Geoprocessing Tools- ArcGIS
Geoprocessing Tools can improve your productivity because the tools apply edits in bulk, such as to all features or all selected features. In most cases, a similar editing function applies to only one feature at a time. In this Tutorial Learn use Geoprocessing Tools in ArcGIS.
7 Major Geoprocessing Tools in ArcGIS
Perform this task, first set Environments, or connect dataset Folder. It helps to Input and Output data destination.
Open Arc Toolbox, Arc Toolbox pane appears, select Arc Toolbox right-click, and select Environments. Environments window are open, Expend Workspace and select current Workspace and scratch Workspace, then click OK.
Creates buffer polygons around input features to a specified distance.
Now view your Buffer result.
Now view your Clip result.
Now view your Intersect result.
Now view your Union result.
Computes a geometric union of the input features. All features and their attributes will be written to the output feature class. Input all feature classes or feature layers must be polygons.
Now view your Marge result.
Use the Dissolve tool when you want to aggregate features based on a specified attribute or attributes. For example, you could take a feature class data collected on a county-by-county basis. Use Dissolve to create a feature class containing based on the name of each county.
Now view your Dissolve result.
Now view your Erase result.