Preparing for the ArcGIS course

A little less than a week, I begin to feel the stress of an ArcGIS course, of those who come out who knows whereWhat do you accept, do not you know? when, and that suddenly you are already committed.

arcgis cadastre

It is a group of enthusiasts who do not want to complicate with the unknown software, who have the money and hope to integrate ArcGIS. For a moment I wanted to offer you other options, but in this case, ArcGIS is what suits you best, for a number of circumstances, including the provision of manuals and the time I do not have for a longer course.

They need to integrate a cadastral system, which I see includes files with a succulent topological cleaning. I was pleased to know that these maps were built by the person who taught me Microstation a few years ago, hence the dirt they have is the product of crazy maintenance and innocence in not applying the Historical. This would make it easier to know where changes are going and possible topological errors.

icon_arcgis For now, I have made a dietary proposal, because neither they have, nor I count on time, less if you have to travel a couple of hours. Classroom training will be covered on two weekends, with assignments for the week and a two-week support via Gmail chat.

In addition, it will be necessary to give you a step-by-step tutorial of the most common 7 routines, among which has been identified:

  • CAD data integration
  • Integration into the database
  • Analysis with other layers for planning
  • Cadastral maintenance
  • Generating maps for printing
  • Interaction with Google Earth

There I tell you how it is going, for now I have demanded that you have the machines ready and send me examples of the data to go making the geodatabase. And if everything goes well, maybe those tutorials step by step and support tips end up loaded in this blog.

5 Replies to "Preparing for the ArcGIS course"

  1. With respect to the manuals, I don't have any of ArcGIS more than those obtained there on the web. And with the guide I am preparing for the municipality that I will be accompanying, when I have it I will be sharing it here, I am still going raw.

  2. Hello friend Carlos.
    A pleasure to know that this space has served you, is a reason for the blog. Your topic is broad, and I could not give you magic formulas in an answer, however I will give you some criteria that may be useful.

    If you have commercial software licenses, in which considerable amounts have been invested, I do not recommend migrating to free software. Well, migration also implies another investment.

    But if not much has been invested, and there is a capacity to invest part of what was planned for licenses and development, gvSIG, PostGIS, mapserver, Bender or qGIS are platforms with sufficient maturity for construction and publication, with online support with the communities that drive its implementation. Even Venezuela is a territory where there are favorable conditions for these purposes.

    About visiting them ... I would have to see it with my time, but have the confidence to write to the editor (arroba) geofumadas (dot) com and we can talk about ways I can help you.

    Greetings to Venezuela

  3. Greetings, my friend, I am really an active visitor to your page, look at the current times we are working here in the state called La Caipatal de Venezuela in a project called Lara Digital where the geographic information system of our state is one of The fundamental pieces of the project. We are working with argis 9.1 and for the publication in the wed under flex which the api that is in the network helped us a lot, but the people of the esri have provided us with a demo ?, even if it is possible that we I will send to my mail the manuals of the course you are doing as well as the possibility of having some argis manuals we would love to help us. Look another thing that I told you is that we have explored the need to migrate to free software, you know the cost of the people of Esri but I have not got a guide from a person who tells me that it is the best in open sorce, look I think you are the Ice cream dad is to say the very prepared person in GIS would like you to help me and if you want send a proposal to visit our city. Waiting for your contribution and your help in this regard, he says goodbye in a very coordinated manner from the warm lands of Barquisimeto-Venezuela. An active geofumada visitor.

    Carlos Oropeza

  4. I was interested in your last lines.

    Let everything work out and we can count on those tutorials.


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