Updated for use with ArcGIS® Pro 2.6
GIS Tutorial for ArcGIS Pro 2.6 is the introductory workbook for learning geographic information systems with ArcGIS Pro, the premier professional desktop geographic information system (GIS) application from Esri. Rooted in the science of geography, GIS is a framework for gathering, managing, and analyzing data using map visualizations and location intelligence. Using ArcGIS Pro for these tasks allows you to understand complex data with the leading GIS software that many businesses, organizations, and institutions use every day.
Designed for use in classrooms or for self-learners, GIS Tutorial for ArcGIS Pro 2.6 delves into GIS concepts and hands-on lessons in every chapter for an easy-to-follow guide for learning GIS and ArcGIS Pro. Using proven teaching methods, this book shows you how to make maps, create and analyze spatial data, and manage operational systems with GIS. Step-by-step exercises use ArcGIS Pro along with ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS StoryMaps, ArcGIS Dashboards, and ArcGIS Collector, plus "Your Turn" sections where you reinforce what you learned using real-world data. Free downloadable video lectures and lecture slides covering the entire book are also available for everyone.
Written by the authors of the top-selling GIS Tutorial 1: Basic Workbook, GIS Tutorial for Health, and GIS Tutorial for Crime Analysis books, GIS Tutorial for ArcGIS Pro 2.6 serves as a complete resource for learning and teaching ArcGIS Pro in GIS projects.
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Wilpen L. Gorr
Wilpen L. Gorr is a professor of public policy and management information systems at the H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management, Carnegie Mellon University, where he teaches and researches GIS applications.
Kristen S. Kurland
Kristen S. Kurland holds a joint faculty appointment at Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz School of Public Policy and Management and School of Architecture, where she teaches GIS, CAD, 3D visualization, and computer aided facilities management (CAFM).