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Introducing AutoCAD Map 3D 2009
What You Can Do With AutoCAD Map 3D 2009
Combine map objects
Create and edit map objects
Use map-related data
Format map objects
Manage map data
Perform analysis on maps
Publish maps
Basic Product Concepts
Map files and display maps
Source files and map files
Drawing objects and geospatial features
Importing/exporting data vs. connecting to data stores
Getting Ready to Use the Tutorials
Preparing your sample data
Saving your tutorial maps
Setting up the tutorial window
Choosing a workspace
Taking a Quick Tour of AutoCAD Map 3D
Menus and Workspaces
Toolbars
Task Pane
Properties palette
Status bars
Layout tabs
Dynamic input
Shortcut menus
Getting Started
Creating a New Map
Use Data Connect to Add Data to Your Map
Style a Feature
Where You Are Now
Tutorial: Building a Map
About This Tutorial
Lesson 1: Use Multiple Sources
Exercise 1: Drag and drop a source file
Exercise 2: Attach a drawing file
Exercise 3: Query in data from the drawing
Exercise 4: Use Data Connect
Exercise 5: Add a raster image
Exercise 6: Display the raster image behind other features
Lesson 2: Style Map Features
Exercise 1: Create a theme for the parcels layer
Exercise 2: Define the theme
Exercise 3: Add labels
Lesson 3: Change the Display by Zoom Level
Exercise 1: Add roads to your map
Exercise 2: Create a composite road style
Exercise 3: View styles at different zoom levels
Lesson 4: Create Map Features
Exercise 1: Draw a new parcel
Exercise 2: Add information about the new parcel
Lesson 5: Find Objects
Exercise 1: Display the Data Table
Exercise 2: Filter the Data Table
Lesson 6: Edit Objects
Exercise 1: Check out and edit a feature
Exercise 2: Update information for the edited feature
Lesson 7: Create a Legend
Exercise 1: Insert a legend object
Exercise 2: Change the order of items in the legend
Lesson 8: Publish Your Map
Exercise 1: Specify attributes to include
Exercise 2: Publish to DWF
Lesson 9: Branching Out - Finding Data Sources
Exercise 1: Exploring the Data Portal - DigitalGlobe®
Exercise 2: Exploring the Data Portal - NAVTEQ™
Exercise 3: Exploring the Data Portal - Intermap™
Exercise 4: Trying Out the Sample Data
Tutorial: Analyzing Data Using Styles, Joins, and Buffers
About the Analyzing Tutorial
Lesson 1: Analyzing Data Visually, Using Surfaces
Exercise 1: Prepare your map file
Exercise 2: Add a surface to view elevation data
Exercise 3: Add a layer on top of the surface
Exercise 4: Drape a parcel layer on top of the surface
Lesson 2: Analyzing Data With External Information Using Joins
Exercise 1: Set up an ODBC connection for an Access database
Exercise 2: Connect to the Access database
Exercise 3: Join the data from the ODBC source to the layer
containing the parcels
Exercise 4: Use the joined data for calculated fields and
styles
Lesson 3: Analyzing Data by Proximity Using Buffers
Exercise 1: Create a buffer representing a construction
zone
Exercise 2: Select the parcels within the construction-zone
buffer
Exercise 3: Export the construction-zone parcels to an SDF
file
Exercise 4: Compare the two parcel layers
Lesson 4: Creating a report
Exercise 1: Export the data to CSV for use in a report.
Tutorial: Managing Data From Different Sources
About the Managing Data Tutorial
Lesson 1: Converting Drawing Layers to Feature Classes
Exercise 1: Examine the original drawing layers
Exercise 2: Examine the object data
Exercise 3: Export the drawing layers to SDF - Select the
layers
Exercise 4: Export the drawing layers to SDF - Map object data
to feature class properties
Exercise 5: Export the drawing layers to SDF - Map drawing
properties to feature class properties
Exercise 6: Export the drawing layers to SDF - Set Export
Options
Lesson 2: Using the Resulting SDF Files
Exercise 1: Create a new map
Exercise 2: Connect to the New SDF Data
Exercise 3: Edit the schema
Exercise 4: Add a property
Exercise 5: Populating the new property with values
Lesson 3: Moving SDF Data to a Different Geospatial Format
Exercise 1: Connect to a new SHP file folder
Exercise 2: Use Bulk Copy to move an SDF layer to SHP
format
Lesson 4: Importing SDF Files as DWG Layers
Exercise 1: Create a template for the imported material
Exercise 2: Import the SDF layers
Exercise 3: Use Display Layers to Assign Object Properties
Styling, Splitting, and Using Joined Data with Polygon
Features
About the Styling, Splitting, and Using Joined Data with Polygon
Features Tutorial
Lesson 1: Connecting to Parcel Data
Exercise 1: Create a new map
Exercise 2: Bring in the parcel data
Lesson 2: Splitting a Polygon Feature
Exercise 1: Define Split/Merge Rules
Exercise 2: Find the parcel to split
Exercise 3: Split the parcel
Exercise 4: Examine the results
Lesson 3: Using Joined Data to Create Calculated Properties
Exercise 1: Set up an ODBC connection for a Microsoft Access
database
Exercise 2: Connect to the Microsoft Access database
Exercise 3: Join the ODBC data to the Parcels layer
Exercise 4: Save the properties to a new data store
Exercise 5: Create a calculated property
Lesson 4: Theming Polygon Features
Exercise 1: Creating a theme
Exercise 2: Add labels that use an expression
Lesson 5: Publishing Your Styled Map to MapGuide
Exercise 1: Publish to MapGuide
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