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Introductory course to ArcGIS Urban release 2.0

From July 30 to August 6, 2019 

Instructor: Ricardo Cuberos Mejía

Welcome to the course

In this course, the participant will focus on essential ArcMap workflows, tools, and techniques applicable to spatial analysis. In this way, a better understanding of the spatial relationships between elements is achieved and they help to understand why things happen where they happen, all of this to help in future decision-making processes. Thus, 4 types of analysis will be addressed that will help answer questions such as:

  • Which element is on top of another?
  • Which one is close to another?
  • Is there a significant spatial pattern?
  • Is there a frequency pattern in the event?

Course goals

  • Use an analytical workflow to answer analysis questions
  • Develop analytical workflows, such as creating a weighted fit model and determining changes over time
  • Build and adapt geoprocessing models to automate the analysis process.
  • Share geoprocessing results.

          Software requirements

          • Operating System Windows 7 or higher (.NET Framework 3.5 SP1 must be installed.)
          • To complete this course, the participant needs the ArcGIS Desktop program Version: 10.3,10.4,10.5 or 10.6 ( Not supplied )
          • A public ArcGIS Online account
          • It is recommended to have a Skype account for communication with the instructor and the Teamviewer program to be used in case of remote assistance.

          Hardware requirements

          • Personal computer or laptop with Dual Core processor (minimum recommended)
          • RAM Memory 4 GigaBytes (Minimum) 
          • Hard disk with available space of 5 Gbytes to perform the exercises
          • 64MB RAM (minimum) graphics adapter, 256MB RAM or more recommended. NVIDIA, ATI, and Intel chipsets are supported.
          • Internet connection

          Data

          Manual and exercises to carry out the course are provided once the participant has registered in it (for download, the English version).

          Duration

          EThis course has a duration of 16 academic hours, which the participant distributes over a week according to their schedule availability.

          Certificate

          UOnce the course is finished, a Certificate of Participation is issued.