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Post-field Processing. Collect Data. DNR Garmin. Transfer Data & Save Shapefile. Edit Shapefile & Make Map. ArcMap. Connect Garmin to Computer. Connect GPS to PC with download cable. Connect cable to Serial Port. No serial port? Use USB adaptor cable. Turn Garmin On, Turn GPS Off.

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Post-field Processing

Collect Data

DNR Garmin

Transfer Data & Save Shapefile

Edit Shapefile & Make Map



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Connect Garmin to Computer

  • Connect GPS to PC with download cable

Connect cable to Serial Port

  • No serial port?

  • Use USB adaptor cable


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Turn Garmin On, Turn GPS Off

Press Menu

Press Enter

- Eliminates status messages

- Saves battery power





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View Splashscreen

Note Version



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ArcMap/DNR Garmin Connect

Note Banner Title (it changed)

DNR Garmin Toolbar Opened in ArcMap


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ArcMap Window

Docked DNRGarmin Toolbar

Table

of

Contents

Map

Legend

or

Key


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Viewing a Map

Layout View

Data View

prepare print version

manipulate data




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Data Frame

Collection of Layers

- Default name “Layers”

- Can rename

- Minimum of one required


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Rename Data Frame

highlight

click inside again

type new name


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Open Data Frame Properties Window

right-click

or double-click on Data Frame





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Apply Selection

Note information


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General Tab – Select Display Units

Display Units select for measuring distance on map

Map Units

locked in when Coordinate System selected


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X

Goal: Download Points


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Select Waypoint Download

Download – transfers a copy of data, does not remove data from receiver


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X

View Waypoint Data Table

show/hide data table

scrollbar


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Note: Total # of Waypoints

“ident” lists waypoint names

lists all waypoints

4 waypoints total,

0 selected


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X

Note: Waypoint Coordinates

Latitude/Longitude

WGS84

Projected X/Y

(NAD83 UTM Zone 16N)


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Select Files and...

highlight all records to be saved

verify all records selected

Saving Strategy

All rows highlighted – all rows saved

No rows highlighted – all rows saved

Some rows highlighted – those rows saved


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X

...Save...


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X

...As Text File First!

A Text File should always be saved First

as a back up file to the ESRI (ArcView) Shapefile


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X

Status Window


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X

...Save Again...


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X

...As ArcView Shapefile

Projected shapefile uses projected coordinates.

Unprojected shapefile uses WGS84 coordinates.


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Shapefile Added To ArcMap

Automatically Adds to TOC

Automatically

Adds to Map


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Locate Point Shapefile(s) on Computer

Note file path

Note additional files



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Select Track Download

Download – transfers a copy of data, does not remove data from receiver

verify Coordinate System


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View Track Data Table

show/hide data table

scrollbar

scrollbar

resize window

watch download


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Track Information

# points from active track log

“ident” lists track name.

Saved track has name, unsaved tracks called “Active Log”

blue -start of new track segment

55 track points total

0 selected


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Note: Track Point Coordinates

Latitude/Longitude

WGS84

Projected X/Y

(NAD83 UTM Zone 16N)



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Remember...

highlight all records to be saved

Saving Strategy

All rows highlighted – all rows saved

No rows highlighted – all rows saved

Some rows highlighted – those rows saved



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...As Text File First!

A Text File should always be saved First

as a back up file to the ESRI Shapefile

Note waypoints file already there




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...As ArcView Shapefile...

Note points files already there

Projected shapefile uses projected coordinates.

Unprojected shapefile uses WGS84 coordinates.



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Shapefile Added To ArcMap

Automatically Adds to TOC

Automatically

Adds to Map


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Locate Track Shapefile(s) on Computer

Note file path

Note additional files


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Review of Topics

  • - Setup GPS Receiver

  • Setup DNR Garmin

  • Setup ArcMap

  • - Download Waypoints

  • - Download Tracks



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Objective

Create a map


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Summary of Topics

  • Add Background Data

  • Edit GPS Data

  • Create polygons or lines from points

  • Calculate Acres/Perimeter Miles

  • Edit Symbols & Names

  • Make Map





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Select Data File(s)

Background Image (Raster)




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Select Data File(s)

Background Feature Data (Vector)

Hold Ctrl Key to Select Multiple Files




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Turn on Editor Toolbar

View | Toolbars | Editor


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Start Editing

  • Editor | Start Editing

  • Choose Folder

  • Choose Target Layer


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Select Point

OR

Hold Shift Key for Multiple




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Save Edits

Editor | Stop Editing




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Zoom to Fire Perimeter Points

Click on Zoom In Button

Click and Drag Around Points



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Select Features

Selected Points in Blue

Click and Drag Box


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Select Features

Make a Mistake?

-Click Outside Feature to Unselect All

  • Or…

  • Select Individual Points

  • Hold Shift for Multiple


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AlaskaPak: Points to Polygon

  • Points Selected

  • AlaskPak Toolbar

  • Points to Polyline/Polygon


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AlaskaPak: Points to Polygon

  • Select Feature Type

  • Name and Save File


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AlaskaPak: Points to Polygon

Polygon Added To Map



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AlaskaPak: Calculate Acres

  • Click on Polygon Shapefile in TOC

  • AlaskaPak Toolbar

  • Add Acres/Miles

  • Set Data Map Units


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View Acres

  • Click Identify Button

  • Choose Layer for Identify Results Box

  • Click in Polygon

  • Acres

  • Perimeter Miles


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View Acres

  • Right-Click on Layer in TOC

  • Open Attribute Table

  • Attribute Table:

  • Acres

  • Miles


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AlaskaPak: Points to Line

  • Select Points

  • AlaskPak Toolbar

  • Points to Polyline/Polygon


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AlaskaPak: Points to Line

  • Select Feature Type

  • Name and Save File


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AlaskaPak: Points to Line

Line Added To Map


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How Many Miles of Dozer Line?

  • Click on Layer Name in TOC

  • AlaskaPak | Add Acres/Miles


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How Many Miles of Dozer Line?

UTM Data = Meters

Attribute Table


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Remove Trackpoints Shapefile

  • Right-click on Layer

  • Remove

*Note…Only removes Layer from TOC/Map. Shapefile still saved on computer



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Edit Waypoint Symbology

Double-click on Waypoint Layer

Single Symbol Change


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Edit Waypoint Symbology

  • Click on Symbol Button

  • Change Symbol, Color, Size


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Unique Value Symbology

Double-click on Waypoint Layer

Click on Categories


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Unique Value Symbology

  • Click on Unique Values

  • Select Value Field


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Unique Value Symbology

  • Add All Values

  • Uncheck <all other values>

  • Apply


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Unique Value Symbology

Double-click on symbol to change each point symbol individually


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Unique Value Symbology

  • Click on More Symbols Button

  • Forestry Palette


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Unique Value Symbology

Category: Fire Fighting




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Edit Polygon Symbology

  • Display Tab

  • Set Transparency


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Edit Legend Names

  • Click twice slowly on name

  • Type in new name



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Set Label Properties

  • Right-click on Layer

  • Properties

  • Layer Properties: Layer Tab


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Set Label Properties

  • Label Field: IDENT

  • Select Size

  • Select Color


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Lable Features

  • Right-click on Layer

  • Label Features


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Convert Labels to Annotation

  • Right-click on Layer

  • Convert Labels to Annotation…

Annotation Allows Manual Label Changes


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Goal: Add Labels

  • In the map

  • All features

  • Convert unplaced labels to unplaced annotation

  • Convert


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Goal: Add Labels

  • Use Pointer to Select Label

  • Move Label Position



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Set up Data View

Zoom In/Out

Pan

Turn Layers On/Off


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Page and Print Setup

Modify Settings



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Add STAND Map Elements

Scale Bar, Title, Author, North Arrow, Date


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Scale Bar

  • Insert | Scale Bar

  • Choose Format

  • Double-click on Map to Edit Properties


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Title

  • Insert | Title

  • Type in Text

  • Double-click on Map to Edit Properties

  • Change Symbol Button


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North Arrow

  • Insert | North Arrow

  • Choose Style

  • Double-click on Map to Edit Properties

  • Change Symbol Button


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Author & Date

  • Insert | Text

  • Type in Text

  • Double-click on Map to Edit Properties

  • Change Symbol Button


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Logo (optional)

  • Insert | Picture

  • Resize/Position on Map


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Legend

  • Insert | Legend

  • Legend Wizard Opens

  • All Layers added by default

  • Add or Remove Layers

  • Change Order in Legend


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Legend Wizard

  • Change Legend Title

  • Edit Font Color, Size or Justification


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Legend Wizard

  • Border

  • Background

  • Drop Shadow


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Legend Wizard

  • Line Style

  • Area Shape


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Legend Wizard

  • Spacing

  • Accept Defaults


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Finished Legend

  • Double-click to Edit

  • Legend Properties



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Review of Topics

  • Added Background Data

  • Edited GPS Data

  • Created polygons or lines from points

  • Calculated Acres/Perimeter Miles

  • Edited Symbols & Names

  • Made Map


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