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1 * Simple Editing * Feature Creation Tools * Labels & Annotation Day 2 ArcGIS Goals for the Afternoon

2 Simple editing in ArcMap

3 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-3 Editing in ArcMap  Data that can be edited  Shapefile: ArcView  Personal geodatabase (simple features): ArcView  Personal geodatabase (all features): ArcEditor  ArcSDE geodatabase: ArcEditor  Edit source feature class  Only one workspace at a time  Only one data frame at a time

4 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-4 Starting to edit  Editor toolbar  Starting an edit session

5 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-5  Standard  Cut, copy, and paste work across layers Using other toolbars while editing DeleteCopy Cut Redo PasteUndo

6 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-6  Select features  Uses selectable layers  Shift-click to add or remove features from the selection  Move selected features  Editor > Move moves a feature delta x,y Edit tool

7 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-7 Shared Edit tool  Moves coincident geometry in a feature dataset  Use Integrate to make coordinates coincident

8 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-8 Rotate tool  Rotates a feature around the selection anchor  Move the selection anchor  Press A to specify an exact angle  Positive angles are clockwise Selection anchor

9 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-9  Attributes window  Change values for one feature  Change values for all selected features  Copy values from one feature to another  Undo/Redo any changes Editing attributes Layer Selected features Attribute values

10 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-10  Are shapes  Work with the current task  Create New Feature  Select Features Using A Line  More Sketches Current task

11 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-11  Sketch is used to add new features to the target layer  Other operations that create new features  Division, Buffer, Copy parallel, Paste Create New Feature task Finished sketch Target layer

12 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-12  Creates a sketch  Click once to add vertices  Double-click to finish the sketch Sketch tool Click Double-click

13 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-13 Snapping  Snap to layer geometry  Order set in Snapping dialog (drag and drop)  Snap to sketch geometry  Cursor displays snap location Tolerance

14 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-14  End  The endpoints of a line  Vertex  Edge  Anywhere along a segment  Connection  A custom snapping point  Only visible if custom feature exists Layer snapping Connections Circuit Edge End Vertex

15 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-15 Sketch snapping  Snapping based on the current sketch  Perpendicular to sketch  The next segment will snap perpendicular to the previous  Edit sketch vertices  Edit sketch edges

16 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-16 General options  Decimal places  Snapping tolerance  Stretch features proportionally  Stream options  Tolerance  Number of points in an Undo operation

17 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-17 Exercise 4a: Simple Editing  Do some simple editing  Move  Rotate  Create  Edit attributes

18 Using the feature creation tools

19 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-19 Feature Creation Tools Overview  Create features in the target layer  Divide  Buffer  Copy Parallel  Union  Intersect  Create features in the same layer  Split  Merge

20 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-20 Divide  Creates features at a given interval along a line  Can specify number or distance Electric line Target layer Poles

21 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-21 Buffer  Buffers selected features by a specified distance Two discrete polygons in target layer

22 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-22 Copy Parallel  Copies a line feature parallel to the original feature  Positive is on the right side of the feature  Creates feature in target layer

23 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-23 Union and Intersect  Creates features in the target layer  Does not delete original features  Union  Example: Creating a sales territory  Intersect  Example: Overlapping area of sales territories

24 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-24 Clip  Preserves or discards the intersected area  Buffer distance  Only modifies editable polygon layers Geometry removed within 20 units of selected line

25 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-25 Split and Merge  Replace existing feature with new feature  Honors Split and Merge rules  Merge  Line or polygon  Example: Combining two parcels  Split  Line  By percentage or distance  Example: Splitting a water main in half

26 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-26 Exercise 4b: Try using the Feature Creation Tools  Experiment with Clip and Copy Parallel

27 Working with labels and annotation

28 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-28 Labels and Annotation  Labeling options  Label placement  Label visibility  Grouping labels  Generating annotation  Dimensioning

29 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-29 Labeling options  Labels  Displayed on the fly  Stored as a property of the layer  Annotation  Stored as a feature  Stored separately from the source feature class  Graphics layer  Geodatabase

30 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-30 Point placement  Placement options  Use predefined placement scheme  Place label on point  Hierarchy of angles  Rules for conflicts  Weights between labels and features Predefined scheme Label on point Angles 45 and 225

31 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-31 Label placement  Constraints  Based on orientation  Position on line  On start point or endpoint  Along line  Map units offset  Angle  Make labels follow the curve of the line At the endpoint Below or to the leftAbove or to the right Following the curve of the line

32 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-32 Label visibility  Scale ranges  Independent of layer Labels are displayed between these scales 1:1 1:100,0001:75,0001:45,000Label scale range Feature scale range 45,000 0

33 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-33 Labeling with an expression  Visual Basic Script or JavaScript  Simple concatenation  + JavaScript  & Visual Basic Script  Logical expressions  Click Advanced  If...Then  New line  "\n" JavaScript  "vbNewLine" Visual Basic Script [Name] & vbNewLine & [POPULATION]

34 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-34 Labeling features differently  Classes are groups of features labeled the same way (e.g., larger cities displayed with larger text)  Can create multiple classes  SQL expression defines the features in a class

35 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-35 Setting reference scale  For a data frame  Text scales with the map features Set reference scale Zoom with reference scale set Zoom with reference scale off

36 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-36 Creating annotation  Convert labels to annotation  Current scale is used as the reference scale  Options for storage  Define an annotation feature class in ArcCatalog  Feature linked  Annotation is added with new feature  Convert from coverage annotation  Tool in Labels category of the Customize dialog

37 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-37 Storing annotation  In a graphics layer  As geodatabase features  When the source feature moves, the annotation does not move  As feature-linked geodatabase features  When the source feature moves, so does the annotation

38 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-38 Overflow window  List of labels that could not be placed  Options

39 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-39 Exercise 4c: Try Labelling your Data

40 Copyright © 1999–2001 ESRI. All Rights Reserved. ArcGIS 1-40 Ticket Out  the map that you created.

41 Congratulations, You Did it! You made it through ArcGIS Training Day!


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