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مُساهمةموضوع: طريقه تنصيب الارك جي اي اس   الخميس مارس 19, 2009 4:10 am

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في البداية يجب تجهيز الجهاز لإستقبال البرنامج
يجب أن لا يكون به أي نسخة سابقة من ArcGis أو أي بقايا منه لذلك سنقوم بعمل واحد من إثنين
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عمل ٌSystem Restore إستعادة نظام الى فترة ماقبل تنصيب أي نسخة من البرنمج .
أو
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إستخدام سوفت وير خاص لإزالة النسخة الموجودة بالجهاز أو أي بقايا منهو هذا ما سوف نستخدمه و الخيار لك و في هذه الحالة نذهب لهذا الرابط و نقوم بالإطلاع على ملف يشرح هذه الخطوة[ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذا الرابط]


أرجو البداية بهذه الخطوة و سنتابع بقية الخطوات و بإذن الله سيتم تشغيل البرنامج بنجاح


بعد تجهيز الجهاز و التأكد من أنه لا يوجد به أي نسخة سابقة أو أي بقايا من ملفات البرنامج نبتدي بتركيب الكراك الخاص بالبرنامجيرجى الإطلاع على هذا الملف بهذا الرابط به شرح مصور تفصيلي بالخطوات و هي بسيطة جدا[ندعوك للتسجيل في المنتدى أو التعريف بنفسك لمعاينة هذا الرابط]


بعد أن نكون قد أتممنا تركيب الكراك الخاص بالبرنامج نبتدي خطواتتنصيب البرنامج نفسهندخل الى هذا الرابط و نتطلع على هذا الملف المصور و نتقيدبالخطوات

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: طريقه تنصيب الارك جي اي اس   السبت أكتوبر 10, 2009 12:10 am

شاكر لك جهدك اخي الكريم ..ولكن الروابط لا تفتح
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شكرا ...ولكن نرجوا اعأدة فحص الروابط لأنه لاتعمل
ونرجو الاسراع بذلك لان هذا الموضوع هام
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: طريقه تنصيب الارك جي اي اس   الأحد نوفمبر 15, 2009 9:19 am

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شرح تنصيب برنامج ESRI ArcGIS 9 الخاص بنظم المعلومات الجغرافية

لانريد من احد شيئا غير الدعاء لنا وللمسلمين اجمعين
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اولا طريقة ازالة الاصدار السابق Removing ArcGIS 8.3


Complete removal of ArcGIS 8.3 seems to be associated with fewer problems installing version 9.
Uninstall ArcGIS Desktop 8.3 (or ArcGIS ArcView) using Add/Remove
Programs from the Windows Control Panel in the following order as
applicable.
ArcInfo Workstation
Crystal Reports
ArcGIS Tutorial Data
ArcGIS Developers Kit
Any related extensions that appear in Add/Remove Programs.
Finally, to insure the system is absolutely clean prior to installing
ArcGIS 9, run the ArcInfo Registry Cleanup Utility from the ArcGIS
Desktop 8.3 for Windows CD.
Insert the ArcGIS Desktop 8.3 for Windows CD, enter the Windows "Run"
command window Start>Run and enter the path of your CD-ROM drive
followed by "setup.exe / cleanup". Click OK.










When the cleanup utility has completed you will be presented with the installation dialog for ArcGIS 8.3-click "Exit Setup







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شرح تنصيب برنامج ESRI ArcGIS 9 الخاص بنظم المعلومات الجغرافية

Remember to disable your anti-virus software before proceeding.



Insert the ArcGIS Desktop 9.0 for Windows CD.

If AutoRun does not present the ArcGIS installation dialog, begin the
installation from the Run dialog box: Start>Run then enter
"CD_Drive_Letter:\startup.exe" (for example e:\startup.exe).

Select Install ArcGIS Desktop











Setup the License Manager Later if you are connecting to an NPS License Server.
Browse for a License Manager on the Network if a license server is operating on your local network.
If the license manager software is running on the PC where ArcGIS is
being installed, you will be given the option to select that local
machine as the license server







Keep the ArcInfo setting for the default software product type the will Run the ArcGIS applications.





Where disk space permits, perform a Complete installation for greatest functionality




Accept the default program locations as prompted.




Note: Python is a programming tool now included with ArcInfo Workstation

Where disk space permits, install all Additional Components for greatest functionality.
Accept the default prompts and insert CDs as directed




After installation of Crystal Reports is completed, proceed with the installation of ArcGIS Workstation.


Insert the ArcInfoWorkstaion 9.0 for Windows CD.
If AutoRun does not present the ArcGIS installation dialog, begin the
installation from the Run dialog box: Start>Run then enter
"CD_Drive_Letter:\startup.exe" (for example e:\startup.exe).
Select Install ArcGIS for individual use.





Select the appropriate licensing scheme as presented.
Since the licensing environment has already been set, the possible options are:
If the local machine has been setup as a license server, select Use
License Manager on "localhost_name" where "localhost_name" should be
the name of your computer.
If a license sever has been established on the local network, select Browse for a License Manager on the Network.
If you have setup the System Variables to connect to the NPS license servers, select Setup the License Manager later.





Accept the default prompts as directed







Where disk space permits, perform a Complete installation for greatest functionality






When prompted for the location of the Workspace folder, accept the
default or preferrably navigate to the local GIS work folder (for
example D:\gis_data or D:\data\gis).














Reboot your system after the installation is complete.
Login as a regular user and verify that ArcGIS is functional.
Review the ArcGIS maintenance and training information


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شرح استخدامArcMarine في ArcGIS 9 :

Using ArcMarine in ArcGIS 9.x
Tutorial for Beginners

Many thanks to Paulo Serpa of the Pacific States Marine Fisheries
Commission and California Department of Fish and Game. Additional
content by Dawn Wright and Alyssa Aaby, Oregon State University.
Remotely-operated-vehicle (ROV) track and fish observation data used in
this tutorial were graciously provided by the California Department of
Fish and Game, Marine Region ROV Nearshore Assessment Program. Tutorial
material produced with the support of NOAA Coastal Services Center
(CSC) GIS Integration and Developement grant #NA04NOS473007, and the
Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission, as part of the GIS Training
for Marine Resource Management Curriculum. This tutorial tested
initially at the GIS Training for Marine Resource Management Workshop,
Monterey, CA, June, 2005. Many thanks to Andra Bobbit of the NOAA PMEL
Vents Group for further testing this online version!



Introduction
ArcMarine (or the ArcGIS Marine Data Model - MDM), is a geodatabase
model tailored specifically for the marine GIS community. Created by
researchers from Oregon State University, Duke University, NOAA, the
Danish Hydrologic Institute and ESRI, work on the data model began in
2001 in response to three major needs by the marine GIS community: (1)
provide an application-specific geodatabase structure for assembling,
managing, storing and querying marine data in ArcGIS 8/9, (2) provide a
standardized geodatabase template upon which develop and maintain
marine applications, and (3) provide a better understanding of ESRI's
new geodatabase data structure.

ArcMarine was designed to be used as a geodatabase template for marine
GIS users. This template, like all geodatabases, is an organized
hierarchy of data objects. These data objects are a collection of
feature data sets, feature classes, object classes and relationship
classes. Specifically, a feature data set is a collection of feature
classes that share a common spatial reference. The spatial reference is
part of the definition of the geometry field in the database.
Accordingly, a set of transect survey points stored in the coordinate
system NAD84 UTM Zone 4 could not be in the same feature data set as
geographic latitude/longitude coordinates. In the geodatabase, all
objects represent a real world object such as a marker buoy or
lighthouse, and are stored in a row in a relational database table.
Object classes are not represented geographically; however, they can be
related to spatial information through a relationship class.
Conversely, all of the features in a geodatabase are geographic objects
that have a defined spatial location. Basically, a feature is just like
an object but it also has a geometry or shape column in its relational
database table. The ArcMarine geodatabase can store a range of data
sets, from the small to medium data sets of personal geodatabases, to
the very large geodatabases managed with the help of ArcSDE (Arc
Spatial Database Engine).

ArcMarine was generated in a series of steps, beginning with the
definition of feature datasets, classes, attributes, and relationships
in a Unified Modeling Language (UML) diagram created in Visio 2000. The
UML diagram was then converted into a Microsoft repository format,
which is an equivalent tabular structure, or schema, so that it could
be loaded into Microsoft Access or other relational data servers. In
this tutorial, this schema will be applied to the MDM personal
geodatabase to create the sets of classes and attributes that were
defined originally in the UML.

To make use of the newly created ArcMarine geodatabase, data must be
loaded into the appropriate feature classes and tables. What follows is
a tutorial on how to load sample data into ArcMarine, as well as some
trouble-shooting tips.

In addition to the ArcMarine tutorial here, you may also be interested
in the 2005 ESRI Virtual Campus Live Training Seminar, Introduction to
ArcGIS Data Models. This presentation by Joe Breman of ESRI can be
viewed with Windows Media Player (best in Internet Explorer on the PC)
and is about an hour long with Q&A at the end. To see the creation
of a geodatabase using parts of both ArcMarine and ArcHydro, slide the
slider bar to about minute 43, 3/4 of the way through the presentation.
Joe gives a nice example of how the synergy between data model groups
can steer their implementation.

Tutorial Objectives
The purpose of this tutorial is to introduce you to the ESRI
geodatabase in general and the ArcMarine Data Model in particular. The
tutorial is designed to be a do-it-yourself exercise in geodatabase
building. Although the exercise is step-by-step, it is assumed that the
user has a working knowledge of ArcGIS. Hopefully, through the
exploration of ArcMarine, you will see its utility for your own
applications, while grasping the basics of the geodatabase.

By the end of this tutorial, you will be able to do the following specific activities:

List the basic elements of a geodatabase
Import an existing schema into an empty geodatabase
Compare your data structure to that of an existing geodatabase schema
Load data
Create new relationships between tables
Import tables with data already in them
Create and load a raster catalog
Display your data using dynamic segmentation
Query data linked through relationships in ArcMap

As with any database, the schema design is a very time consuming part.
Schema is table structure and it is critical that you understand your
data and how to normalize it before you design your database. There are
4 ways to build geodatabase schemas in ArcCatalog 9.x.

Create with ArcCatalog wizards
a. Build tables in ArcCatalog>>right click>>new object
Import existing data (and the existing schema)
a. Right click the database and import an object. You can also export from the object to the database
Create Schema with CASE tools
a. Use Microsoft Visio or like software for development of UML
Create Schema in the geoprocessing framework
a. Use ArcToolbox geoprocessing to create objects

In this tutorial, you will use the Schema Wizard in ArcGIS to load the
ArcMarine data model schema and then modify it to suit your needs.

Computer and Data Requirements
Software and Hardware:

ArcGIS 9.0 or 9.1 (full license including ArcEditor and ArcInfo workstation)
Windows XP (XP Pro is best) or Windows 2000 machine, 800 Mhz processor
or greater, 800 Mb RAM or greater, ample file storage (about 40 Mb of
space needed to accomodate the files for this tutorial)

Required Data and Schema:
Tutorial data (rt click, Save As, 39 Mb zip file)
Unzipping this file will produce a folder named "E_Datamodel" within
which you will find the various data sets needed in "Tutorial" and the
schema in "Tutorial\ArcMDM". You will want to "connect" to these series
of folders in ArcCatalog.

Highly Recommended Accompanying Files:
Common Marine Data Types Diagram to help you match your data to the appropriate feature classes
Conceptual Framework PPT (28 Mb file by D. Wright, 6/15/05, important
background information on initiation and development of ArcMarine)
Tutorial Intro PPT (540 K file by P. Serpa, 6/15/05, for introducing
tutorial to classroom participants, important general background
information on geodatabases)
Old Tutorial PPT (13 Mb PDF file by A. Aaby, D. Wright, ESRI UC 2004,
info. from old tutorial based on ArcGIS 8.3 but with some important
tips and tricks that are still quite useful)

Context of Activities:
Our goal will be to model the transect path of an ROV
(remotely-operated vehicle) and the accompanying video observations
that were made. The ROV path and the observations on that path can be
located in the X, Y and Z axes at discrete time intervals during a dive.




Tutorial Activities
In the instructions below, file names and database objects are in bold; field names are in italics; menu items are underlined.

1.0 Building a Personal Geodatabase and Applying the Schema
A. Creating the Geodatabase

Open ArcCatalog
Right click the E_Datamodel\Tutorial\Geodatabase folder, highlight New, then select Personal Geodatabase
Name it MyArcMarineTut.mdb




B. Add the Schema Creation Wizard to ArcCatalog

If the Schema Creation Wizard, which looks like this:, has already been added, skip to step B.

The Schema Creation Wizard is provided in ArcCatalog for loading an
existing schema into a blank database. This tool requires an ArcEditor
or ArcInfo license to run. To load it:

Right click anywhere on the header tool bar and select Customize.
On the Commands tab, scroll to and select CASE tools, then
drag-and-drop the Schema Wizard from the right side (in the Commands
window) to anywhere on an existing toolbar.
Close the Customize window.

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What to do if the Schema Wizard does not appear in the tool commands:
If "Case Tools" does not appear in the list, click "Add from file" and
browse to the Bin directory where ArcGIS was installed (usually found
in c:\arcgis\arcexe9x\bin).
Add the Schema.Wiz.dll file.
If you don't see the SchemaWiz.dll in \arcexe\bin, it may still be
there but not visible. Use Tools/Find File in Windows Explorer to
locate the file, and then register the .dll using RegCat.exe, which is
also located in \arcexe9x\bin (this too may also be invisible, follow
same steps to locate it). Create a shortcut to the RegCat.exe on your
desktop. Drag the SchemaWiz.dll file onto the RegCat.exe shortcut and
you'll be prompted with a dialog to define where to register the .dll.
Select ArcMap, ArcCatalog and ArcTools. Now, when you go to the
Categories list you will see that the Case Tools option is available
and the Schema Wizard icon is visible.

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C. Applying the ArcMarine Data Model Schema to the Geodatabase

The Schema Creation Wizard will apply existing schemas from two
different sources, an XMI file or a repository database. The XMI file
is created using a CASE tool (computer aided software engineering)
application such as Microsoft Visio 2002. The database repository is a
Microsoft Access database containing the desired schema. The ArcMarine
Data Model is available in either an XMI or repository; you will be
using the XMI format. Note, however, the XMI (XML Metadata Interchange)
is a standard that specifies how to store an UML (Universal Markup
Language) model in an XML (Extensible Markup Language) file; it is
actually an XML file that is loaded.

In ArcCatalog, with the MyArcMarineTut.mdb geodatabase selected, start the Schema Creation Wizard.
Read the first info screen then click next.
Select "Model stored in XMI file"
Browse to "E_Datamodel\Tutorial\ArcMDM", select ArcGISMarineDataModel.xml then click next
Select "Use default values" then click next
Review the contents of this schema and their properties. DON'T CLICK "Next" YET!

In the hierarchical structure of the geodatabase, you see different objects organized into groups. The objects include:

The workspace - this is the geodatabase which is a container for geographic data objects
Tables - called Object classes, store non-spatial objects like equipment specifications or personnel information.
Feature classes - collections of lines, points, or polygons.
Specialized feature classes are used to store annotation, dimension,
and route features.
Feature datasets - container for feature classes (never object classes) that share a common spatial reference.
Relationship classes - manage thematic relationships between object
classes, feature classes, or a combination of the two. They enforce
referential integrity between the origin and destination classes.

It is important to have a good understanding of your data structure
prior to applying a schema. Because you will be setting parameters that
can not be changed later, should you later find that your data does not
meet some of the criteria you specified, it will be necessary to
rebuild part or the entire schema from the beginning! Feature datasets
require that all features within them have the same spatial reference
(projection and coordinate system) and are within the bounds of an
applied coordinate range (also called domain extent). You will be
exploring the specifics of the coordinate range in the next few steps.

- Highlight the MarineFeatures feature dataset
- Click the properties button

Notice that there is no spatial reference

- Click the edit button

The Coordinate system and Domains may be set manually but it is easier
to import the spatial reference from an existing layer and modify it to
meet your needs. A layer has been provided that is projected to the
California Teale Albers projection standard NAD 83. The x/y domain is
in the correct range for your data however the m and z domains will
need to be modified.






X and Y values are stored for all features. Z and M values are optional
values that may be stored with the spatial reference of a feature. Our
data contain both Z and M values. The Z and/or M values are stored in
the shape field (geometry) of the feature and the option for making a
feature "Z" or M aware" can only be set at the time of creation and
cannot be changed later. The range of values that can be stored in the
X,Y,Z and M reference is set on the Spatial Reference Properties page.

On the Coordinate Systems tab, Click the Import button
Browse to E_Datamodel\Tutorial\Shapefiles\Monterey_Study_Are a.shp
On the Z Domain tab, change the Min value to -20000 and Max value to 20000





The Z values in your data are stored in meters. Setting this range of
values for the Z Domain will allow your data to store the greatest
anticipated values (and then some).

Did you notice how the precision changed when you set your range
values? Precision is a scale factor that is required to convert storage
units to map units. If you set a precision = 1000 and your data units
are meters, then map units are 1mm or 1/1000 of your data unit. Because
the geodatabase stores coordinates as a positive 4-byte integer, the
maximum value is approximately 2.14 billion map units. The default
precision from our imported spatial reference has a false precision of
100,000 for the M Domain. The maximum range for storage units that can
be stored with this precision is approximately 21,400 (21,400 * 100,000
= 2.14 billion). Because the M value units in your data (representing a
se *rial time code) have a range of values between 0 and 80,000, the
default precision will not hold those values, and thus a precision of
1000 is more appropriate (max value = 2.14 million). In many cases the
default precision is fine; however, this is a case to demonstrate the
importance of knowing your data before proceeding.

On the M Domain tab, change the value in the precision field to 1000.
Click OK twice.
Highlight the feature class named Track and click properties
On the General tab, click the button next to "Spatial Reference: Custom"
On the M Domain tab, change the precision to 1000
Click OK

The default precision propagates to all feature classes within and must be changed independently of the feature dataset.

On the M/Z tab, confirm that both boxes are checked
Click OK
Set the Spatial Reference for the Mesh Features feature dataset to match that of Marine Features
NOW you can click Next
Click Finish
You may review the log file if you wish

2. Loading Data into the Geodatabase
A. Comparing Schemas

Now that the basic schema template has been created, you can compare your data and geodatabase schema for compatibility.

Open a second instance of ArcCatalog
Arrange both ArcCatalog windows side by side so that they may both be used.
In the left ArcCatalog directory, right click E_Datamodel\Tutorial\Shapefiles\TracksMZ.shp
Select properties
Select the Fields tab
In the right ArcCatalog directory, right click E_Datamodel\Tutorial\Geodatabase\MyArcMarineTut.md b\MarineFeatures\Track
Select properties
Select the Fields tab





Compare all the fields noting the Data types and Field Properties.

Notice that the geodatabase has an appropriate field to hold all the
data from the TracksMZ shapefile except for the operator field. There
are some additional fields in the geodatabase that we will not be
using.

Make sure that the database is not being used by any other
applications, included the second session of ArcCatalog. You may have
to close and reopen ArcCatalog if the database is write protected.

Scroll down to the bottom of the fields list in the Track feature class
Click in the first empty row and type Operator
For data type, select text
Leave the default values
Click OK

Compare the schema of
E_Datamodel\Tutorial\TabularData\Monterey2002ROV\C ruise to
E_Datamodel\Tutorial\Geodatabase\MyArcMarineTut.md b\Cruise
and
E_Datamodel\Tutorial\TabularData\Monterey2002ROV\V ehicle to
E_Datamodel\Tutorial\Geodatabase\MyArcMarineTut.md b\Vehicle

The schemas match, though not in exactly the same order. When using an
existing data model, you will want to collect your data with the model
in mind or condition your existing data for the model. A lot of your
time will be spent conditioning data.

Close the second instance of ArcCatalog.

D. Loading data

Right click the Track feature class
Highlight Load then select Load data
Browse to E_Datamodel\Tutorial\Shapefiles\TracksMZ.shp
Click Add, then Next (to skip the subtype loading)
Click Next
In this window you will be matching the fields from your source data to the fields in your database.

Match the following fields:

FeatureCode [string] FeatureCod [string]
StartDate [DATE] date_[DATE]
EndDate [DATE] date_[DATE]
TrackID [int] FeatureID [int]
Name [string] None
Method [string] None
Description [string] None
LocalDesc [string] Location [string]

Example from another application:





Click Next
Confirm that "Load all of the source data" is selected, click next
Click Finish
Preview the Track feature class geography and table in ArcCatalog

Notice the shape records indicate Polyline ZM, showing that this layer is both Z and M aware.
Load both the Cruise and Vehicle tables from E_Datamodel\Tutorial\TabularData\Monterey2002ROV.m db
Load E_Datamodel\Tutorial\Shapefiles\Coastline_mb.shp into the Shoreline feature class. Do not match any fields.

E. Importing objects

Classes (object or feature) may be imported directly into the geodatabase. This is a very easy way to modify schema.

Right click MyArcMarineTut.mdb, highlight Import, then select Table (Multiple)
For the Input table, browse to E_Datamodel\Tutorial\TabularData\
Monterey2002ROV.mdb and select both the SpeciesObservation and
HabitatSegments tables
Click Add, then OK
Verify that the tables are now in your database.
Right click the MarineFeatures feature dataset, highlight Import, then select Feature Class (single)
For "Input Feature", browse to E_Datamodel\Tutorial\Shapefiles\
Habitat_High_Res.shp. For "Output Feature Class Name," type HabClass
Click OK.
Verify that HabClass is now a feature class in MarineFeatures

F. Creating a Raster Catalog

Raster data may also be loaded into your geodatabase as a raster object
or contained in a Raster Catalog. A raster catalog allows you to manage
multiple rasters as if they were tiled together (mosaic). With personal
geodatabases the raster is not actually stored within the .mdb file.
(This is good because the .mdb is limited to 2GB!). Instead the files
are converted to IMG format and stored in a directory that rides along
with the geodatabase. If the rasters are "managed" then this directory
will be moved anywhere the geodatabase is moved when using ArcCatalog.
For this reason, it is important to never move personal geodatabases
containing raster data using Windows Explorer.

Right click MyArcMarineTut.mdb, highlight "new", then select "Raster Catalog"
For "Input Raster Catalog Name" type Bathymetry
To set the "Coordinate system" for the raster", click the button
Import the coordinate system from the Monterey_Study_Area.shp using the same method as for the feature datasets
Set the "Coordinate system for the geometry column" field using the same
Click OK

G. Loading Rasters into a Raster Catalog

Preview the defined projection for E_Datamodel\Tutorial\Grids\c_p2mhill and E_Datamodel\Tutorial\Grids\m_c2mhill
Right click the new Bathymetry Raster Catalog, highlight load, then select Load Data
For "Input Rasters" browse to E_Datamodel\Tutorial\Grids and select c_p2mhill and m_c2mhill
Click Add then OK... this will take a couple minutes... shouldn't be more than a couple.
Preview the Bathymetry Raster Catalog - both rasters are shown as a mosaic
Select the Contents tab
Click on the handle to the far right (it has two black triangle on it)
Next, click on the handle at the bottom left
In the query type [OBJECTID] = 1 (you should see the c_p2mhill grid appear)
Click Selection
Click Subset... compare Selection and Subset options.
In the query type [OBJECTID] = 1 or 2
Click Selection
In the window in the very lower right of ArcCatalog, change the selection from "Geography" to "Properties"
In the Contents window, scroll down to "Spatial Reference"
Notice that the spatial reference of the raster has changed. The geodatabase will reproject data to match the raster catalog.

3. Creating Relationships in the Geodatabase
A. Creating Relationship Classes

Now that all of our data are in the geodatabase we can create relationship classes that link our data together.

Right click the Track feature class, select Properties
On the Relationships tab, Highlight the relationship CruiseHasTracks, then click Properties
Notice this relationship links Cruise and Track with a one-to-many
(1-M) relationship. The tables are linked through the key fields
CruiseID.
Click cancel twice
Right click MyArcMarineTut.mdb, highlight New, then select Relationship class.






In the "Name of the relationship class" field type VehicleHasTracks
Select Vehicle for the origin table and Track for the destination table
Click Next
Select "Simple (peer to peer) relationship" then click Next
Accept the default labels, click Next
Select 1 - M (one to many) then click Next
Verify "No" is selected and click Next
Select VehicleID for both the primary and foreign keys then click Next
Click Finish
Create a new Relationship Class and call it TrackHasObservations, using
Track and SpeciesObservations as your origin and destination tables.
Continue with the same parameters as above except the primary key is
FeatureID and the foreign key is SegmentID.... Pay close attention to
the order of cardinality (which is the one and which is the many?)



Your geodatabase is done! We will now explore the data and how they
relate. Part of your exploration will cover a brief overview of dynamic
segmentation. Dynamic Segmentation will link the habitat and species
observations to their proper geography using the M values stored in the
Track geometry.

4. Adding Geodatabase Features to your ArcMap Project
A. Adding and exploring the data

Open ArcMap, and add the following data from MyArcMarineTut.mdb: Track,
Shoreline, HabClass, Bathymetry, HabitatSegments, and
SpeciesObservation
Notice that HabitatSegments and SpeciesObservations are stored in object classes (no geometry).
Spruce up the display of HabClass by right clicking on the layer and
choosing Properties and within Layer Properties: Display (set
transparency to 50 or 60%); in Symbology (show Categories in Unique
Values, Value Field of "IND", Add Values of "hard", "mixed", "soft",
giving them nice colors)
Save your ArcMap document to E_Datamodel\Tutorial\MyGDB_Tutorial.mxd

In ArcCatalog:


And your ArcMap session should look something like this: (although this
screen shot also shows the dynamic segmentation referencing that you
will do in the next steps)



In order to spatially display the HabitatSegments and
SpeciesObservations data, you will reference the data using dynamic
segmentation. Dynamic segmentation is the process of transforming
linearly referenced data (called events) stored in a table into a
feature that can be displayed on a map. The habitat and fish
observations contain an integer ID that is the se *rial time code for
when the observation took place on the ROV transect. The M (measure)
value that is stored in the spatial reference of the Track feature is
the se *rial time code. In ArcMap you can "Display Route Events" to
view these data spatially.

In the Table of Contents, right click HabitatSegment then select Display Route Events
For Route Reference select Track
For 1st Route Identifier field, select FeatureID
For 2nd Route Identifier field (under "Specify the talbe containing the route events), select SegID
Change the type of events to "Line Events"
In the From-Measure field select BTCsec
In the To-Measure field select ETCsec
Click OK
As you did above for HabClass, change the symbology of the
HabitatSegments Events layer to show the unique values of the Habitat
Type field
Right click SpeciesObservation and display the route events...
SegmentID is the table Route identifier; the events are point; set the
measure field to sec
You may select and create a layer for a specific species if you wish (the attribute is "COMNAME")


Propagating relationships


Turn off any Species layers
Zoom into the map until you can see individual track lines from the Track layer
Click the main Selection menu and set the selectable layers to Track
Using the Selection tool, select a track line of interest
Right click the Track layer and open the attribute table
Click the Selected button at the bottom of the table
Click the Options button, highlight Related Table then select TrackHasSpObservation: SpeciesObservation
Rearrange the windows so that you can see the attributes of SpeciesObservation as well
Click the Selected button at the bottom of the table

Notice that the SegmentIDs of the selected records in the
SpeciesObservation table match the FeatureIDs of the selected records
in the Track table. The record selection has been propagated through
the relationship classes in the geodatabase.

Use the other related tables to answer:
- On which cruise did this track take place?
- What vehicle made this track?


5. Exploring the Z-Value - Optional
If you're interested in displaying the z-value geometry for the
tracklines and observations, open the
E_Datamodel\Tutorial\Tutorial3D.sxd file. Because ArcScene doesn't
support dynamic segmentation, shapefiles have been exported from the
geodatabase for you to show observational features




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