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Author Rock, Amy
Title Mapping with ArcGIS Pro : Design accurate and user-friendly maps to share the story of your data
Imprint Birmingham : Packt Publishing, Limited, 2018
©2018
book jacket
Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (259 pages)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Note Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright and Credits -- Dedication -- Packt Upsell -- Contributors -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Chapter 1: How Maps Get Made -- Knowing your audience -- Clear expectations -- Setting yourself up for a great map -- Data management is important -- Project folder structure -- Project file naming -- Finding authoritative datasets -- Searching the web for authoritative data -- ArcGIS Online -- Outlining the work ahead -- Summary -- Chapter 2: Getting Started in ArcGIS Pro -- Opening a project -- Organizing the Contents pane -- Adding data to your map -- Arranging layers -- Renaming layers -- Working in the Map View -- Symbolizing layers -- Adding a little something extra -- Symbolizing multiple values -- Setting bookmarks -- Transitioning to the Layout View -- Page setup -- Working with map frames -- Creating a map output -- Adding map elements -- Sharing your map -- Practice on your own -- Summary -- Chapter 3: Organizing the Page Structure -- Beginning the mapping process -- Achieving good design -- Finding balance -- Establishing harmony -- Creating unity -- Working with multiple data frames -- Planning out your map -- Practice on your own -- Summary -- Chapter 4: Typographic Principles -- Using type on maps -- Understanding letterforms -- Choosing and pairing fonts -- Choosing fonts -- Pairing fonts -- Building map grammar -- Labeling in ArcGIS Pro -- Working with point features -- Working with line features -- Working with area features -- Titles and other map elements -- Practice on your own -- Summary -- Chapter 5: Picking Colors with Confidence -- Defining color -- Color models -- Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black (CMYK) -- Red, Green, Blue (RGB) -- Hue, Saturation, Value (HSV) -- Hexadecimal -- Setting colors in Pro -- Color wheel -- Warm and cool colors -- Complementary colors -- Working with color
Color theory -- Color as a visual variable -- Color schemes -- Color schemes in ArcGIS Pro -- Importing schemes -- Color as accent -- Moving beyond the basics -- Value-by-alpha -- Sophisticated spot color -- Color moods -- Color acuity -- Practice on your own -- Summary -- Chapter 6: All Maps Are Approximations of Reality -- Determining the style of your map -- Better understanding of your map -- Reference maps -- Thematic maps -- Special purpose maps -- Maybe changing it a little will help make it clearer -- Reducing noise -- To default basemap or not to default basemap -- Generalizing boundaries -- Labeling -- Scale of your data -- Normalizing data -- Aggregating data -- Aggregation methods -- Boundary -- Heat map -- Grid -- Hex bins -- Summary -- Chapter 7: Understanding and Choosing Projections -- The world is round, and maps are flat -- The deceiving classroom map -- Reconciling 3D to 2D -- Geographic coordinate systems -- Geoid -- Spheroid -- Datum -- Transformations -- Projected coordinate systems -- Cylindrical -- Conic -- Planar -- Distortion -- State plane coordinate systems -- Choosing a projection -- Scale of your data -- Coordinate system properties -- Elevation or the Z -- Vertical coordinate systems -- Tidal datums -- Summary -- Chapter 8: Clean Symbology and Uncluttered Maps -- Representing features with graphics -- Symbol systems and symbol conventions -- Scales of measurement -- Visual variables -- Point symbols -- Line symbols -- Area symbols -- Classifying data -- Proportional and graduated symbols -- Making symbols dynamic -- Controlling visibility at scale -- Attribute-driven symbology -- Practicing on your own -- Summary -- Chapter 9: Getting Started with ArcGIS Online -- ArcGIS Online -- The components of ArcGIS Online -- Data tier -- GIS tier -- Web tier -- Web GIS services -- Feature layer -- Tile layer -- Scene layer
Elevation layer -- ArcGIS Online overview -- Accounts -- Public account -- Organizational account -- Levels, roles, and privileges -- Levels -- Roles -- Privileges -- The organization -- Gallery -- Map -- Scene -- Groups -- Content -- Organization -- The item description page -- Web maps -- Publishing a GIS service and creating a web map -- Summary -- Chapter 10 : Leveraging Esri Smart Mapping -- Smart mapping -- Understanding your data and the story you want to tell -- Using smart mapping -- Choosing the attribute data to display -- Location -- Heat map -- Categories -- Types (Unique Symbols) -- Types and size -- Numbers -- Counts and Amounts (Color) -- Counts and Amounts (Size) -- Color and Size -- Compare A to B -- Predominant Category -- Predominant category and size -- Time -- Continuous Timeline (Color) -- Continuous Timeline (Size) -- Age (Color) -- Age (Size) -- Color (age) and size, and color and size (age) -- Smart mapping automatic colors -- Arcade -- Using math expressions -- Using date expressions -- Summary -- Other Books You May Enjoy -- Index
ArcGIS Pro is a geographic information system for working with maps and geographic information. Mapping with ArcGIS Pro will help readers create visually stunning maps that increase the legibility of the stories being mapped and introduce visual and design concepts into a traditionally scientific, data-driven process
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Rock, Amy Mapping with ArcGIS Pro : Design accurate and user-friendly maps to share the story of your data Birmingham : Packt Publishing, Limited,c2018
Subject ArcGIS-Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Geographic information systems
Electronic books
Alt Author Malhoski, Ryan
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