Attendees will generate feature classes of geocoded addresses, create address locators, save them for re-use, identify typical problems associated with geocoding and learn how to avoid common pitfalls.
Presenter: Rollin Nelson
GIS skills level for this workshop: Intermediate
Friday GIS Workshops at Mt. San Jacinto College
Spring 2011– Menifee Valley Campus
28237 La Piedra Road, Menifee, CA 92584
(near Newport Drive/Interstate 215)
Technology Building, Room 901
This Workshop is one of several funded by the Career Technology and Education Perkins Grant fund for Spring 2011.
These workshops introduce a variety of tools, methods and technology that are integral to ESRI’s ArcGIS 9.3. These workshops are intended for the public, including persons working in GIS related fields for improving career advancement, students without GIS skills and those currently enrolled in the GIS Program are encouraged to attend.
Novice indicates a basic knowledge of computers necessary but no prior GIS skills; Intermediate recommended basic GIS skills; and Advanced is recommended for persons working with GIS and students of MSJC’s GIS Program.