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ArcGIS – Geodatabases and Feature Classes

ArcGIS – Geodatabases and Feature Classes

How to create a new file geodatabase and set attribute domains Create a new feature class and create “subtypes” for editing Editing new features in a feature class using subtypes

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Identifying Populations at Risk from SLR using ArcGIS

Identifying Populations at Risk from SLR using ArcGIS

Tutorial on estimatig the population affected by SLR. Uses proportional geographic allocation, assuming that proportion of populuation affected is same as proportion of area affected. Uses Census Block data.

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Setup, create and manage a PostgreSQL Enterprise Geodatabase in ArcGIS

Setup, create and manage a PostgreSQL Enterprise Geodatabase in ArcGIS

When you need a large, multiuser geodatabase that can be edited and used simultaneously by many users, the Enterprise geodatabase provides a good solution. It adds the ability to manage a shared, multiuser geodatabase as well as support for a number of critical version-based GIS workflows. The ability to leverage your organization’s enterprise relational databases is a key advantage of ...

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ArcMap 10: Get the statistical from raster datasets using a Batch Get Raster Properties

ArcMap 10: Get the statistical from raster datasets using a Batch Get Raster Properties

This video will briefly show you how to get some statistical properties from a raster dataset. In our case, we used the DEM from GeoBase and did a quick check on the minimum, maximum, mean and standard deviation for the Toronto Region (clipped by Toronto Regional Boundary). And of course, we did this fast and easy using a Batch operation. ...

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Prepping an Exported ArcMap in Adobe Illustrator

Prepping an Exported ArcMap in Adobe Illustrator

This tutorial shows you how to get rid of all of the obnoxious clipping masks and object groups that ArcMap creates when exporting your map as an AI file. It also shows you how to make a single, new clipping mask that does the same thing with one shape.

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