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GIS3043C GIS for Environmental Studies Fall 2009 Michael J. Gilbrook, GISP, AICP Frank Salmon, GISP Lecture 16 Geocoding Techniques
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Fall 2009 Lecture #16 Slide  Number 2 Before Class Starts… Download the Exe_08.zip data from  [email protected] to …\yourname\Exe_08 Download the Lab_06.zip data from  [email protected] to …\yourname\Lab_06 Start ArcMap and ArcCatalog Start Internet Explorer
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Fall 2009 Lecture #16 Slide  Number 3 Int’l Space Station Visibility http://www.heavens-above.com  
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Fall 2009 Lecture #16 Slide  Number 4 Int’l Space Station Visibility
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Fall 2009 Lecture #16 Slide  Number 5 Tonight’s Lecture Topics Using ArcGIS Online Using “Add XY Event” for point data Using the Public Land Survey System Using Address Geocoding Start Lab #06
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Fall 2009 Lecture #16 Slide  Number 6 Using ArcGIS Online Data To obtain “streaming” GIS data  from ArcGIS Online over the  Internet, select File > Add Data  From ArcGIS Online.  You must be  connected to the Internet for this to  work.  You can start with an empty  map, or add ArcGIS Online data to  an existing map.  ArcGIS Online  data will project on-the-fly to match  your existing Data Frame map  projection, as long as it is one of  the standard ones supported by  ArcGIS.
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Fall 2009 Lecture #16 Slide  Number 7 Using ArcGIS Online Data Click on the web link above the  thumbnail image to start the  connection to an online data  service.   Click “Open” on the dialog box to  add the data directly to your map.   Alternatively, you can click “Save”  to save a Layer file to your hard  drive for the ArcGIS Online layer.   This allows you to add the layer to  any map without having to open  your Internet browser again. Selecting ArcGIS Online from  within ArcGIS will open your  Internet browser to the Data page  on the resources.esri.com web site.   You can select any of the free  online services to add to your map.
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Fall 2009 Lecture #16 Slide  Number 8 Using ArcGIS Online Data Many ArcGIS Online data layers  are “scale dependent.”  That is,  they change the level of detail that  they provide as you zoom in and  out.  
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Fall 2009 Lecture #16 Slide  Number 9 Using Add XY Event Data Used to Map Data Recorded in XY Tables Data Must Be In Proper Coordinate Format Decimal degrees (dd.dd) for Geographic Coordinates Meters XY for UTM Feet XY for State Plane Other projections also possible Saving XY Event Data Use Data > Export Data to export XY events Makes XY layer permanent (shapefile, feature class) If attributes not included in table, use OID as join field
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