ArcView 3.3: makes it easy to create maps and add your own data to them. Using ArcView software's powerful visualization tools, you can access records.
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ArcView 3.3: makes it easy to create maps and add your own data to them. Using ArcView software's powerful visualization tools, you can access records from existing databases and display them on maps.
The ArcGIS Desktop The ArcGIS Desktop includes a suite of integrated applications: ArcMap ArcCatalog ArcToolbox Using these three applications together, you can perform any GIS task, simple to advanced, including mapping, data management, geographic analysis, data editing, and geoprocessing.
The following ArcGIS extension products add specialized tools and functionality to ArcView, ArcEditor, and ArcInfo. ArcGIS Business Analyst NewArcGIS Business Analyst ArcGIS Spatial Analyst ArcGIS 3D Analyst ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst ArcGIS Survey Analyst NewArcGIS Survey Analyst ArcGIS Tracking Analyst NewArcGIS Tracking Analyst ArcGIS Military Analyst NewArcGIS Military Analyst ArcGIS Publisher ArcGIS StreetMap ArcGIS Schematics ArcScan for ArcGIS NewArcScan for ArcGIS ArcPress for ArcGIS Job Tracking for ArcGIS (JTX) NewJob Tracking for ArcGIS (JTX) MrSID Encoder for ArcGIS Free ArcGIS Add-Ons OGC Interoperability for ArcGIS ArcWeb Toolbar Tablet PC Support for ArcGIS ArcMap GPS Support Districting for ArcGIS
ArcInfo is the most comprehensive GIS available. It includes all the functionality of ArcView and ArcEditor plus advanced geoprocessing and data conversion capabilities. ArcInfo is the de facto standard for GIS.
ArcEditor contains all the functionality of ArcView and adds the power to edit features in a multiuser geodatabase including: ArcView Topology Versioning Custom feature classes Feature-linked annotation Dimensioning Rasters in a multiuser geodatabase Multiuser editing ArcEditor allows you to create and edit vector data formats including shapefiles, personal geodatabases, and multiuser geodatabases.