INTRODUCTION TO GIS MAPPING - Mapping the Real World with Coordinate Systems - COURSE 1/4

COURSE 1 - Introduction to GIS Mapping

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Established in 1827, the University of Toronto is one of the world’s leading universities, renowned for its excellence in teaching, research, innovation and entrepreneurship, as well as its impact on economic prosperity and social well-being around the globe.


Get started learning about the fascinating and useful world of geographic information systems (GIS)! In this first course of the specialization GIS, Mapping, and Spatial Analysis, you'll learn about what a GIS is, how to get started with the software yourself, how things we find in the real world can be represented on a map, how we record locations using coordinates, and how we can make a two-dimensional map from a three-dimensional Earth. In the course project, you will create your own GIS data by tracing geographic features from a satellite image for a location and theme of your choice. This course will give you a strong foundation in mapping and GIS that will give you the understanding you need to start working with GIS, and to succeed in the other courses in this specialization.

This course is for anyone who wants to learn about mapping and GIS. You don't have to have any previous experience - just your curiosity! The course includes both practical software training and explanations of the concepts you need to know to make informed decisions as you start your journey to becoming a GIS analyst.

You will need a Windows computer with ArcGIS Desktop installed. (software is not provided)

WEEK 1 - What is a GIS?
00:00 - Introduction to the specialization 3m
3:44 - Welcome to the course! 53s
4:38 - Maps in your pocket 5m
9:57 - What is a map? 8m
18:40 - What is a GIS? 8m
27:21 - Defining GIS 7m
34:38 - A quick tour of the software 10m
45:26 - Examples of geospatial data 10m
55:47 - Procedures and people 4m

WEEK 2 - Introduction to ArcGIS
1:00:29 - Web map design and content in ArcGIS Online 9m
1:09:54 - A quick tour of ArcGIS Online 12m
1:22:15 - Map documents and layers 10m
1:32:42 - Keeping track of files in ArcMap 8m
1:41:03 - Jack Dangermond 3m
1:44:58 - Map scale 10m
1:55:17 - Scale on a web map 10m
2:06:15 - Scale, annotation, and visibility 9m
2:15:34 - Working with map scale in ArcMap 4m
2:20:31 - Working with map scale in ArcGIS Online 1m

WEEK 3 - Mapping the real world with vector and raster data
2:22:08 - Mapping the real world 12m
2:34:44 - Vector data model1 3m
2:48:11 - Creating vector data by digitizing in ArcMap 9m
2:58:00 - Sampling frequency when digitizing 3m
3:01:06 - Map scale and digitizing 7m
3:08:50 - Precision, accuracy, and digitizing 9m
3:18:40 - Raster data model 4m
3:23:05 - Spatial resolution and data volume 12m
3:35:16 - Spatial resolution of raster data in ArcMap 3m
3:39:12 - Vector vs. raster data models 8m

WEEK 4 - Mapping Locations with Coordinate Systems
3:47:26 - Longitude and latitude 8m
3:56:26 - Defining the prime meridian 4m
4:01:02 - Recording lat/long coordinates 6m
4:08:01 - Converting DMS/DD coordinates 2m
4:11:01 - The Earth as an ellipsoid 12m
4:23:21 - Horizontal datum 8m
4:31:47 - Geographic coordinate system 7m
4:39:17 - Changing horizontal datums 11m
4:50:28 - Vertical datum 13m

WEEK 5 - Flattening the Earth with Map Projections
5:04:09 - Purpose of map projections 7m
5:11:15 - How projections work 6m
5:17:58 - Associating points from 3D to 2D 7m
5:25:36 - Projection class 3m
5:29:30 - Standard line and scale factor 10m
5:40:07 - Projection case 7m
5:48:07 - Projection aspect 6m
5:54:48 - Projection central meridian 6m
6:00:51 - Tissot's indicatrix 10m
6:11:24 - Equidistant projection 5m
6:17:14 - Great circles and rhumb lines 8m
6:25:59 - Projection distance and direction 5m
6:31:15 - Grid coordinate systems and UTM 13m
6:45:02 - Projections and ArcGIS 6m
6:51:47 - Working with map projections 11m
7:03:23 - Data frames and extent rectangles in ArcMap 4m

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