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Number of Pages: 600
Genre: Technology
Sub-Genre: Remote Sensing & Geographic Information Systems
Series Title: Getting to Know Arcgis
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Esri Press
Age Range: Adult
Author: Michael Law & Amy Collins
Featured book lists: Adopted Trade Books
Language: English



About the Book



Getting to Know ArcGIS(R) for Desktop is a workbook that introduces the principles of GIS via hands-on exercises. Readers are shown how to use ArcGIS for Desktop software tools to display and present maps and data, and then query and analyze the data. The third edition has been reorganized and includes new topics such as exploring online resources and raster data and contains new exercises, data, and learning tools.



Book Synopsis



Becoming the go-to person for ArcGIS Desktop? Start here.

Getting to Know ArcGIS Desktop, fifth edition, is a comprehensive introduction to the features and tools of ArcGIS Desktop. Through hands-on exercises, readers will discover, use, make, and share maps with meaningful content. They will also learn how to build geodatabases, query data, analyze geospatial data, and more. The latest edition has been updated to the most current version of ArcGIS Desktop 10.6. Getting to Know ArcGIS Desktop is suited for classroom use, independent study, and as a reference.

Data for completing the exercises and a 180-day free trial of ArcGIS Desktop are available for download.

An e-book of Getting to Know ArcGIS Desktop, fifth edition, ISBN 9781589485112, $99.99, is available at most e-book retailers. Note: Esri Press e-books do not include 180-day trial software. Instead, you can download the ArcGIS Trial at http: //www.esri.com/arcgis/trial.



From the Back Cover



Getting to Know ArcGIS Desktop, fifth edition, is a comprehensive introduction to the features and tools of ArcGIS Desktop. Through hands-on exercises, readers will discover, use, make, and share maps with meaningful content. The latest edition has been updated to the most current version of ArcGIS Desktop. Getting to Know ArcGIS Desktop is suited for classroom use, independent study, and as a reference.

Data for completing the exercises and a 180-day free trial of ArcGIS are available for download at .

Michael Law is a cartographer and GIS professional with more than a decade of experience. He was a cartographer for Esri, where he developed cartography for books, edited and tested GIS workbooks, and was the editor of the Esri Map Book. He continues to work with GIS software, writing technical documentation, teaching training courses, and designing and optimizing user interfaces.

Amy Collins is a writer and editor who has worked with GIS for over fifteen years. She was a technical editor for Esri, where she honed her GIS skills and cultivated an interest in designing effective instructional materials. She continues to develop books on GIS education, among other projects.



About the Author



Michael Law has worked professionally with GIS since 2004 when he began at Rand McNally Canada and later worked as a cartographer for Esri Press, where he developed cartography for books, and edited and tested GIS workbooks. Now based in Toronto, Canada, Law continues to work with GIS software, writing technical documentation, teaching training courses, and designing and optimizing user interfaces.

Amy Collins was first introduced to GIS in 2002 when she began working as a technical editor at Esri. There, she honed her GIS skills and cultivated an interest in designing effective instructional materials. Now a writer and editor based in Northern California, she continues to develop GIS materials, among other projects.