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作       者:Tripp Corbin, GISP

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出版时间:2015-12-04

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Create, analyze, maintain, and share 2D and 3D maps with the powerful tools of ArcGIS Pro About This Book Visualize GIS data in 2D and 3D maps Create GIS projects for quick and easy access to data, maps, and analysis tools A practical guide that helps to import maps, globes, and scenes from ArcMap, ArcScene, or ArcGlobe Who This Book Is For This book is for anyone wishing to learn how ArcGIS Pro can be used to create maps and perform geospatial analysis. It will be especially helpful for those that have used ArcMap and ArcCatalog in the past and are looking to migrate to Esri’s newest desktop GIS solution. Though previous GIS experience is not required, you must have a solid foundation using Microsoft Windows. It is also helpful if you understand how to manage folders and files within the Microsoft Windows environment. What You Will Learn Install ArcGIS Pro and assign Licenses to users in your organization Navigate and use the ArcGIS Pro ribbon interface to create maps and perform analysis Create and manage ArcGIS Pro GIS Projects Create 2D and 3D maps to visualize and analyze data Author map layouts using cartographic tools and best practices to show off the results of your analysis and maps Import existing map documents, scenes, and globes into your new ArcGIS Pro projects quickly Create standardized workflows using Tasks Automate analysis and processes using ModelBuilder and Python In Detail ArcGIS Pro is Esri’s newest desktop GIS application with powerful tools for visualizing, maintaining, and analyzing data. ArcGIS Pro makes use of the modern ribbon interface and 64-bit processing to increase the speed and efficiency of using GIS. It allows users to create amazing maps in both 2D and 3D quickly and easily.This book will take you from software installation to performing geospatial analysis. It is packed with how-to’s for a host of commonly-performed tasks. You will start by learning how to download and install the software including hardware limitations and recommendations. Then you are exposed to the new Ribbon interface and how its smart design can make finding tools easier.After you are exposed to the new interface, you are walked through the steps to create a new GIS Project to provide quick access to project resources. With a project created, you will learn how to construct 2D and 3D maps including how to add layers, adjust symbology, and control labeling. Next you will learn how to access and use analysis tools to help you answer real-world questions.Lastly, you will learn how processes can be automated and standardized in ArcGIS Pro using Tasks, Models, and Python Scripts.This book will provide an invaluable resource for all those seeking to use ArcGIS Pro as their primary GIS application or for those looking to migrate from ArcMap and ArcCatalog. Style and approach This book includes detailed explanations of the GIS functionality and workflows in ArcGIS Pro. These are supported by easy-to-follow exercises that will help you gain an understanding of how to use ArcGIS Pro to perform a range of tasks.
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Learning ArcGIS Pro

Table of Contents

Learning ArcGIS Pro

Credits

About the Author

About the Reviewer

www.PacktPub.com

Support files, eBooks, discount offers, and more

Why subscribe?

Free access for Packt account holders

Preface

What this book covers

What you need for this book

Who this book is for

Conventions

Reader feedback

Customer support

Downloading the exercise data

Downloading the color images of this book

Errata

Piracy

Questions

1. Introducing ArcGIS Pro

Installing ArcGIS Pro

ArcGIS Pro minimum system requirements

Operating system requirements

Hardware requirements

Other software requirements

Recommendations from the author

Downloading the install files

Installing ArcGIS Pro

Conducting a silent install for IT departments

Managing and assigning ArcGIS Pro licenses

The number and level of ArcGIS Pro licenses

Managing ArcGIS Pro licenses

Launching ArcGIS Pro

Downloading and installing exercise data

Opening an existing ArcGIS Pro project

Summary

2. Using ArcGIS Pro – Navigating through the Interface

Understanding the new interface terminology

The ArcGIS Pro interface terminology

Using the interface

Navigating the ribbon

The PROJECT tab

New

Save

Save As

Portal

Licensing

Options

The MAP tab

The Navigate group

The Explore tool

The Bookmarks tool

The Layer group

The Add Data tool

The Add Preset tool

The Selection group

The Select tool

The Select By Attributes tool

The Select By Location tool

The Inquiry group

The Infographics tool

The Measure tool

The Locate tool

Exercise 2A – working with the MAP tab

Step 1 – opening a project

Step 2 – navigating in the map

Step 3 – using the Infographics tool (optional)

Contextual tabs

The FEATURE LAYER contextual tab

The APPEARANCE tab

The LABELING tab

Exercise 2B – working with 2D and 3D layers

Step 1 – opening the project and adding layers

Step 2 – changing symbology

Step 3 – labeling

Step 4 – working with a 3D layer

Summary

3. Creating and Working with ArcGIS Pro Projects

Working with an ArcGIS Pro project

Understanding project terminology

A project item

A portal item

A project package

The home folder

The default geodatabase

Using the Project pane

Exercise 3A – using the Project pane

Step 1 – open and save a project

Step 2 – navigating in the Project pane

Step 3 – adding a database connection

Step 4 – adjusting the layers

Step 5 – connecting to ArcGIS server

Creating a new project and project templates

Creating a new project with Esri templates

Exercise 3B – using an Esri template to create a new project

Step 1 – creating a new project using the Local scene template

Step 2 – connecting to data sources and adding your surface

Custom project templates

Exercise 3C – creating a custom project template

Step 1 – create a project

Step 2 – setting up a default map in the template

Step 3 – adding a layout from an existing map document

Step 4 – saving a project as a template

Step 5 – creating a new project using a custom template

Summary

4. Creating 2D Maps

Creating and configuring 2D maps

Creating a new map

Exercise 4A – adding and configuring layers in a map

Step 1 – creating the project

Step 2 – adding layers

Exercise 4B – adding a new map to a project

Step 1 – creating the new map

Step 2 – filtering a layer with a definition query

Step 3 – adding annotation to the map

Exercise 4C – using map and layer files

Step 1 – adding a new map using a map file

Step 2 – creating and using a layer file

Step 3 – labeling

Step 4 – configuring label conflict and placement options

Challenge

Summary

5. Creating 3D Maps

3D maps

Exercise 5A – creating a simple 3D scene

Step 1 – creating a project and 3D scene

Step 2 – adding a layer

Step 3 – making a layer 3D

Elevations

Ground elevations

Digital Elevation Models

Triangulated Irregular Networks

Extruding features

Other methods to display 3D data

Exercise 5B – creating a local scene

Step 1 – open a project and add a local scene

Step 2 – setting the ground surface

Step 3 – adding layers and setting symbology

Summary

6. Creating a Layout

Things you need to consider when designing a layout

Purpose

The audience

The author's story: A

The author's story: B

A situation

Creating a layout in ArcGIS Pro

Exercise 6A – creating a simple layout

Step 1 – open ArcGIS Pro and your project

Step 2 – adding a new blank layout

Step 3 – displaying the desired area

Step 4 – adding other elements

Challenge

Exercise 6B – creating and using a layout template

Step 1 – saving a template file

Step 2 – creating a new layout using a layout file

Step 3 – configuring a new layout

The challenge

Summary

7. Editing Spatial and Tabular Data

Editable data formats

Data formats – editable or not

How to know what format data is in

How to edit data using ArcGIS Pro

How to start editing features and attributes

Preparing to edit

The EDIT tab

Creating new features

Feature templates

Exercise 7A – creating new features

Step 1 – opening your project and preparing to edit

Step 2 – adding your source data

Step 3 – drawing a new sewer line

Step 4 – update attributes

Challenge

Step 5 – drawing the manholes

Step 6 – adding the roads

Challenge

Editing your schema

Adding a field

Field name

Alias

Field data types

Exercise 7B – adding a field and populating values

Step 1 – adding the field

Step 2 – populating the field using the field calculator

Importing a new feature class

Exercise 7C – importing a Shapefile

Step 1 – open the project and add a layer

Step 2 – export to geodatabase

Summary

8. Geoprocessing

What determines which tools you can use?

Licensing levels

Extensions for ArcGIS Pro

Spatial Analyst

3D Analyst

Network Analyst

Exercise 8A – determining the license level and extension

Step 1 – open ArcGIS Pro

Step 2 – determining the license level and extension

The analysis process

Preparing data for analysis

The Clip tool

The Dissolve tool

The Project tool

The Merge tool

The Append tool

Exercise 8B – using the Clip and Dissolve tools

Step 1 – evaluate the data

Step 2 – clipping the streets

Step 3 – simplifying the data and calculating the total length

Step 4 – exporting a table to Excel

Other commonly used geoprocessing analysis tools

Overlay analysis

Union

Intersect

Proximity analysis

Buffer

Multiple Ring Buffer

Exercise 8C – performing analysis

Step 1 – locating commercial properties near sewer lines

Step 2 – exporting selected parcels

Step 3 – determining how much of each commercial property is in the floodplain

Step 4 – selecting commercial parcels that are not in the floodplain

Summary

9. Creating and Using Tasks

What is a task?

Components of a task

Running a task

Exercise 9A – running a simple task

Step 1 – start ArcGIS Pro and open a project

Step 2 – opening and running a task

Creating tasks

Exercise 9B – exploring a task

Step 1 – open a project

Step 2 – opening a task in the Task Designer

Step 3 – Reviewing a task's steps

Things to consider

What is the purpose or goal of the task?

What is the workflow which supports the purpose?

How will the task be used?

Who is the audience for the task?

Creating a task

Creating a Task Item

Creating a Task Group

Creating a task

Exercise 9C – creating a task

Step 1 – open is project and create a Task Item

Step 2 – creating a new task

Task steps

Components of a step

General

Actions

Views

Contents

Exercise 9D – adding steps to a task

Step 1 – open task in the Task Designer

Step 2 – adding a step to zoom

Step 3 – selecting the street segment

Step 4 – selecting nearby parcels

Step 5 – exporting selections to Excel spreadsheet

Step 6 – run your task

Challenge

Summary

10. Automating Processes with ModelBuilder and Python

Tasks, geoprocessing models, and Python scripts – what is the difference?

Geoprocessing model

Python script

What is the difference?

Creating geoprocessing models

Model components and terminology

Saving a model

Exercise 10A – creating a model

Step 1 – open the project and the ModelBuilder window

Step 2 – adding model components

Step 3 – adding another process

Running a model

Exercise 10B – running a model

Step 1 – running the model from ModelBuilder

Step 2 – resetting the run state

Step 3 – running the model from a toolbox

Making a model interactive

Exercise 10C – making a model interactive

Step 1 – marking variables as parameters

Step 2 – exposing hidden variables

Step 3 – running the model

Python

Some Python basics

Commenting and documenting your scripts

Variables

Data paths

The ArcPy module

Locating Python syntax for a geoprocessing tool

Exercise 10D – creating a Python script

Step 1 – open IDLE

Step 2 – writing the script

Step 3 – adding the script to ArcGIS Pro and running it

Summary

11. Sharing Your Work

Sharing content with those on your network

If they have ArcGIS Pro

A layer file

Exercise 11A – creating a layer file and using it

Step 1 – creating the layer file

Step 2 – using the layer file to add a layer to a map

Map files

The map file challenge

Layout files

The layout file challenge

If they don't have ArcGIS Pro

Exporting to other GIS formats

Exercise 11B – exporting to KML

Step 1 – download and install Google Earth or Google Earth Pro

Step 2 – exporting to KML

Step 3 – opening KML/KMZ in Google Earth

Exporting to non-GIS formats

Exporting maps and layouts

Exporting tables

Sharing content with those not on your network

A layer package

Exercise 11C – creating a layer package

Step 1 – creating the layer package

Step 2 – testing the package

A map package

The map package challenge

Project packages

The project package challenge

Summary

A. ArcGIS Pro Glossary

B. Chapter Questions and Answers

Chapter 1 – Introducing ArcGIS Pro

Chapter 2 – Using ArcGIS Pro – Navigating through the Interface

Chapter 3 – Creating and Working with ArcGIS Pro Projects

Chapter 4 – Creating 2D Maps

Chapter 5 – Creating 3D Maps

Chapter 6 – Creating a Layout

Chapter 7 – Editing Spatial and Tabular Data

Chapter 8 – Geoprocessing

Chapter 9 – Creating and Using Tasks

Chapter 10 – Automating Processes with ModelBuilder and Python

Chapter 11 – Sharing Your Work

Index

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