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How to Select Features by Attributes in ArcMap Tutorial

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Describes how to select features from a layer by attributes through a simple query using ArcGIS 9.3.1. Lecture review tutorial videos from Hunter College and Mount Sinai School of Medicine (NYC) GIS in Public Health (PH 770.07), and (MPH-0005).
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Mohsin Waqas (7 months ago)
its interesting but my work is little more tricky. I want to separate the different combinations and want to name them in a new field, I wrote this code GRIDCODE = 1 AND "GRIDCODE_1" = 1 AND "GRIDCODE_2" = 1 AND "GRIDCODE_3" = 2 AND "GRIDCODE_4" = 1 but it is just separating it from the other. I want to name the as Non-Irrigated areas. Similarly then for the others combinations. How can I do it??? thanks
lucero p. marin (1 year ago)
Exactamente lo que necesitaba...
Allan K. (2 years ago)
Neat, but is the created Layer dynamic -- say Wyoming grows, adds land, within the main table - will your created layer from selection update or do you have rerun the entire process?
Stephan Bl (1 year ago)
As far as I know the new layer will not be updated
Amandeep Kandola (3 years ago)
very helpful!!!
Chris Goranson (4 years ago)
You're very welcome!
Chris Goranson (4 years ago)
Hi Riskytom: Assuming "STUDENTS" is the column you wish to select values from: "STUDENTS" >= 5000 AND "STUDENTS" < 15000 This will give you values that include 5000 up to, but excluding 15000, which sounds like what you're trying to do. If not, simply modify the expression until you get the records selected that you want. Good luck!
Chris Goranson (5 years ago)
Great! I am very glad it helped!
MsTami18 (5 years ago)
thank you very much
Byron Meyer (5 years ago)
Very concise and helpful, thank you!

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