The ArcGIS Pro application lets you gather all the resources you need to complete a project in one place. A project contains maps, layouts, server tasks and connections, databases, toolboxes, folders, styles, and so on. It can also integrate content from your portal or ArcGIS Online of your organization.
We will begin a series of tutorials for the new application available with ArcGis 10.3, ArcGis Pro.
This first chapter is dedicated to the discovery of the interface.
ArcGIS Pro uses a rectangular ribbon at the top of the application to display and organize its features in a series of tabs. The ribbon only shows the tools that are relevant to the current task. Rather than taking up space on the screen to display a series of toolbars-some of which you cannot even use-the ribbon is contextual and updates to reflect current work opportunities. In this way, ArcGIS Pro can provide a large number of features in a simple way, without overwhelming you. When you have an open map, you simply see the commands that work with maps. The ribbon tabs appear as you need them, such as the specific tools for the raster layers that appear when you work with this kind of data. Continue reading “ArcGis Pro 1.0 Tutorial English: 1- Interface Discovery”
Standard techniques for representing the terrain, such as shading, are sufficient for many applications, but with Terrain Tools you can represent the terrain under different lighting conditions, or use more artistic techniques. This set of tools complete or extend what you find in the default software. These techniques are often difficult to find or to put into work. The Terrain Tools project brings together some of these ideas in a toolkit which provides the features to create alternative representations of the terrain with ArcGIS.
From the moment you are not any longer alone to manage data, it is important to be able to track data changes: who did what and when?
If you work with geodatabases enterprise you know that you have at your disposal the versioning as well as archiving options to perform this task , provided you count with a Standard or Advanced license .
One of the most common tools for data management is the famous ArcGIS Field Calculator. When you are on a tabular view, by right- clicking on the field name (column), you find the option “Field Calculator” which opens the famous calculator: Continue reading “The new field calculator in ArcGis Pro”
This article is an update of a previous one, “Integrate geolocated photosin QGis with Photo2shape” . In fact, the photo2shape plugin is no longer maintained and poses a lot of problems. We will perform the same operations with the new plugin “Geotag and import photos”.