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Michael Law, Amy Collins ... 420 pages - ISBN-10: 1589486358 - ISBN-13: 978-1589486355 ... Publisher: Esri Press; Third Edition (October, 2020) - Language: English.


Continuing the tradition of the best-selling Getting to Know series, Getting to Know ArcGIS Pro 2.6 teaches new and existing GIS users how to get started solving problems using ArcGIS Pro. Using ArcGIS Pro for these tasks allows you to understand complex data with the leading GIS software that many businesses and organizations use every day. Getting to Know ArcGIS Pro 2.6 introduces the basic tools and capabilities of ArcGIS Pro through practical project workflows that demonstrate best practices for productivity. Explore spatial relationships, building a geodatabase, 3D GIS, project presentation, and more. Learn how to navigate ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Online by visualizing, querying, creating, editing, analyzing, and presenting geospatial data in both 2D and 3D environments. Using figures to show each step, Getting to Know ArcGIS Pro 2.6 demystifies complicated process like developing a geoprocessing model, using Python to write a script tool, and the creation of space-time cubes. Cartographic techniques for both web and physical maps are included.

Each chapter begins with a prompt using a real-world scenario in a different industry to help you explore how ArcGIS Pro can be applied for operational efficiency, analysis, and problem solving. A summary and glossary terms at the end of every chapter help reinforce the lessons and skills learned. Ideal for students, self-learners, and seasoned professionals looking to learn a new GIS product, Getting to Know ArcGIS Pro 2.6 is a broad textbook and desk reference designed to leave users feeling confident in using ArcGIS Pro on their own.

Maribeth Price ... 448 pages - Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education; (January, 2019) ... Language: English - AmazonSIN: B07MPCNLJC.

Although the concepts of GIS have remained fairly constant over time the software is continuallyevolving. With the release of ArcGIS Pro the latest software in the Esri GIS family a new generationof GIS has arrived. ArcGIS Pro has a 64-bit multithreaded architecture uses ribbon-stylemenus integrates 2D and 3D applications and is closely tied to ArcGIS Online.This text constitutes a major rewrite of Mastering ArcGIS a book that covered GIS conceptsand skills using the ArcGIS Desktop programs of ArcMap and ArcCatalog. Although the GISconcepts largely remain the same in both texts the implementation and in some cases theterminology has changed.

Tripp Corbin ... 542 pages - Publisher: Packt Publishing; (July, 2020) ... Language: English - ISBN-10: 1839210222 - ISBN-13: 978-1839210228.

Armed with powerful tools to visualize, maintain, and analyze data, ArcGIS Pro 2 is Esri's newest desktop geographic information system (GIS) application that uses the modern ribbon interface and a 64-bit processor to make using GIS faster and more efficient. This second edition of Learning ArcGIS Pro will show you how you can use this powerful desktop GIS application to create maps, perform spatial analysis, and maintain data.

The book begins by showing you how to install ArcGIS and listing the software and hardware prerequisites. You’ll then understand the concept of named user licensing and learn how to navigate the new ribbon interface to leverage the power of ArcGIS Pro for managing geospatial data. Once you’ve got to grips with the new interface, you’ll build your first GIS project and understand how to use the different project resources available. The book shows you how to create 2D and 3D maps by adding layers and setting and managing the symbology and labeling. You’ll also discover how to use the analysis tool to visualize geospatial data. In later chapters, you’ll be introduced to Arcade, the new lightweight expression language for ArcGIS, and then advance to creating complex labels using Arcade expressions. Finally, you'll use Python scripts to automate and standardize tasks and models in ArcGIS Pro. By the end of this ArcGIS Pro book, you’ll have developed the core skills needed for using ArcGIS Pro 2.x competently.

Michael Law, Amy Collins ... 450 pages - Publisher: Esri Press; (March, 2016) ... Language: English - ASIN: B01D0RBGMK.

In the tradition of the best-selling Getting to Know series, Getting to Know ArcGIS Pro teaches new and existing GIS users how to get started solving problems by visualizing, querying, creating, editing, analyzing, and presenting geospatial data in both 2D and 3D environments using the latest ArcGIS mapping app, ArcGIS Pro. This book teaches the basic functions and capabilities of ArcGIS Pro through practical project workflows and shows how it is an essential component of the ArcGIS platform. Data for completing the exercises and trial software are available for download (esri.com/esripress-resources). A supplement based on ArcGIS Pro 2.2 to help you complete exercises in the book is also available on the book resources page.

Silas Toms ... 210 pages - Publisher: Packt Publishing; (February, 2015) ... Language: English - ISBN-10: 1783988665 - ISBN-13: 978-1783988662.

Use the ArcPy module to automate the analysis and mapping of geospatial data in ArcGIS: Perform GIS analysis faster by automating tasks, such as selecting data or buffering data, by accessing GIS tools using scripting. Access the spatial data contained within shapefiles and geodatabases, for updates, analysis and even transformation between spatial reference systems. Produce map books and automate the mapping of geospatial analyses, reducing the time needed to produce and display the results. Who This Book Is For: If you are a GIS student or professional who needs an understanding of how to use ArcPy to reduce repetitive tasks and perform analysis faster, this book is for you. It is also a valuable book for Python programmers who want to understand how to automate geospatial analyses. What You Will Learn: Understand how to integrate Python into ArcGIS and make GIS analysis faster and easier + Model an analysis and export it to Python for further improvement + Create Python functions from exported scripts using ArcToolbox tools to avoid repetitive code + Update the records of interest in your existing geospatial data automatically using data cursors + Add new geospatial data to existing datasets automatically from field-collected data or data produced during analysis + Export formatted analysis results to spreadsheets automatically + Update map documents with analysis-generated data and export maps to PDF or image formats + Create geometric networks and analyze routes using scripts.

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