Standard letter grades
Contact hours total
Covers fundamentals of creating, using, editing, and managing spatial and attribute data in ArcGIS. Explores data migration; data loading; topology rules; use of subtypes, attribute domains, and relationship classes. Includes creating, editing, and analyzing geometric networks.
1. Design a logical data model that represents physical, geographic information.
2. Explain the components and interoperability of geodatabase elements.
3. Implement data-driven solutions using the geodatabase.
• Introduction to geodatabases
• Geodatabase schema
• Vector and raster data
• Behavior (domains, split/merge policies, relationship classes)
• Relationship classes
• Labels, annotation, and dimensions
• Topology rules, editing
• Toolboxes and geoprocessing
• Create and edit geodatabase topology
• Networks analysis and linear referencing
This course will require a textbook.
Grades may be determined using quizzes, class exercises, labs, and exams.