Introduction to Model Builder
  Geoprocessing is an essential aspect of GIS that provides the ability to analyze and process geographic data. Geoprocessing tools can be accessed in ArcGIS via dialog boxes, the command line, multipart scripts, or visual workflow models. ModelBuilder provides a graphical modeling framework for designing and implementing geoprocessing models that can include system tools, scripts, models, and data. This one day class discusses how ModelBuilder can be used to create advanced procedures and automate workflows.
  Course Focus

  • Creating, editing, and running models.
  • How to make models more dynamic by exposing model parameters and working with environment settings and variables.
  • Validating, repairing, and documenting models to share with others.
  Target Audience: Intermediate Level
  This seminar is intended for ArcGIS Desktop users who want to use ModelBuilder to make their geoprocessing tasks more streamlined and efficient.

  Randal Hale, GISP – Randal began his GIS career as part of TVA's Geographic Information and Engineering Department. After 16 years with TVA, he decided to branch out and now provides Geospatial Information Systems Consulting Services to organizations around the South East. In 2005, he earned the GISP certification from the GIS Certification Institute. Randal has been an Esri Authorized/Certified Trainer since 2008. He has also earned his Esri Desktop Associate and CompTIA Technical Trainer certifications. Randal currently serves on the board of Georgia URISA, Mid South ASPRS, and Chairs a committee for TNGIC.
  Length of Course
  1 Days
November 8th
  $380.00    Register Now
  8:30 - 4:30


For more information about Training please contact Erin Emmons