Intro and Basics to ArcGIS

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relationships or connections between features that do not change, even if the features shapes are modified (stretched, shrink, etc)
#5 and most important part
Store data, organize, and preview
Based on individual Features,
Number that occurs the most in a given data set.
Sum values in smaller units to get a grand sum for all units
Discrete seperate items, has gis properties
The absolute population divided by the area of the region
It is spatially precise, Looks nice, Can describe topology
create maps, data analysis, display data, create and manipulate data
Displayed as equally sized grid cells or pixels, X,y coordinate system
extreme value that differs greatly from the rest of the data
Values exist across space (no gaps), Magnitude at any location can take on infinite set of values
separate or individual entities, Element is absent or present
Can draw calls based on 4 numbers, Easy overlay analysis, Used for imagery like satellite imagery
Middle of the data set
Has a place or location assigned to it that can be mapped
A computer based system for capture storage retrieval analysis display of spatial data
Not good for continuous phemonena that vary greatly, Complex analysis (slower)
Block look, not spatially precise
Linked to a numeric value, Continuous expanse, series of rectangles
Basic Procedure of GIS Step #1
Linked to a location on Earth

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