Using Arcgis 3d Analyst

Using Arcgis 3d Analyst

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  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9781589480049
  • DDC分類 005

Table of Contents

  Introducing 3D Analyst                           1  (6)
What can you do with 3D Analyst? 2 (3)
Tips on learning 3D Analyst 5 (2)
Quick-start tutorial 7 (40)
Copy the tutorial data 8 (2)
Exercise 1: Draping an image over a terrain 10 (9)
surface
Exercise 2: Visualizing contamination in an 19 (5)
aquifer
Exercise 3: Visualizing soil contamination 24 (10)
and thyroid cancer rates
Exercise 4: Building a TIN to represent 34 (13)
terrain
Creating surface models 47 (30)
What are surfaces and surface models? 48 (2)
Creating raster surfaces from points 50 (9)
Interpolating a raster surface 59 (4)
Kriging interpolation 63 (3)
Saving all rasters in a specified location 66 (1)
Setting an analysis mask 67 (1)
Setting the coordinate system for your 68 (1)
analysis results
Setting the output extent 69 (1)
Setting the output cell size 70 (1)
Creating TIN surfaces from vector data 71 (2)
Building a TIN 73 (2)
Creating a TIN from a raster 75 (1)
Creating a raster from a TIN 76 (1)
Managing 3D data 77 (16)
ArcCatalog basics 78 (3)
Previewing 3D data 81 (5)
Displaying 2D data in 3D 86 (4)
Starting ArcScene from ArcCatalog 90 (1)
Creating a new 3D feature class 91 (2)
Displaying surfaces 93 (22)
Displaying raster surfaces in 3D 94 (1)
Displaying raster surfaces 95 (7)
Symbolizing areas with unknown values 102(1)
Displaying TIN surfaces 103(10)
Making a layer transparent 113(1)
Shading a layer 114(1)
Analyzing surfaces 115(36)
Querying surface values 116(2)
Understanding the shape of a surface 118(2)
Calculating slope 120(1)
Deriving slope from a raster surface 121(1)
Calculating aspect 122(1)
Deriving aspect from a raster surface 123(1)
Mapping contours 124(2)
Deriving contour lines from a surface 126(2)
Analyzing visibility 128(2)
Creating a line of sight 130(1)
Deriving a viewshed 131(1)
Computing hillshade 132(1)
Deriving a hillshade of a surface 133(2)
Shading 3D surfaces in a scene 135(1)
Determining height along a profile 136(1)
Finding the steepest path 137(1)
Calculating area and volume 138(1)
Reclassifying data 139(1)
Reclassifying your data 140(4)
Converting rasters and TINs to vector data 144(1)
Converting surface to vector data 145(2)
Creating 3D features 147(4)
3D visualization 151(46)
Creating a new scene 152(2)
Adding 3D graphics to a scene 154(1)
Feature data and 3D 155(1)
Defining the z-values for a layer 156(7)
Raster data and 3D 163(1)
Defining the 3D properties of a raster layer 164(2)
Converting z-units to x,y units 166(1)
Offsetting the heights in a layer 167(1)
Controlling when a layer is rendered 168(2)
Viewing a scene from different angles 170(1)
Managing scene viewers 171(2)
Changing the viewer settings 173(3)
Setting the properties of a scene 176(1)
Changing the vertical exaggeration 177(1)
Using animated rotation 178(2)
Changing the background color 180(2)
Changing the scene illumination 182(3)
Changing the scene extent 185(2)
Changing the scene coordinate system 187(2)
Selecting features in a scene 189(4)
Exporting a scene 193(2)
Printing a scene 195(2)
Glossary 197(6)
Index 203