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arcgis-10-tutorialHere you can find a set of links to a collection of ArcGIS 10 Desktop Application Tutorials. Clicking the links/right click Save-Link-As from the tables below to get the tutorial that you would like to work through.

To work through the ArcGIS Desktop tutorials, you need to install the tutorial data from the ArcGIS Desktop Tutorial Data setup, which is part of the ArcGIS Desktop installation download or media. If the tutorial data has been installed on your system, look for it in C:\arcgis\ArcTutor (the default installation location). In many cases, you will need write access to that location to perform the tutorial.

ArcGIS 10 Desktop application tutorials



Tutorial

Description

Link

Database servers

This tutorial shows you how to use ArcGIS Desktop to use database servers (instances of SQL Server Express) and the geodatabases you create on the database servers to store, access, and edit GIS data.

An ArcEditor or ArcInfo license is required to complete the tutorial.

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Editing

In this tutorial, you’ll learn the basics of the editing environment in ArcMap, including creating new features on the map; updating attribute values; utilizing snapping while editing, creating, and editing annotation; using topology to maintain spatial integrity; and performing spatial adjustments on your data.

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Editing parcel fabrics

In this tutorial, you will learn how to create, manage, and edit a parcel fabric. An ArcEditor or ArcInfo license is required to complete the tutorial.

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Finding a route

In this tutorial, you’ll be introduced to the Find Route dialog box. The tutorial provides step-by-step instructions on how to use the route-finding functionality that it offers.

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Geocoding

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create and manage address locators and how to use them to find the location of an individual address or table of addresses.

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Geodatabases

In this tutorial, you’ll learn to build geodatabases that include relationship classes, subtypes, attribute domains, topology, geometric networks, and feature-linked annotation. An ArcEditor or ArcInfo license is required to complete the tutorial.

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Geoprocessing service examples

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create geoprocessing services for ArcGIS Server.

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Linear referencing

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create, manage, display, query, and analyze data whose relative position has been modeled along a linear feature.

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ModelBuilder—Executing tools

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use ModelBuilder to execute a sequence of tools.

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ModelBuilder—Creating tools

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a useful tool from a model. The model can then be run using its dialog box.

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NetCDF

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to create a raster layer from a netCDF file, change the display, and analyze temporal temperature data.

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Rasters and images

In this tutorial, there are exercises to help you learn how to build mosaic datasets, the decisions you need to consider for your data, and the uses of the mosaic dataset.

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Representations

In this tutorial, you will be introduced to representations that allow you to symbolize geographic features with a set of rules that are stored with your data in the geodatabase. Representation rules can create and draw dynamic geometry that differs from the feature shape, allowing a complex depiction of features without impacting the spatial integrity of your data. Representations provide greater control over the precision and definition of the symbolization of your data. An ArcEditor or ArcInfo license is required to complete the tutorial.

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