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2022 NCAUG Pre-Conference Workshops

  • 09/20/2022
  • 8:00 AM
  • 09/21/2022
  • 5:00 PM
  • Courtyard Marriott, Carolina Beach, NC

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  • This workshop is intended for beginner and intermediate Python users with concepts focused on using Python 2.7 (ArcGIS Desktop/Catalog) and Python 3.x used with ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Python API. The course will start by covering the basics of the Python language, including coding format, variables, loops, and functions. Next, a deep dive into the ArcPy library (ArcGIS’s Python) to perform the following tasks: Create file GDB, Move data from one geodatabase to another (i.e. file geodatabase to SDE), Adding/removing fields in features, Use Search, Update, and Delete Cursors to manipulate data, How to find and use ArcPy tool examples to assist in coding, Use analysis tools (i.e. clip, dissolve, intersect, etc.) to create new data, Information on how to automate scripts.
    The instructor will provide many code snippets that can be modified for personal use, along with a PDF book with everything covered in this course (plus more tips and tricks). This workshop will provide users with hands-on, working knowledge with Python scripting with ArcGIS.
  • An intro workshop to start you off to using the open-source database PostgreSQL with ArcGIS Pro. Since this is an open-source software, it is free to use. We will cover the basics from installation to backups.
  • ArcGIS can support an entire imagery workflow including collection, management, analysis, visualization, and sharing of products. Imagery will be a central focus of this workshop where we will cover workflows that can be applied directly within a variety of organizations. We will take an in-depth tour of imagery capabilities within ArcGIS, see demonstrations, and execute several hands-on workflows.

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2022 NCAUG Pre-Conference Workshops

Registration Opens August 5th 

Workshop: "Grasping the Power of Python"                                                    Tuesday September 20th @ 8am-5pm

Skip Daniels, City of Greensboro

$300 Full-day, Number of Seats: 48

This workshop is intended for beginner and intermediate Python users with concepts focused on using Python 2.7 (ArcGIS Desktop/Catalog) and Python 3.x used with ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Python API/ This course will start by coverning the basics of the Python language, including coding format, variables, loops, and functions. Next, a deep dive into the ArcPy library (ArcGIS's Python) to perfom the following tasks: Create file GDB, Move data from one geodatabase to another (i.e. file geodatabase to SDE), Adding/removing fields in features, Use Search, Update, and Delete Cursors to manipulate data, How to find and use ArcPy tool examples to assist in coding, Use analysis tools (i.e. clip, dissolve, intersect, etc.) to create new data, information on how to automate scripts. 

The instructor will provide many code snippets that can be modified for personal use, along with a PDF book with everyhing covered in this course (plus more tips and tricks) This workshop will provide users with a honds-on, working knowledge with Python scripting with ArcGIS.

Technology Needed for Participation: Laptop, need to be able to install software on their laptop i.e. Python IDE's and Python Libraries, Licensed Pro and/or Desktop, Thumb Drive optional. 

Workshop: "Working with Imagery in ArcGIS"                                                 Tuesday September 20th @ 1pm – 5pm Preparing for Change

Esri Staff

$150 Half-day, Number of Seats: 15

ArcGIS can support an entire imagery workflow including collection, management, analysis, visualization, and sharing of products. Imagery will be central focus of this workshop where we will cover workflows that can be applied directly within a variety of organizations. We will take an in-depth tour of imagery capabiliies within ArcGIS, see demonstrations, and execute several hands-on workflows. 

Technology Discussed: ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Image for ArcGIS Online, Spatial & Image Analyst, Artificial Intelligence Workflows, Raster Functions. 

Technology Needed for Participation: ArcGIS Pro at Standard Licence Level or Above, ArcGIS Online, Spatial Analyst or Image Analyst Recommended. 

Workshop: "PostgreSQL"                                                                             Wednesday September 21st @ 8am - 12pm 

Chaula Jain, Mecklenburg County

$150 Half-day, Number of Seats: 20

An Intro workshop to start you off to using the open-source database PostgreSQL with ArcGIS Pro. Since this is an open-source software, it is free to use. We will cover the basics from installation to backups. 

Technology Discussed: Create users, Create Databases and Tables, Add Feature Classes, Backups/Restore

Technology Needed for Participation:  Laptop with ArcGIS Pro at Standard Licence Level or Above

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