn how to create network datasets and use them to find routes; find closest features on a network; calculate service areas; as well as how to build a model for route analysis.

Schematics Tutorial: In this tutorial you will become familiar with the Schematics graphical user interface in ArcMap by learning how to create diagrams and use many of the toolbar tools to modify the diagrams. Click here for Video of Tutorial

Schematics Designer Tutorial I: In this tutorial you will learn how to create and configure a Schematic Dataset that will use a Standard Builder diagram type to generate diagrams based on a geometric network.

Schematics Designer Tutorial II: In this tutorial you will learn how to create and configure a Schematic Dataset that will use a Custom Query Builder diagram type to generate diagrams based on tabular data from any database where connectivity between objects can be derived.

Schematics Designer Tutorial III: In this tutorial you will learn how to create and configure a Schematic Dataset that will use a XML Builder diagram type to generate diagrams from XML documents; these documents will be built according to the XMLBuilderDiagram XML Schema Definition file.

Spatial Analyst: In this tutorial you'll learn how to create, query, and analyze cell-based raster maps, derive new information from existing data, query information across multiple data layers, and fully integrate cell-based raster data with traditional vector data sources. Click here for Video of Tutorial

StreetMap: In this tutorial you'll learn how to use the StreetMap Find Route dialog with the Data & Maps StreetMap USA dataset to find an address, geocode an address table, export map data, as well as to create simple or optimized routes with detailed driving directions. Click here for Video of Tutorial

Survey Analyst - Cadastral Editor: In this tutorial you'll learn how to create, manage, and edit a cadastral fabric.

Survey Analyst - Survey Editor: In this tutorial you'll learn how to import and export survey data, organize and visualize survey data, use measurements and coordinates in computations, edit features based on survey data, and perform survey network analysis.

Tracking Analyst: In this tutorial you'll learn how to add, symbolize, display, and analyze temporal data in a powerful geographic information system environment. Click here for Video of Tutorial