The ArcGIS Desktop Associate exam validates you proficiency in ArcGIS concepts, processes, and workflows. You must have at least 2 years of experience working with the ArcGIS platform. This certification exam will also demonstrate your expertise and help you gain knowledge in visualizing, managing and analysing geospatial data using the ArcGIS platform.
Recommendations for the Exam:
The following tools are required to pass the ArcGIS Desktop Associate (EADA-19-001) certification exam.
ArcGIS Pro is the first.
ArcGIS Online is the second.
Then, ArcGIS Enterprise
ArcGIS Apps For the Field
Cheat Sheet: ArcGIS Desktop Associate (EADA19-001) Exam
We all know that ESRI offers unique concepts and best-in-class training in certification. You will have many opportunities once you are certified as an ArcGIS Desktop Associate (EADA-19-001) certification. It is essential to have the right resources and a clear path to help you prepare. This cheat sheet will make your preparation process easy and help you pass the exam confidently.
1. Exam Objectives: Getting familiar with them
It is important to understand and be familiar with the main objectives for the ArcGIS Desktop Associate exam. Understanding the exam objectives will give you a better understanding of the exam. You will also be able align yourself with the main objectives of the exam. It also allows you to review and mark sections that can be used later. The topics included in this exam are listed below.
Data Management[35%]
Comparison and contrast of various types vector and raster data supported in ArcGIS (ESRI Refer:Managing Geospatial Data within ArcGIS).
Use of the appropriate coordinate systems to preserve desired spatial properties (ESRI Refer:ArcGIS Pro Basics).
How to migrate data from a file geodatabase, feature classification, or table. (ESRI Reference: Getting Started With ArcGIS Pro).
Validation of spatial and attribut data. (ESRI Reference: Getting Started With Data Management)
How to use the ArcGIS Platform components, and geodatabase types for managing data. (ESRI Reference:ArcGIS apps for the field: An introduction)
Determining appropriate existing geodatabase elements to use (ESRI Reference:Geodatabase design steps)
Management of raster, tabular and vector data. (ESRI Reference:Managing vector data using ArcGIS
Managing metadata and item details (ESRI Refer:What is metadata?
Data manipulation[17%]
ArcGIS platform editing functionality for creating, modifying and deleting 3D and 2D data. (ESRI Reference: Editing 3D Features Using ArcGIS Pro
How to fix data alignment problems (ESRI Refer: Creating and Editing Data With ArcGIS Pro).
Application of SQL query. (ESRI Reference:Editing Basics with ArcGIS Pro
Determining how to repair the link between a layer and its data source (ESRI Reference:Integrating Data in ArcGIS Pro)
Troubleshooting data anomalies using tabular and vector data (ESRI reference:Querying Data Using ArcGIS Pro
Identifying how ArcGIS Desktop controls coordinate system and geographical transformation (ESRI Reference: Getting Started With Mapping and Visualization).
Managing layer properties (ESRI Reference:Setting layer properties)
How to visualize temporal, ranged or 3D data (ESRI reference:Working with Temporal Information in ArcGIS).
How to export data, maps, or scenes to different formats (ESRI Refer:Supported Formats).
How to share content on the ArcGIS Platform (ESRI Refer:Enable location-based insights, data-driven decisions)
Identifying the purpose and item description of metadata and other properties for sharing (ESRI reference:Create & Manage Metadata in Ar