Creating and Analyzing Surfaces Using ArcGIS Spatial Analyst

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In this course, you will use ArcGIS Spatial Analyst to model a variety of real-world scenarios to create new data, derive new information from existing data, analyze complex terrain attributes, and solve problems. You will work with elevation rasters and other data to model surfaces, evaluate results and create a variety of maps for more informed decision making.
Who Should Attend
GIS analysts and other experienced ArcGIS users who need to perform raster-based spatial modelling and analyses such as:
  • Finding suitable locations for new development
  • Siting cellular and radio towers and mapping potential relay tower sites
  • Finding low-visibility locations for storage tank farms
  • Finding optimal locations based on site slope and aspect requirements
  • Determining lines of fire for military fortifications
  • Predicting fire risk
Goals
After completing this course, you will be able to:
  • Use different interpolation methods to create surfaces from sample data and evaluate the results
  • Calculate density, slope and aspect
  • Create hillshade, shaded relief and contour maps
  • Calculate visibility surfaces and viewsheds

Details

Duration

1 day

Price
525
Product
ArcGIS Desktop
Industry
Health Care
Public Safety
Natural Resources
NGOs
Public Works
Transportation
Utilities
Commercial
Government
Land & Property
ArcGIS Version

10.2, 10.1

Software
  • ArcGIS 10.1 for Desktop (Advanced)
  • ArcGIS Spatial Analyst 10.1
Prerequisites
Completion of ArcGIS 2: Essential Workflows or equivalent knowledge is required.
Upcoming Classes
Creating and Analyzing Surfaces Using ArcGIS Spatial Analyst
Tue, May 2, 2017, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Mountain Time
Language
English

You will use ArcGIS Spatial Analyst to model a variety of real-world scenarios to create new data, derive new information from existing data, analyze complex terrain attributes, and solve problems.