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I want someone to do the outline asap during next 2 hours then do the following thing on the pictures

Geographies Map Journal Project Introduction to Geography This course assignment is designed to assess your critical thinking, problem solving, and communication skills using geographic perspectives, concepts, and technologies. In doing so, you must successfully complete its 4 phases, which involve the: 1) 2) 3) 4) Map Journal Proposal Map Journal Database/Map Map Journal Outline Map Journal Presentation 50 points 50 points 50 points 50 points Total 200 points Database Instructions You are to collect and organize data that will enable you to create a location point map, which is an essential component of your map journal. All map journals must contain at least one map that is created by the student. Step One: Locate data that is relevant to the topic for the purposes of mapping. Data is available from a variety of information sources, including but not limited to academic journal publications, books (of the fiction or non-fiction variety), online news stories, magazines, organizational websites (e.g., nonprofits, government, faith-based institutions, etc.), television programs, films, surveys, etc. Simply put, data is ubiquitous. However, do not randomly choose information sources. Use purpose to select relevant data for the project. Step Two: Evaluate the information. Identify the data that is pertinent to your map journal. Step Three: Open a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet and create column headers that correspond to the data that your information source provides. Step Four: Insert your data into the columns. NOTE: A data spreadsheet that has fewer than 10 data fields will not receive full assignment credit. NOTE: Some map journal projects will demand that addresses be used whereas others require geographic coordinates (i.e., latitude and longitude). The absence of these column fields will not allow you to map different features or place characteristics using the ArcGIS application. Step Five: Proofread your data spreadsheet to ensure consistency, spelling, etc. Step Two: After filling in the columns with data from the information source(s) save your spreadsheet in CSV format. NOTE: ArcGIS will not allow you to map your data if this is not done. Information details or particular characteristics in this example include bridge construction year, years of service, whether it is abandoned and so on. The actual infrastructure in this example. Mapping Instructions Step One: Create a free yet temporary ArcGIS Online account at The link to do so is located at the bottom left-hand side of the webpage. Step Two: Open the ArcGIS Online application. Step Three: Select the Map menu option. Step Four: Select the Add tab and choose Add Layer from File. Here you will select your database then you will click on Import Layer. Step Five: Select the feature or particular characteristic from the data spreadsheet that you wish to map. Step Six: Select a layer style.

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