week 5

4.1 – Explored various methods of importing and moving data within GIS Pro. Messed up setting up my connection folder but got it fixed with tutor, the remaining steps were comprehensible.

4.2 – Expanded knowledge on modifying attribute tables and utilizing the fields view. Although the steps were clear, encountering difficulty with displaying the population under 20 in expressions was notable.

4.3 – Dug deeper into attribute queries, effectively narrowing down specific data. It was particularly fascinating to isolate individual instances within the crime data.

4.4 – A quick and straightforward chapter, continuing to manipulate attribute tables and reutilize earlier steps from the book.

4.5 – Continued learning new features within the toolbox, including further exploration of the symbology tool.

4.6 – Another brief chapter focusing on attribute tables. Struggled with executing a one-to-many join section.

5.1 – Successfully adjusted the type of world map, finding the process relatively straightforward.

5.2 – Working with US maps followed comparable concepts.

5.3 – Incorporated new layers into specific coordinate systems and altered coordinate systems, presenting an intriguing process overall.

5.4 – Managed to comprehend the vector data donation section

5.5 – Encountered complexity within this section, struggling to locate/import the three consensus shape files, hindering progress for the remaining tasks.

6.1 – Successfully dissolved certain features to illustrate smaller neighborhoods, finding this section lucid and accessible.

6.3 – Effortlessly merged water features using the merge tool.

6.4 – Grappled with comprehending the purpose of the append tool. Nevertheless, executing the directions to attribute tables with specific data appeared straightforward.

6.5 – Intersected features to discern fire zones, finding the overall process .

6.6 – Summarized values within Brooklyn neighborhoods, grasping the utilization of the join tables tool.

6.7 – A section utilizing the tabulate intersection tool to compare disabled populations across different fire zones.

7.1 – editing polygons, altering shapes, and splitting them, finding the section both simple and engaging.

7.2 – The creation and deletion of polygons, finding the section equally straightforward.

7.3 – Used the smooth polygon tool, appreciating its ease of use and satisfying results.

7.4 – Focused on transforming polygons, requiring numerous steps but ultimately achieving the desired outcome.

8.1 – Commenced basic geocoding, primarily utilizing zip codes as data, finding the overall process relatively straightforward.

8.2 – Explored geocoding, this time with street addresses, encountering no significant hurdles in this straightforward section.

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