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Notable Industrial Engineers

  • Frank Bunker Gilbreth >

    A mechanical engineer and an early member of the ASME, Frank Gilbreth is considered by many to be the Father of Management Engineering. Born in Fairfield, ME, on July 7, 1868, Gilbreth broke into the construction industry as a bricklayer shortly after his high school graduation. In the course of his work, Gilbreth observed that each bricklayer approached his job differently, some seemingly more efficient than others. He then began analyzing their motions to determine Read More
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Group layers contain other layers. This gives the users a better organization of the layers in the map. They have similar behavior to that of single layers in the table of content. Hence turning off the visibility of a group layer will turn off the visibility of all the layers within the group.
This tutorial covers the steps of:
• Adding a group layer to the map
• Adding a layer to the group

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Layouts are a way of allowing you to make professional quality presentations. A page layout (often referred to simply as a layout) is a collection of map elements laid out and organized on a page, designed for map printing. Common map elements that are arranged in the layout include one or more data frames (each containing an ordered set of map layers), a scale bar, north arrow, map title, descriptive text, and a symbol legend. You can also include tables and charts in a layout as well.

This tutorial focuses on describing the creation of a map layout without using an existing map template. Also will cover the addition of:
• Map Title
• Legend
• North Arrow
• Scale Bar
• Text

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A spatial bookmark identifies a particular geographic location that you want to save and reference later. For example, you might create a spatial bookmark that identifies a study area. As you pan and zoom around your map, you can easily return to the study area by accessing the bookmark. You can also use spatial bookmarks to highlight areas on your map you want others to see.

 

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The Measure tool lets you measure lines and areas on the map. You can use this tool to draw a line or polygon on the map and get its length or area, or you can click directly on a feature and get measurement information.

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In ArcMap 10 You can explore a map in several ways. The Tools toolbar contains frequently used tools that let you navigate around the map, find features, and get information about them. The Tools toolbar contains eight buttons that provide zooming functions and allow you to define a custom view of the layer data.
In this tutorial, you will get to know some of the most useful ones:

  • Zoom In/Out
  • Pan
  • Fixed Zoom In/Out
  • Full Extent
  • Zoom to Previous/Next extent
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