AutoCAD Map 3D 2016 Beginner to Advanced Training DVDsCareerVision Training
£ 238 - (Rs 20,628)
- Distance learning
What you'll learn on the course
- 137 Lessons
- 7:07:40 (hh:mm:ss) Hours of Training
- Language: English
CADLearning for AutoCAD Map 3D® 2016 teaches the use of AutoCAD Map 3D 2016 as a geospatial mapping and analysis tool. Users will gain all the necessary skills needed to complete a map using the program. Lessons cover how to use data sources to create map features and stylized topologies. Then analyses and calculations can be performed using those feature sources, and complete map books can be plotted.
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- Datasets and drawing files included.
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- J.C. Malitzke, Dept. Chair, Computer Integrated Technologies, Moraine Valley Community College
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- Brian Gutschow
Introducing AutoCAD Map 3D (1:31)
Exploring AutoCAD Map 3D Workspaces (5:54)
Exploring the AutoCAD Map 3D Task Pane (4:05)
Understanding File Tabs (5:39) Drawing Cleanup
Understanding Drawing Cleanup (1:58)
Selecting Objects for Drawing Cleanup (3:42)
Explaining Cleanup Actions (3:14)
Selecting Cleanup Actions (3:56)
Selecting Cleanup Methods (1:46)
Selecting and Reviewing Error Markers (3:30)
Understanding Attribute Data Concepts (2:31)
Understanding Object Data (2:11)
Creating an Object Data Table (4:46)
Modifying an Object Data Table (2:31)
Attaching Object Data Records (4:16)
Viewing and Editing Object Data (4:50)
Generating Object Data Links (4:01)
Understanding External Database Links (1:17)
Attaching a Database (4:09)
Creating a Local DSN Connection (2:06)
Introducing Data View (2:55)
Creating a Link Template (3:22)
Generating Links to Enclosed Blocks (5:15)
Selecting Objects Linked to Enclosed Blocks (3:01)
Understanding Advanced Data View (3:59)
Choosing the Storage Method (2:05)
Understanding Coordinate Systems (4:05)
Using Coordinate Systems in AutoCAD Map 3D (1:02)
Assigning and Verifying Coordinate Systems (3:50)
Tracking Coordinates (4:07)
Calculating Geodetic Distance (2:19)
Importing GIS Data
Understanding Importing GIS Data (1:17)
Importing GIS Lines (2:57)
Importing GIS Points (3:15)
Importing Data with Multiple Coordinate Systems (3:07)
Importing Attribute Data as Object Data (4:02)
Importing Attribute Data to Linked Database Data (4:13)
Exporting GIS Data
Understanding Exporting GIS Data (1:14)
Exporting Lines to GIS (4:08)
Exporting Closed Polylines with Object Data (4:28)
Exporting Data to SDF (3:45) Source Drawings
Understanding Source Drawings (2:42)
Creating a Drive Alias (3:47)
Attaching Source Drawings (2:58)
Using Quick View for Source Drawings (2:41)
Deactivating and Detaching Source Drawings (3:00)
Understanding Queries (3:16)
Introducing Queries (4:56)
Performing a Simple Location Query (4:39)
Performing a Simple Property Query (2:55)
Performing a Simple Data Query (3:33)
Performing a Simple SQL Query (3:13)
Performing a Compound Query (4:25)
Using the Query Library (3:15)
Creating a Report Query (4:00)
Creating an Alter Properties Query (4:10)
Using Coordinate Transformations (3:42)
Creating a New Drawing from Source Drawings (2:46) Save-Back
Understanding Save-Back (2:24)
Saving Edits Back to Source Drawings (6:06) Raster Images
Understanding Raster Images (2:45)
Inserting a Raster Image (4:19)
Working with Raster Images (3:51)
Manipulating the Display of Raster Images in a Drawing (3:14)
Understanding Object Classification (2:36)
Creating an Object Classification Definition File (2:29)
Defining Object Classes (5:09)
Classifying Objects (2:22)
Creating an Object Class Object (2:13)
Understanding Annotation (1:49)
Defining an Annotation Template (3:48)
Inserting Annotations (1:42)
Editing and Updating an Annotation Template (4:00)
Creating Compound Annotations (2:56) COGO
Understanding COGO (1:58)
Utilizing the Inquiry Tools (3:17)
Entering Data Using the COGO Tools (2:58)
Understanding Survey (1:01)
Creating a Survey Datastore and Project (2:32)
Importing Points (3:32) Topologies
Understanding Topologies (1:54)
Understanding Network Topology (2:08)
Creating a Network Topology (4:50)
Working with Topology Objects (4:06)
Understanding Topology Analysis (2:09)
Running a Shortest Path Trace (3:40)
Understanding the Effects of Flow Direction and Resistance (5:38)
Running a Best Route Analysis (2:02)
Running a Flood Trace Analysis (2:06)
Understanding Polygon Topology (1:53)
Creating a Polygon Topology (5:50)
Understanding Polygon Topology Analysis (2:04)
Creating a Topology Based on an Analysis (2:40)
Creating a Buffer (2:50)
Creating a Topology Overlay (6:05)
Connecting to Feature Sources
Understanding Feature Source Connections (2:45)
Understanding Features (2:47)
Connecting to an SHP Data Store (4:08)
Connecting to an SDF Data Store (2:07)
Understanding Point Geometry (1:18)
Creating a System DSN (2:59)
Connecting to an ODBC Database (3:58)
Connecting to a Raster Image File (2:34)
Connecting to a DEM File (2:24)
Viewing Features (2:43)
Working with Feature Sources
Setting the Feature Layer Draw Order (3:12)
Using the Data Table (3:10)
Creating a Filter (3:35)
Creating a Query (1:52)
Querying to Add Features (2:48)
Stylizing Polygon Features (3:08)
Stylizing Line Features (3:08)
Stylizing Point Features (1:23)
Labeling Features (1:52)
Adding Zoom Scales (3:39)
Creating a Thematic Map (2:43)
Stylizing a Raster-Based Surface (2:42)
Creating and Editing Features
Understanding Connected Feature Source Editing (2:00)
Editing Feature Attributes (3:07)
Editing Feature Geometry (3:12)
Creating New Features (2:07)
Creating Features from Geometry (1:44)
Deleting Features (1:34)
Split and Merge Features
Understanding Splitting and Merging Features (2:22)
Setting Split Rules (5:02)
Splitting Features (3:50)
Setting Merge Rules (1:46)
Merging Features (1:49) Point Clouds
Understanding Point Clouds (0:56)
Connecting to a Point Cloud (2:24)
Stylizing a Point Cloud (3:15)
Creating a Surface from a Point Cloud (1:13)
Sharing Maps with Others
Understanding Map Books (1:26)
Understanding Map Books and Map Book Templates (3:09)
Generating a Map Book (4:36)
Navigating the Map Book (3:47)
Converting FDO Objects to Standard AutoCAD Objects (4:13)