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August 16, 2017
  • Aug
    16 

    Introduction to ArcGIS Online

    8:30 am4:30 pm

    Esri's ArcGIS Online is a Cloud-based GIS Solution that provides a robust platform for sharing geospatial data with users both inside and outside of your organization. ArcGIS Online allows you to share data, maps, tools and applications via the web using this Esri hosted solution. Every group or organization that uses ArcGIS for Desktop and is under current maintenance can make use of this power tool from Esri. The key to getting the most out of any tool or technology is knowing how to use it and what it can do. This one day class will introduce students to the fundamentals of using ArcGIS Online. You will learn how to create content such as web maps with ArcGIS Online, administer your organizations portal, how to share data, maps, and apps and more.
    Target Audience
    This course is designed for those that have experience using Esri's ArcGIS Desktop tools that want to learn more about how they can leverage ArcGIS Online to share the data and maps they create with others both inside and outside the organization.
    Prerequisites and Recommendations
    Students taking this course should have taken Introduction to ArcGIS II or have at least one year of experience using ArcGIS Desktop
    Topics Covered
    • Introducing ArcGIS Online
    • Creating & publishing content for your ArcGIS Online portal
    • Creating web maps using ArcGIS Online
    • Sharing your ArcGIS Online content
    • Creating web apps using Esri templates
    • Administering your ArcGIS Online portal
    Materials
    • Digital copies of course lectures and exercises
    • Access to course materials via web even after class is finished including recorded lectures and exercise data
    Price: $400.00 per person
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    ArcGIS

August 17, 2017
  • Aug
    17 

    ModelBuilder Basics

    8:30 am4:30 pm
    909 Capability Drive, NCSU Centennial Campus, Reasearch Building IV, Room 3425 (3rd Floor), Raleigh, NC.

    Geoprocessing is an essential aspect of GIS that provides the ability to analyze and process geographic data. Geoprocessing tools can be accessed in ArcGIS via ArcToolbox, ModelBuilder, or Python scripts. ArcGIS ModelBuilderallows users with little to no programming skills to develop automated data processing routines within ArcGIS using a graphical interface.

    ArcGIS' ModelBuilder provides a graphical modeling framework for designing and implementing geoprocessing models that can include system tools, scripts, models, and data that are linked together to form an analysis or processing workflow. Because ModelBuilder uses a graphical interface that is integrated with ArcMap, ArcCatalog, and ArcToolbox, users can create Models without the need of learning a programming language. Models without the need of learning a programming language. However a model can be extended using Python scripts.

    This one-day course introduces students to basic ModelBuilder concepts. Students will learn how ModelBuilder can be used to create automated routines and workflows.

    This course is offered by ITRE through eGIS Associates.

    Target Audience

    This course is for those who wish to learn how ModelBuilder can be used to help automate processes, standardize workflows and provide process documentation.

    Prerequisites and Recommendations

    Students wishing to take this course should have completed Introduction to ArcGIS II or have similar real world experience.

    Course Goals

    After successfully completing this course, the student will have acquired the skills needed to build simple models using ModelBuilder in ArcGIS Desktop. These new skills include:

    • Creating custom toolboxes for sharing and storing Models
    • Creating interactive models using ModelBuilder
    • Understand use of variables within a model
    • Setting parameters in a model
    • Understand the difference between tool parameters and model parameters
    • Working intermediate data
    • Adding results from a model to your display
    Topics Covered
    • Introduction to ModelBuilder
    • Creating interactive models
    • Controlling process order within a model
    • Introduction to Python & ArcPy for use in ModelBuilder
    Software Used

    The following software licenses or applications are used in this course:

    • ArcGIS for Desktop 10.1 or 10.2 (Basic, Standard & Advanced)
    Materials

    Each student will receive a copy of Esri Press' Getting to Know ArcGIS ModelBuilder by David W. Allen which includes course exercises and exercise data. Students will also receive electronic copies of instructor lectures with notes.

    Price: $400.00 per person
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    ModelBuilder

  • Aug
    17 18

    ModelBuilder Bundle

    8:30 am4:30 pm
    909 Capability Drive, NCSU Centennial Campus, Reasearch Building IV, Room 3425 (3rd Floor), Raleigh, NC.

    ArcGIS' ModelBuilder provides a graphical modeling framework for designing and implementing geoprocessing models that can include system tools, scripts, other models, and data that are linked together to form an analysis or processing workflow. Because ModelBuilder uses a graphical interface that is integrated with ArcMap, ArcCatalog and ArcToolbox, users can create Models without the need of learning a programming language. However a model can be extended using Python scripts.

    This bundle allows students to attend four days of training which will include:

    • 1. ModelBuilder Basics
    • 2. Intermediate ModelBuilder
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    Target Audience

    This course is for those who wish to learn how ModelBuilder can be used to help automate processes, standardize workflows and provide process documentation.

    Prerequisites and Recommendations

    Students wishing to take this course should have completed Introduction to ArcGIS II or have similar real world experience.

    Course Goals

    After successfully completing this course, the student will have acquired the skills needed to build simple models and to build models that take advantage of batch processing techniques using ModelBuilder in ArcGIS Desktop. These new skills include:

    • Creating custom toolboxes for sharing and storing Models
    • Creating interactive models using ModelBuilder
    • Understand use of variables within a model
    • Setting parameters in a model
    • Understand the difference between tool parameters and model parameters
    • Working intermediate data
    • Adding results from a model to your display
    • Using iterations to loop a model through a given data set or field
    • Creating help documentation for your model so others can easily use it
    • Create a model from scratch to automate a single workflow or analysis
    • Control environmental variables within a model
    Topics Covered
    • Introduction to ModelBuilder
    • Creating interactive models
    • Controlling process order within a model
    • Introduction to Python & ArcPy for use in ModelBuilder
    • The Modeling Environment – setting environmental variables
    • Batch processing in a Model
    • Documenting your model
    • Capstone project – use your data or ours
    Software Used

    The following software licenses or applications are used in this course:

    • ArcGIS for Desktop 10.1 or 10.2 (Basic, Standard & Advanced)
    Materials

    Each student will receive a copy of Esri Press' Getting to Know ArcGIS ModelBuilder by David W. Allen which includes course exercises and exercise data. Students will also receive electronic copies of instructor lectures with notes.

    Price: $630.00 per person
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    ModelBuilder

August 18, 2017
  • Aug
    18 

    Intermediate ModelBuilder

    8:30 am4:30 pm
    909 Capability Drive, NCSU Centennial Campus, Reasearch Building IV, Room 3425 (3rd Floor), Raleigh, NC.

    ArcGIS' ModelBuilder provides a graphical modeling framework for designing and implementing geoprocessing models that can include system tools, scripts, other models, and data that are linked together to form an analysis or processing workflow. Because ModelBuilder uses a graphical interface that is integrated with ArcMap, ArcCatalog and ArcToolbox, users can create Models without the need of learning a programming language. However a model can be extended using Python scripts.

    This one-day course builds on the skills and knowledge gained in the ModelBuilder Basics course. Students will learn how they can create models which will automatically loop through a set of data or values. They will also learn how to set and control environmental variables such as default workspaces or coordinate systems within a model. Students will develop help documentation for their model to provide guidance to others which might make use of the model they create.

    The class finishes with students using all the skills they have learned to develop a model from start to finish as part of a capstone project. Students may bring data from their organization and develop a model for a workflow specific to them or use data and a scenario provided by the instructor.

    This course is offered by ITRE through eGIS Associates.

    Target Audience

    This course is for those who wish to learn how ModelBuilder can be used to help automate processes, standardize workflows, and provide process documentation.

    Prerequisites and Recommendations

    Students wishing to take this course should have completed ModelBuilder Basics or have similar real world experience.

    Course Goals

    After successfully completing this course, the student will have acquired the skills needed to build models that take advantage of batch processing techniques using ModelBuilder in ArcGIS Desktop. These new skills include:

    • Using iterations to loop a model through a given data set or field
    • Creating help documentation for your model so others can easily use it
    • Create a model from scratch to automate a single workflow or analysis
    • Control environmental variables within a model
    Topics Covered
    • The Modeling Environment – setting environmental variables
    • Batch processing in a Model
    • Documenting your model
    • Capstone project – use your data or ours
    Software Used

    The following software licenses or applications are used in this course:

    • ArcGIS for Desktop 10.1 or 10.2 (Basic, Standard & Advanced)
    Materials

    Each student will receive a copy of Esri Press' Getting to Know ArcGIS ModelBuilder by David W. Allen which includes course exercises and exercise data. Students will also receive electronic copies of instructor lectures with notes.

    Price: $300.00 per person
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    ModelBuilder