Extra Materials. Introduction to ArcWorkstation. What’s it look like?. Traditionally a UNIX based “command line interface” package… Ran on UNIX machines. You typed in commands, and it showed you the results in another simple window. What’s ArcWorkstation made up of?.
Introduction to ArcWorkstation
Arc: core application for doing analysis, and using “workspaces” where all the files are kept for each
ArcEdit: for editing maps interactively.
ArcPlot: for neat plotting of maps.
ArcTools: Pre-made AML scripts
Grid: for working with image files/raster data.
(Might also see on older systems: ArcTIN: 3D work; ArcPress: printing; ArcStorm: multiuser databases; ArcNetwork: networks).
Data can be assigned to Nodes
Note that polygons are listed
clockwise in the PAL, with minus figures for reverse direction Arcs.
(or right-click > New > ArcInfo Workspace)
CALCULATE ANNUAL_WAGE = MONTHLY * 12
Resulting Join Table