Your work in ArcGIS Pro is organized into projects, which contain all of the resources for you to do your work in one place.
You can visualize your data in both 2D and 3D. You can store as many maps as you need in the same project, and you can open multiple maps at once and view them side by side.
Geoprocessing provides a rich suite of tools for performing spatial analysis and managing GIS data in an automated way.
You can visualize the layers you're editing in both 2D and 3D so you can see features from all perspectives. Editing involves creating, updating, and maintaining geospatial information that is stored and organized in layers.
You can share everything from whole projects to maps, layers, tasks, and other components of your work.
Learn how to map and analyze data in 2D and 3D through a real-world scenario that uses ArcGIS Pro to study tides in Venice, Italy.
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Get introduced to the ribbon user interface and how to interact with maps and tables.
Access the contents of your project and arrange common user interface elements.