ArcView is full-featured GIS software for visualizing, analyzing, creating, and managing data with a geographic component. Most data has a component that can be tied to a place: an address, postal code, global positioning system location, census block, city, region, country, or other location. ArcView allows you to visualize, explore, and analyze this data, revealing patterns, relationships, and trends that are not readily apparent in databases, spreadsheets, or statistical packages.
ArcView can help you better answer questions such as:
ArcView is used by people around the world in a wide range of industries and applications.
Ease of Use
ArcView is the most widely used desktop GIS software in the world because it provides an easy way for everyone to use geographic data. With an intuitive graphical user interface, exceptional online help, and extensive documentation, it’s easy to get up to speed with ArcView. Instructor-led training, Internet-based courses, and an array of books are also available to ensure you are successful with ArcView.
With ArcView, you can build compelling maps that help you visualize patterns, trends, and exceptions in your data. ArcView includes simple wizards, predefined map templates, and an extensive suite of map elements that save you time and make it easy to create professional-quality maps. Completed maps can be saved, printed, exported, and embedded in other documents or applications. ArcView also allows you to visualize your data as charts and reports, in 3D, and over time.
ArcView allows you to better answer questions, test theories or predictions, and examine relationships. ArcView includes tools and procedures that allow you to analyze spatial data and derive answers from data of a location-dependent nature. Like all the ArcGIS Desktop products, ArcView software’s rich geoprocessing framework includes ready-to-use analysis tools as well as the ability to build process models, scripts, and complete workflows.
ArcView makes it easy to integrate all types of data for visualization and analysis. It includes a number of tools for geographic, tabular, and metadata management, creation, and organization. ArcView supports a wide variety of data types including demographics, facilities, CAD drawings, imagery, Web services, and multimedia. You can directly read or import more than 70 different formats with ArcView.
GDi GISDATA offers to its clients ready made Data & Maps. Data & maps are regularly updated and preconfigured to work with ESRI’s software. The Data and Maps Media is offered as:
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