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Post Info TOPIC: MapMate training - Chorlton Water Park


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MapMate training - Chorlton Water Park


The Greater Manchester Local Record Centre are running two MapMate training sessions this autumn from Chorlton Water Park.


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MapMate for Beginners
05/10/2014 10:00 - 14:00

-> Installation and configuration (done prior to the session with support)
-> Applying patches (done prior to the session with support)
-> Entering records
-> Editing and deleting records
-> Locking fields for quick data entry
-> Preventing duplicate record entry
-> Applying filters
-> Quick queries and custom queries
-> Using the inbuilt query library
-> Copying data to Excel
-> Exchanging records via synchronisation
-> Backups, snapshots and disaster recovery
-> Importing ordnance survey base layers
-> Creating basic species atlases


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Advanced MapMate
15/11/2014 10:00 - 15:30

-> Introduction to SQL and the MapMate data model
-> Types of queries
-> Simple SELECT query
-> Joining multiple tables
-> Filtering records using WHERE
-> Spatial filtering
-> Understanding the OS National Grid
-> Bounding box query
-> Radial buffer query
-> Prompting the user for input
-> Sorting results
-> Summarising data (aggregation)
-> Pivot tables
-> Custom filters
-> Creating a base map using MapMate's inbuilt layers
-> Custom atlases


Full details and booking information are available here www.gmwildlife.org.uk/news/. The courses will closely follow our MapMate user manual which is available to download from here download

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Greater Manchester Local Record Centre www.gmwildlife.org.uk
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