Intermediate ArgGIS Version B (Updated 2/7/14)
11:45 am – 1:00 pm, Thursday, April 17 (2014), Hurst CTRL Lab 202
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) provide a powerful tool for analyzing spatial data relationships in almost any discipline. This skills workshop will introduce intermediate mapping skills in ArcGIS, the most commonly used program for displaying and analyzing GIS data. Designed for first time and new users, this workshop teaches the following skills: Create and define choropleth maps to represent attributes; Design map output layout, insert and edit map elements; Create a spatial join in ArcGIS (point-to-polygon matching). Space is limited, so please register for attendance at: https://domino.american.edu/AU/CTRL/CTRL_TrainCal.nsf/Welcome. For a list of future events, visit our website: http://www.american.edu/ctrl/rsgevents.cfm.
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