GEOG 267 : Geodatabase Design
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Covers fundamentals of creating, using, editing, and managing spatial and attribute data stored in a geodatabase in ArcGIS. Topics include data migration; data loading; topology rules; use of subtypes, attribute domains, and relationship classes. Also covered are creation, editing and analysis of geometric networks.
1. Apply GIS skills necessary to provide geospatial and thematic data.
2. Coordinate and manage the delivery of reliable, valid, GIS data including analysis and specialized user needs products.
3. Develop and implement GIS services for users who may or may not be GIS knowledgeable.
4. Utilize professional communication skills to achieve project outcomes in collaboration with GIS users across disciplines.
5. Work in groups modeling behaviors and values of the GIS professional.