ArcGIS is a group of geographic information system software product lines produced by ESRI. ArcGIS software offers many tools for visualizing, creating, managing, and analyzing geographic data.
ArcGIS Desktop I: Getting Started with GIS helps you understand what GIS is, what it can do, and how others are using it. You learn the fundamental concepts and basic functions of a GIS, the properties of GIS maps, and the structure of a GIS database.
ArcGIS Desktop II: Tools and Functionality teaches the range of functionality available in the software and the essential tools for visualizing, creating, managing, and analyzing geographic data. Hands-on course exercises emphasize practice with ArcMap and ArcCatalog (the primary applications included with ArcGIS Desktop software) to perform common GIS tasks and workflows.
ArcGIS Desktop III: GIS Workflows and Analysis builds on the skills and knowledge taught in ArcGIS Desktop II and shows how to apply ArcGIS tools in a workflow context with a focus on working with data stored in a geodatabase and performing geoprocessing and analysis.
The Working with the ArcGIS Spatial Analyst course provides tools for conducting sophisticated spatial analyses and creating different types of spatial models. This course covers fundamental raster data concepts and shows how to use ArcGIS Spatial Analyst tools to create, process, and analyze spatial data. Students focus on problems that are best solved in a raster environment such as surface analysis and distance measurement. The use of ArcGIS Spatial Analyst tools in the ArcGIS 9 geoprocessing framework is emphasized.
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