All classes are offered online in one of two class formats:
The geodatabase is the newest spatial data model created by Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. for use in the ArcGIS desktop application suite. The model vastly improves the accuracy and integrity of spatial data through key advantages that allow you to assign behaviors to individual features, define relationships between classes of features, apply high-level topological models, and network editing. This course serves as an introduction to personal geodatabase concepts and illustrates how to implement geographic database designs.
* Building a new geodatabase, feature data set, feature class, and table
* Populating a geodatabase with GIS data
* Adding behavior to your features by creating subtypes and
* Migrating existing GIS data into a geodatabase
* Setting up relationships between objects
* Applying topology rules to improve data accuracy
* Using network analysis for path searching, flow tracing etc.
Class Format: Approximately 50% lecture, 50% software applications.
Course fee: $395
Enrollment Deadline: Monday, March 1, 2021
Enrolled students are provided access to student licensing for ArcGIS and/or Erdas software, which only work on a Windows operating system. These software programs are NOT compatible with a Mac operating system. For Mac users, review alternative options here: https://gis.sfsu.edu/arcgis-on-a-mac
Optional lab meetings will be held in the evening M-Th.
|Refund Code||Full Refund||75% Refund||No Refund|
|CEL_2||Class dropped one day prior to class start day||Class dropped on class start day||Class dropped beyond class start day|
Last Update: Nov 24, 2020 10:20am