ArcGIS (vendor: ESRI) is a suite of Geographic Information
System software products which allow the user to create, edit, manage, obtain, and analyze geospatial
data, and develop and publish cartographic representations illustrating the results of these analyses.
This distribution of ArcGIS consists of ArcGIS Desktop and ArcInfo Workstation. In addition, a download containing documentation
ArcGIS Desktop (ArcCatalog, ArcToolBox and ArcMap) includes the following extensions: ArcGlobe, ArcReader, ArcScene,
ArcPublisher, ArcScan, 3D Analyst,
Survey Analyst, Spatial Analyst, Geostatistical Analyst, Network Analyst and Maplex.
ArcInfo Workstation (Arc, ArcPlot, ArcEDIT) includes the following modules: Network TIN, COGO,and GRID.
ArcGIS software products are licensed material and remain the property of
Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. ArcGIS may be used only by Brown
University students, faculty, and staff on Brown-owned computers on campus only and
may not be used for commercial purposes.
ArcGIS usage is metered by a Brown license manager.
By downloading this software you agree to these limitations.