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Full Registration includes one full or half-day URISA workshop (normally $200); and the opportunity to register for one of the free half-day NWGIS courses (NW 2, 4, 7, or 10). There is no limit to the number of NWGIS fee-based courses you can register for, as long as there are no schedule conflicts. Full registration allows access to all educational sessions; proceedings; networking events; Tuesday Awards Luncheon and Networking Reception; Wednesday Exhibit Hall Breakfast and evening social event.
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Sunday, October 2 • 8:30am - 5:00pm
NW3 - Getting Started with ArcGIS Arcade (Full-Day) Training

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NW 3 - Getting Started with ArcGIS Arcade (Full-Day) Training
Sunday, October 2, 2022 - 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Instructor: Eric Pimpler, Founder & Owner, GeoSpatial Training Services, Boerne, TX

Arcade is a response to a common problem. How do you display data when there is no column in the schema containing that data? Up until now, if the map layer you are working with did not have exactly the right attribute data you need, you had two choices: alter the underlying data or bring in the services of an application developer.

ArcGIS Arcade is an expression language with a simple scripting syntax that enables you to manipulate your existing data to generate new information based on it. While this sort of functionality has always been available in certain Esri products – most notably ArcGIS Desktop – the aim behind Arcade is to make it available everywhere in the ArcGIS platform, and for it to work identically in all environments.

You can almost think of Arcade as “Excel for ArcGIS”. In much the same way as Excel lets you write formula to work with spreadsheet data, Arcade lets you do the same with map data. In the initial release of Arcade, you can create and reference geometries. In future releases, other geometry functions may be added allowing you to calculate areas and lengths and perform simple overlay operations in more complex expressions.

Course Modules: 
▪ Module 1: Introduction to ArcGIS Arcade
▪ Module 2: Writing Your First Expression
▪ Module 3: The Arcade Expression Language: Structure
▪ Module 4: The Arcade Expression Language: Data Types
▪ Module 5: The Arcade Expression Language: Functions
▪ Module 6: The Arcade Visualization Profile
▪ Module 7: The Arcade Labeling Profile
▪ Module 8: The Arcade Pop-Up Profile

Software requirements: Students will need to have ArcGIS Pro (any license level) installed on their computers and have a valid login along with a modern web browser. This should be verified prior to the start of class.

Course pre-requisites: Some working knowledge of ArcGIS Pro.

Course format: Lecture plus hands-on exercises

Class Size: Limited to 30 students.

Cost: $299 if registered for the full conference.

Full Registration includes one full or half-day URISA workshop (normally $200); and the opportunity to register for one of the free half-day NWGIS courses (NW 2, 4, 7, or 10). There is no limit to the number of NWGIS fee-based courses you can register for, as long as there are no schedule conflicts. Full registration allows access to all educational sessions; proceedings; networking events; Tuesday Awards Luncheon and Networking Reception; Wednesday Exhibit Hall Breakfast and evening social event.

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Eric Pimpler

Founder & Owner, GeoSpatial Training Services
Since 2005, we've provided high quality GIS training and consulting services to local, state, and federal government agencies and private companies. Our training classes focus on Esri and open source GIS technologies and are taught in a variety of formats including classroom, live-online... Read More →


Sunday October 2, 2022 8:30am - 5:00pm MDT
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