Synopses & Reviews
ArcView is the world's most widely used Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software. Version 8 is the most significant upgrade to ArcView since its inception--it has been completely redesigned and engineered to be an easy-to-use, fast, modern, and powerful GIS, and requires a new guidebook for all users. Topics covered include organizing data, planning a GIS project, creating derived data, and presenting results.
Includes a 180-day fully functioning copy of the software on CD-ROM
For Windows 2000/NT only
This guide to the most widely used GIS software in its completely redesigned and engineered form includes such topics as organizing data, planning a GIS project, creating derived data, and presenting results.
About the Author
Tim Ormsby, Eileen Napoleon, Robert Burke, Carolyn Groessl, and Laura Feaster are all technical writers at ESRI Press and authors of ""Getting to Know ArcView GIS"" and ""Extending ArcView GIS,"" They live in Redlands, California.
Carolyn Groessl was a technical writer for ESRI Press.