Geographic Information System ─ Practice Class

Geographic Information System Practice Class Symbology Chan, Chun-Hsiang TYF LAB, Dept. of Social and Regional Development National Taipei University of Education 2016/03/02 Auschwitz Birkenau Photo by in Krakw, Poland 1

Symbology Outline Load data Single Color Graduated Color Unique Value Dot Chart Multiple Attribute Allies of World

War II Axis powers 2 Load Data Loading If you want to load your data from local computer, then you may utilize Add Data or Arc Catalog into Data Frame. Data name: axisPowers.shp & alliesPowers.shp

Data source: 3 Properties Single Color You need to press your right button, then you may find a item called Properties. Besides, there are lots of options that yo u should know at first, such as Open Attri

bute Table, Zoom To Layer, Label Featur es, Edit Features, Data and Properties. 4 Color Single Color There are lots of function i n properties, including Ge neral, Source, Selection, D

isplay, Symbology, Field, D efinition Query, Labels, Joi ns & Relations, Time and HTML Popup. Press the Symbology. 5 Color Single Color

6 Color Single Color Single color means that one shapefile is allowed only on e color in the same time. However, you may find thes e function while you double click the color icon in the da

ta frame. 7 Color Graduated Color If your data has continuous traits, then you may presen t the spatial data by Gradua ted Color.

Select both Quantities and Graduated Colors. Setup your options: Fields, Classification, Color Ramp, Label and Range. 8 Color Graduated Color

9 Color Graduated Symbol If your data has continuous tra its, then you may present the spatial data by Graduated Sym bol. Select both Quantities and Gra duated Symbols.

Setup your options: Fields, Cla ssification, Symbol Size from, L abel, Range, Template and Bac kground. 10 Color Graduated Symbol 11

Color Unique Value If your data has discrete traits, then you may present the spa tial data by Unique Value. Select both Categories/Unique Value and Add All Values. Setup your options: Fields, Na me and Color Scheme.

12 Color Unique Value 13 Color Dot Density If your data has density traits, then you may present the spa

tial data by Dot Density. Select both Quantities and Dot Density. Setup your options: Fields Sec tion, Dot Size, Dot Value and B ackground. 14 Color Dot Density

15 Chart Pie If your data has numeric traits, then you may present the spati al data by pie chart. Select both Charts and Pie. Setup your options: Fields Secti on, Symbol, Color Scheme, Bac kground and Prevent chart ove

rlap. You can adjust its size by Size. 16 Chart Pie 17 Chart Multiple

Attribute If your data has several traits, then y ou may present the spatial data by multiple attribute. Select symbology/ show/ categories / Unique values and many fields . Select those visible items which you want to present through Value Field. Press Add All Values, and adjust colo r by Color Scheme, moreover, you c an add text by Label.

18 Chart Multiple Attribute 19 Chart Multiple Attribute

If your data has several traits, then y ou may present the spatial data by multiple attribute. Select symbology/ show/ Multipale Attributes/ Quantity by category. Select those visible items which you want to present through Value Field. Press Add All Values, and adjust colo r by Color Scheme, moreover, you c an add text by Label. 20

Chart Multiple Attribute 21 GIS Charts Exercise 2-1 Have you ever heard Nazi?

Especially in WWII, the Holocaust and Germa ny's war in the East was based on Hitler's lon g-standing view that the Jews were the great enemy of the German people and that Leben sraum was needed for the expansion of Ger many. He focused on Eastern Europe for this expansion, aiming to defeat Poland and the S oviet Union and on removing or killing the Je ws and Slavs. 22

GIS Charts Exercise 2-1 In this assignment, all you need to do is present different kinds o f death population. 23 GIS Charts Exercise 2-1

Draw a map like as follows. You may try different color and class, but your map needs to contain main elements. Population of different country during WWII 24 GIS Charts Exercise 2-2 Draw a map like as follows. You may try different color and class, but you

r map needs to contain main elements. Dead Population of different class during WWII (Common & Soldier) 25 GIS Charts Exercise 2-3 Draw a map like as follows. You may try different color and class, but you r map needs to contain main elements.

Dead Population of different class during WWII (Common & Soldier) 26 GIS Charts Exercise 2-4 Draw a map like as follows. You may try different color and class, but you r map needs to contain main elements.

Population and Dead Population of different countries during WWII 27 GIS Charts Exercise 2-5 Draw a map like as follows. You may try different color and class, but you r map needs to contain main elements. Population and Dead Population of different countries during WWII

28 Assignment Symbology Practice Problem 1: Please utilize the symbology tool to draw color on your map or file in order. (1) unique: give different color to each county. (2) dot density: use president election result from central election commission to plot d ifferent numbers of which candidates have been gained by different color in dot. (Resol ution: county-based) (3) graduated color: show the ratio of people who have voted in president election or n

ot. (Resolution: county-based) (4) graduated symbol: show the numbers of people who have voted in president electi on. (Resolution: county-based) (5) pie and bar: show the ratio and numbers of votes from different candidates. (Resolu tion: county-based) (6) multiple attributes: show the ratio of Tsai vote by multiple attribute. Assignment Symbology Practice Problem 2: We have DEM (Digital Elevation Map) of Taiwan, please us e suitable colorbar.

(1) Please load the raster file (img file format) and change its symbolo gy into a suitable color. (2) Please use 500 meters as a division to reclassify(see also Hint for Week 2 Assignment.pptx) DEM file and change its color. (3) Please set 500 meters as a division in symbology tool to redraw thi s DEM file. (4) What is the difference between the answer of (2) and (3)? The end If you have question, you may still send message and let me know!

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