In the previous article, How to use Landsat Images ( Free ) with ArcGis (ArcMap) for
NDVI, we have dealt with the calculation and display of the NDVI
index with ArcMap.
Here, we will discuss how to achieve the same operation
with ArcGis Pro. We will start by using the composite image , created with the
tool ” Composite channels ” also directly available at the ArcGis Pro
We will continue discussing those little details
worth knowing to be able to switch from working in ArcMap to ArcGis Pro.
In ArcMap, you display the attribute table
with the rightclick on the layer in
the legend window and openthe table , or
clicking on properties-> fields to view and edit
the table structure.
In ArcGis Pro, just the first
. If you want to work
on the structure of the table you must use the following option
the layer menu : “Design” then “Fields” ( or Domains, or
Subtypes if you must
action on them ).
There are always two psychological barriers to overcome with Model
the first one is deciding to,
actually, use it and move from the interactive, natural working mode to ArcMap,
i.e. to a working mode where all the workflow is performed virtually, before
actually launching it
the second, when you are,
already, comfortable with the tool and start creating increasingly complex
models, but always based on an input layer producing an output layer. And then, you think it would be nice to be able to
apply the model automatically to a whole batch of input data, and somehow you
find out that it is necessary to use “iterators”.
The “ArcGIS Editor for OpenStreetMap” toolkit lets you use
ArcGIS tools to work on OpenStreetMap data. This set of tools for ArcGIS 10.X
allows you to load OpenStreetMap data and store it in a geodatabase. Afterwards,
you can use the ArcGIS Desktop editing environment to create, edit, network
scan, or update data. Once editing is completed, you can post changes to OSM to
make them available to all OSM users.
difference from the usual modus operandi is that when
the command, no new window opens.
The tool content opens geoprocessor window, and
stay displayed as long as you do
not decide otherwise by performing an
with the geoprocessor.
On top of the window, you can find two available
tabs for the tool : Parameters and Environments ,
which work as usual