ArcGIS Pro 2.4 Essential Training

ArcGIS Pro 2.4 Essential Training
ArcGIS Pro 2.4 Essential Training
English | MP4 | AVC 1280Ă—720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 2h 20m | 667 MB

ArcGIS Pro is a popular geographic information system (GIS) that combines the power of 2D and 3D mapping with cloud-based sharing and collaboration features—and version 2.4 contains visualization and editing enhancements that make it more powerful than ever. This course teaches you the essentials of working with ArcGIS Pro 2.4. Instructor Gordon Luckett shows how to navigate maps and create new projects from the variety of ArcGIS templates. He demonstrates how to select and edit individual map elements, and connect to advanced geospatial data sources. He explains the finer points of working with vector vs. raster data, and then shows how to style and label your maps. Plus, learn how to publish your projects to ArcGIS Online for sharing and collaboration.

Topics include:

  • Choosing a template
  • Creating an ArcGIS project
  • Connecting to data
  • Rendering text files as points
  • Adding ECW and DEM data
  • Working with different layer types
  • Converting 2D maps into 3D scenes
  • Creating feature classes in a geodatabase
  • Exporting data
  • Creating heatmaps
  • Publishing to ArcGIS Online
  • Sharing layers
  • Creating project packages
Table of Contents

1 Exploring the amazing world of GIS using ArcGIS Pro
2 Sign in to ArcGIS Pro
3 Choosing a template
4 Creating projects
5 Navigating ribbons and panes
6 Setting project properties
7 Setting map properties
8 Creating data connections
9 Adding shapefiles to ArcGIS Pro
10 Using file geodatabases
11 Rendering text files as points
12 Types of raster data
13 Add ECW data
14 Add DEM data
15 Creating a contour style from DEM
16 Point layers
17 Point layers Details
18 Polyline layers
19 Polygon layers
20 Thematic layers
21 DEM layers
22 Label vector data
23 Using Arcade for labels
24 Global 3D scenes
25 Local 3D scenes
26 Extruding building heights
27 Linking 2D maps with 3D scenes
28 Setting up layouts
29 Adding map widgets
30 Creating map layout templates
31 Creating feature classes in a geodatabase
32 Drawing new data
33 Editing feature attributes
34 Splitting and merging features
35 Exporting data
36 Overlay two vector layers
37 Create a heatmap from points
38 Create centroids from polygons
39 Publishing to ArcGIS online
40 Creating layer packages
41 Sharing layers
42 Creating project packages
43 Next steps