In raster calculator use the double asterisk ** for exponentiation. With vectors, in field calculator use the caret ^ for exponentiation. Continue reading “ArcGIS pitfall of the day: exponentiation with rasters and tables”
I just stumbled upon an excellent summary on OSTN02 over at Nicolas Duggan’s blog. EDINA have documented how to install and use OSTN02 in ArcGIS, so no excuse anymore for not using OSTN02!
The other day I was asked for help with installing and running WUImap, a GIS tool for calculating and mapping rural-urban interfaces. Continue reading “Using WUImap on Windows 7 and ArcGIS Desktop 10.2”
Say you did a survey and asked participants for their postcode, or you obtain secondary data in which locations are specified by postcode. Now you want to create a point on a map for each of your postcodes – in GIS jargon: you geocode your data. Continue reading “Geocoding UK postcodes in ArcGIS”
At the University of Manchester we use Concurrent Use licenses for ArcGIS. For working offline, e.g. for fieldwork, users can borrow ArcGIS licenses onto their laptops while are on the university network or VPN, and then use ArcGIS for a certain length of time while offline. Continue reading “How borrowing a concurrent ArcGIS license works, and how it doesn’t”
Here at SEED we use the Garmin GPSmap 62 as our standard GPS device. All university staff and students can borrow one of the devices. This is a Quick Start guide for collecting data with this device. Continue reading “Using the Garmin GPSmap 62”
Did you know that in SPSS Statistics you can make maps? And it is actually fairly straightforward! Continue reading “Make a map in SPSS!”