Price : 500 EGP

Essential and Advanced geographic information system (GIS) for geological application (Processing and interpretation)


The course will be applied on three parts each one has a duration of 5 days , these parts detailed as following;

1. Part one 


1- Exploring GIS concepts.

2- Displaying data.


• what is GIS.

• GIS functions. 

• Capturing data. 

• Sorting data. 

• Query, Analysis, display, output. 

• Organizing spatial data.

• representing data in vector data.

• Map scale.

• Component of geographic data.

• Arc-Map, Arc-Catalog, Arc-Toolbox.

•Data view and layout view.

• Layers, data frames& maps.

•Managing the table of content (TOC).

•Using a bookmark.

•Magnifier and overview windows.

•Layer symbology in ArcMap.

•Using the classification histogram.

•Changing symbol properties.

•Labeling feature.

•Scale dependant display.

•Creating a definition query.

•Saving a layer file.

Part II


1- Querying your database.

2- Working with spatial data. 


•Identifying, finding, measuring.

• Map tips and hyperlinks.

• Available selection tools.

• Selection methods.

• Interactive selection option.

• Attribute selection.

• Select by location (spatial query).

• Location selection methods

• Select by graphics.

• Calculating summary statistics.

• Representing geographic features.

• Introducing feature classes.

• Linking feature and attributes.

• Spatial data formats.

• Shapefile data format.

• Coverage data format.

• ArcInfo coverafe organitation.

• Geodatabase data format..

• Tabular location to a point feature class.

• Images and grids.

• Using ArcCatalog.

• Three ways to view data.

• The contents tab.

• The preview tab.

• The metadata tab.

• Introducing metadata.

• Connecting to data.

Part III


1- Working with tables.

2- Editing data.


• Tables.

• Understanding table anatomy. 

• Tabular data field type.

• Table formats and manipulation. 

• Tables relationships.

• Associating tables.

• Join and relates.

• Connecting tables with join.

• Connecting tables with relate.

• Graphs and reports.

• Editable data formats.

• Navigating edit session.

• Managing edit session.

• Selecting features.

• Simple editing function.

• Edit tasks

• Create new feature tasks.

• Modifying a sketch.

• Modify feature and reshape feature.

• Extend / trim feature and cut polygon.

• Using snap.

• Editing attribute data for selected feature.

• Adding table fields.

Part IV


1- Working with georeferenced data.

2- Presenting and analysis data.


• What is georeferencing?

• Coordinate systems. 

• Datum and datum conversion.

• Referencing location.

• Map projection.

• Projection distortion.

• Types of projection.

• Coordinate system components.

• Storing projection information.

• ArcMap and projection.

• Changing projection.

• Map and design objectives.

• Factor controlling cartographic design.

• Creating and setting maps

• Identify and insert map elements.

• Layout tools.

• Grids and rulers.

• Creating and using map templates.

• Printing and plotting maps.

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