ArcGIS Pro 3.x Cookbook, 2nd Edition: Create, manage, analyze, maintain, and visualize geospatial data using ArcGIS Pro Front Cover

ArcGIS Pro 3.x Cookbook, 2nd Edition: Create, manage, analyze, maintain, and visualize geospatial data using ArcGIS Pro

  • Length: 564 pages
  • Edition: 2
  • Publisher:
  • Publication Date: 2024-05-03
  • ISBN-10: 1837631700
  • ISBN-13: 9781837631704

Leverage the powerful tools in Esri’s ArcGIS Pro to perform geospatial analysis

Key Features

  • Harness the power of ArcGIS Pro to build informative maps showcasing your GIS data
  • Analyze geospatial data through proximity, spatial statistics, and hotspot analysis
  • Increase data entry efficiency and quality with advanced geodatabase behavior
  • Purchase of the print or Kindle book includes a free PDF eBook

Book Description

ArcGIS Pro is Esri’s newest desktop Geographic Information System (GIS) application with powerful tools for visualizing, maintaining, and analyzing data. As it replaces older platforms like ArcMap and ArcCatalog applications, users are quickly migrating to ArcGIS Pro, which features a modern ribbon interface and 64-bit processing to increase the speed and efficiency of using GIS. Written by a geospatial industry leader with 28+ years of experience, this cookbook will help existing ArcMap users transition to ArcGIS Pro and teach new users how to make the most of the powerful GIS tools it contains.

After a brief refresher on ArcGIS Pro and working with projects, you’ll be quickly taken through recipes for creating geodatabases and using various data formats supported by the application. You’ll learn how to link external tables to enrich existing GIS datasets in ArcGIS before exploring methods for editing 2D and 3D data, and gain an understanding of how topology ensures data integrity. The last set of chapters will teach you how to enable advanced behavior in a geodatabase.

After working through the recipes in this book, you’ll be ready to use ArcGIS Pro as your primary desktop GIS application for maintaining, analyzing, and displaying data using its diverse toolkit.

What you will learn

  • Navigate the new ArcGIS Pro ribbon interface
  • Create and publish 2D and 3D maps
  • Edit data using standard tools and topology
  • Link data together using joins, relates, and relationship classes
  • Create a new geodatabase and validate data using domains, subtypes, attribute rules, and contingent values
  • Convert data formats and project data to new coordinate systems
  • Perform proximity analysis and map clusters with hotspot analysis
  • Conduct advanced 3D analysis with 3D Analyst extension

Who this book is for

This book is for GIS professionals, architects, specialists, analysts, and technicians looking to learn how to use ArcGIS Pro and the powerful data editing, analysis, and creation tools it offers. Those who are just getting started with ArcGIS Pro and wish to expand their skills, as well as those who want to migrate to this platform will also find this book helpful. While some basic GIS experience is helpful, it’s not a prerequisite.

Table of Contents

  1. ArcGIS Pro Capabilities and Terminology
  2. Adding and Configuring Layers to a Map
  3. Linking Data Together
  4. Editing Exisiting Spatial Features
  5. Creating new Spatial data
  6. Editing Tabular Data
  7. Projections and Coordinate System Basics
  8. Creating a Geodatabase
  9. Enableing Advanced Functionality in a Geodatabase
  10. Validating and Editing Data with Topologies
  11. Converting Data
  12. Proximity Analysis
  13. Spatial Statistics and Hot Spots
  14. 3D Maps and 3D Analyst
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