Chapter 9

Chapter 8

I think I tricked Google into uploading a .pdf

View the attribute table of Homes for sale near ESRI.

I am labeling this post "map" because it is homework.


Bent Creek Trail Map

Below is a good draft of the attribute table . I want to check it against some more maps so I can fill out all the trail names.

Trail # Trail Use Trail Name
345 Foot,Bike Shut-In
135 Foot,Bike,Horse North Boundary
136 Foot,Bike,Horse Little Hickory Top
137 Foot,Bike,Horse Lower Sidehill
137 Foot,Bike,Horse Lower Sidehill
145 Foot,Bike,Horse
150 Foot,Bike
150 Foot,Bike,Horse
145 Foot,Bike,Horse
116 Foot,Bike,Horse Sidehill
116 Foot,Bike,Horse Sidehill Spur
665 Foot,Bike,Horse Boyd Branch
660 Foot,Bike,Horse
666 Foot,Bike,Horse
664 Foot,Bike,Horse
661 Foot,Bike,Horse
663 Foot
333 Foot,Bike
335 Foot 335a
? Foot,Bike SouthRidgeConnector
336 Foot,Bike
337 Foot,Bike Hard Times
339 Foot,Bike HardTimes Spur
339 Foot Sleepy Gap
334 Foot,Bike

Notes From Class

Wednesday, Pete recreated his powerpoint of instructions for digitizing maps. I usually get impatient when material is reviewed in class, but this time it really helped. We got tips on managing the attribute database and using some of the finer editing tools.

- To create drop down fields, you must assign coded values to the field domains in the geodatabase - then assign the domain type to the field in the feature class. Note - The descripion rather than the code shows up in the drop down menu.
- Using the trace tool is tricky until you learn to make sure you have selected the AREA of the map you want to select objects from.

I look forward to using all these cool tools to make my own maps.


Chapters 15 and 16

This .jpeg shows results from exercises a,b, and c from Chapter 16.