Spatial Analysis. email@example.com University of Maryland, College Park 2013. Workshop Outline. Presentation Exercises Creating shapefiles Five Common ArcToolbox Tools Spatial Analysis with raster data Questions and concerns?. Vector Data Review. point attribute table line
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University of Maryland, College Park
point attribute table
cells attribute table (or not)
where 0 is black and 255 is white
Zone 1 consists of 7 cells
Zone 1 has 2 regions
DEM Digital Elevation Model
Image (raster) where the pixel values represent the ground elevation above sea level
DTM Digital Terrain Model
Image (raster) a DTM is a DEM that has been altered by elements such as break lines and observations to correct for artifacts by using photogrammetrically derived line work introduced into a DEM surface.
DSM Digital Surface Model
Image (raster) where the pixel values represent the elevations above sea level of the ground and all features on it. For example if there are buildings in the area, the DSM will include those building in the elevation values
Flattening the earth: two thousand years of map projections / John P. Snyder
An Album of Map Projections (USGS Professional Paper 1453) / John P. Snyder and Philip M. Voxland
Define the problem/issue/question
What data do you need?
Is the methodology sound?
Where will you get it?
Is the question answered?
Are there any new questions?
Is this data in a usable format?
Quality of the data?
Who is the audience/what is the purpose?
How should results be displayed?
Present Final Result
What is your methodology?
What tools should you use?
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