GeoGeek

Introduction to Cartography and Making Maps with ArcGIS 10

In this film, we present concepts, principles, and techniques related to maps and and map making. You will develop knowledge in map types, fonts, colors, figure-ground relationships, compilation, display, and design. Mapping tools & production techniques found in ArcGIS Desktop will be used to make a wind map.

This film introduces the basic concepts and techniques for the manipulation, analysis, and the graphic representation of spatial information. The film provides an overview of the compilation and symbolization of spatial data and the application of ArcMap.

Special thanks to the Montana State Library – NRIS – for GIS data including wind speed and wind power potential.

Source: www.KnowGIS.com

Recent posts

  • Download ArcGIS Pro
  • Why people are moving to ArcGIS Pro?
  • Remove NoData values in a raster using ArcGIS
  • Create a “square” buffer in ArcGIS
  • ArcMap will be replaced by ArcGIS Pro
  • Extract values from a raster to a table with ArcGIS
  • Convert KML points, lines, and polygons to SHP in QGIS
  • Fix line and polygon coordinates in ArcGIS
  • Zonal Statistics with ArcGIS
  • Play PacMan on Google Maps
  • World Atlas of Solar Energy
  • Convert SHP to KMZ or vice versa in ArcGIS

Subscribe to Blog via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 16 other subscribers