Lab 1 - Introduction to ArcGIS

Lab 1 - Introduction to ArcGIS - Name Intro to Mapping and...

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Name: __________________________ Intro to Mapping and GIS GISC 3015 Lab #1- Exploring ArcGIS Chapter 3 and 4: Page 20-88 Lab Requirements: 1. Complete Lab Exercises 3a, 3b, 3c and save them as instructed in the book. 2. Complete Lab Exercises 4a, 4b, 4c and save them as instructed in the book. 3. Create a map from the last layout (ex04c.mxd) to turn in. Include map components (Scale bars, north arrow, legend, neatline, source) using the additional instructions on Blackboard. 4. Answer the following questions. Please Turn In: 1. Answered questions. 2. A PDF of your map with all necessary map components. 3. Either: a) A zip file containing your work AND ALL of the associated support files (if you are working off campus using the ArcGIS CD), OR b) The file and pathname to the lab 1 folder in your X drive (if you are working on campus or using the Terminal Server). STEP 1: Copy the Chapters 3 & 4 folders to your X: drive or personal drive and create a “Lab 1” folder to put them in. A zip file with t hese folders may be
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  • Fall '10
  • Georgia
  • Dialog box, ESRI, necessary map components

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