This video GIS tutorial will demonstrate the new basic interface functionality in Simple GIS Client version 9.0
Creating a new Simple GIS Client project file from a project template
Switching between documents, docking document windows and navigating the project manager window
Adding data to a Map Data View document.
Working in the TOC of a Map Data View document
Panning and zooming in a Map Data View document
Drawing simple graphics in a Map Data View document
Viewing table documents
Creating Map documents
Basic Functionality of Map Data View Document in Simple GIS
This video GIS tutorial will demonstrate the basic funtionality of working in the MapDataView document of a Simple GIS Client project.
Creating a new Simple GIS Client project
Creating a new MapDataView document
Adding shapefiles and imagery to a MapDataView document
Working in the TOC of a MapDataView document
Navigation tools in a MapDataView document
Setting basic View and Layer properties
Querying by attribute data and selection sets
Drawing simple graphics in a MapDataView document
Creating and Modifying Legends in Simple GIS Client
This video GIS tutorial will demonstrate creating and modifying layer legends in the Simple GIS Client Application.
Modifying a layer object's legend
Cover different types of legends
Special legend properties such as scaling and advanced rendering
Modifying and Creating Symbols in Simple GIS Client
This video GIS tutorial will demonstrate creating and modifying symbols in the Simple GIS Client Application.
Modifying a MapDataView document's default symbols
Modifying a graphic's symbol.
Creating new symbols
Modifying existing symbols
Adding Free Form Text to Feature Labels
This video GIS tutorial will demonstrate how to add free form text descriptors to your feature labels in Simple GIS Client
Auto labeling features in Simple GIS Client
Adding free form text as descriptors before and/or after your field labels.
Adding Derived Geometry Fields to an Attribute Table
This video GIS tutorial will demonstrate adding derived geometry fields as calculated fields in a feature layer's attribute table. Derived geometry fields allows the user to display specific characteristics (x & y coordinate, length, perimeter, and area) for each records feature within the attribute table.
Adding calculated fields to a table
Types of derived geometry fields based upon feature layers' geometry type (point, polyline, polygon)
Setting the units of measurement for your derived geometry fields.
Adding Calculated Fields to an Attribute Table
This video GIS tutorial will demonstrate creating calculated fields in a feature layer's attribute table using the Calculated Field Expression builder.
Creating Drive Time Rings with Census Data
Adding a calculated field to normalize field values