ArcView GIS Exercise Book

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ONWORD Press, 1997 - Computers - 432 pages
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The ArcView Exercise Book provides hands-on experience in fundamental to sophisticated functionality in ArcView, ESRI's desktop geographic information systems software. Early chapters focus on the basic tools and functions of ArcView document types. Subsequent chapters highlight advanced analysis and functions in the context of real world applications. The final series of exercises culminates in the deployment of a custom end-user application complete with a custom user interface.

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This book goes through all the basics of ArcView... with step-by-step screen images and examples provided on a CD-ROM. I found it to be most helpful with learning how to layer data tables and images. This is a great book if you are just starting out with a little experience under your belt. Read full review

About the author (1997)

Pat Hohl is a senior electric engineer for Riverside, California's Public Utilities Department. His experience includes being CAD/GIS manager responsible for data conversion, software development, and implementation.

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