- How to build layers, organize and edit geographic data to maintain its accuracy and relate it to its metadata.
- Combining data from different sources.
- Apply a standard workflow to analyze GIS data and solve spatial problems.
- Manage, encode and classify layers and display labels as appropriate for the map.
- Data retrieval and querying (selection).
- Converting layers from one type to another (point, line, polygon).
- Design and layout a page for maps to be printed (layout template).
- Share maps on desktop, web, and mobile devices.
- Target group:
Individuals who are knowledgeable and knowledgeable at the foundational level of GIS concepts or have limited experience in ArcGIS.
Secretariat and municipal employees, workers in the military sectors, electricity, water and communications companies, engineering consulting firms, planning and road and rail companies, and all researchers and students in engineering and computer specialties, as well as all those interested in the field of maps, surveying and geographic information systems (GIS) and the field of statistics and analysis from researchers and students.