This is just to correct a statement (in the tool that should be used) that had been made in the previous video. Although the whole topic and ideas of the original video stays correct, as it is that some projections alter the angles while keeping surfaces when others alter surfaces while keeping angles; as well as the use of Google Earth to choose an appropriate projection for your GIS project. Thank you for your comprehension.
Learn how to set an appropriate ArcGIS Projection coordinate system for your GIS project using ArcMap and Google Earth’s UTM Zone Grid. It’s quick and easy.
This ArcGIS Desktop video tutorial will show you a fantastic automated way on how you can apply the symbology of one layer to many other layers at the same time, preventing you from the hassle of doing manually.
SkyToEarth wants to inform you that a fantastic event will take place
from the 8th to the 12th July 2013 in San Diego, California.
It’s the Esri International User Conference,
Esri will cover the whole of the Geospatial Industry and will reveal
the latest tips and tricks on putting the ArcGIS platform to work in the field.
The new capabilities of ArcGIS help you do the following:
- Extend your GIS resources across your organization and to the public
- Deploy new cloud-based applications quickly and efficiently
- Create web and mobile apps to engage the public and bring real-time insight to field personnel
We contacted Esri and We also found out that there may be some presentation available online,all sometime after the conference. As well as a DVD of the technical workshops.
The plenary will be posted online.
You can have a look at the agenda and register on this link,