Mapping

Functionality Matrix for ArcGIS 10 and Server

By Aileen Buckley, Mapping Center Lead

Functionality Matrix

ArcGIS is available in three license levels: Basic, Standard, or Advanced (formerly ArcView, ArcEditor, or ArcInfo, respectively). These license levels share the same core applications, user interface, and development environment. Each license level provides additional GIS functionality as you move from Basic to Standard to Advanced. Sometimes you want to know what functions are available at what levels. To find out, use the ArcGIS for Desktop 10 Functionality Matrix: http://www.esri.com/library/brochures/pdfs/arcgis10-functionality-matrix.pdf.

This matrix also includes functions for the optional ArcGIS for Desktop extensions which offer specialized tools and additional capabilities to enhance your system.

If you’re using Server, there is also a functionality matrix for ArcGIS Server: http://www.esri.com/library/brochures/pdfs/arcgis-server-functionality-matrix.pdf.

About the author

Dr. Aileen Buckley has been making maps since she was an undergraduate student. She has a Bachelors in Geography and Spanish from Valparaiso University, a Masters in Geography from Indiana University, and a Ph.D. in Geography from Oregon State University. She is a senior product engineer on the Living Atlas team, and her work focuses on determining and sharing best practices for mapping and analysis with modern GIS. She publishes and presents world-wide on many aspects of mapping and GIS. She is a co-author of Map Use: Reading, Analysis, Interpretation, and she is a co-editor for the Atlas of Oregon. Aileen is a former president of CaGIS (the U.S. cartographic association) and is actively involved with the International Cartographic Association in which she is the lead delegate for the United States.

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