ArcGIS for Parks and Gardens is based on a harmonized information model of GIS datasets, web services, and maps that we commonly refer to as the Parks and Gardens Information Model. It includes a series of essential foundation layers and operational information that support a range of key maps and apps within a parks and gardens.
The information model's design reflects specific application requirements and the cartographic design elements necessary to produce rich, multiscale basemaps and operational layers. You can configure the information model to support specific business needs in your organization by selecting and implementing specific themes that are part of this integrated information model or by adding fields and modifying field and layer aliases to reflect terms more widely used in your organization.
The Parks and Gardens Information Model requires specific technical experience and software.
When you download the Parks and Gardens Information Model, you'll find the following files:
|GeodatabaseDocumentation.htm||An htm file containing the data dictionary for the Parks and Gardens Information Model that includes a description of the features, fields and domains in the information model.|
|ParksandGardensInformationModel.xml||An XML workspace document used to deliver an empty schema of the Parks and Gardens Information Model.|
|ReleaseNotes.pdf||A PDF document containing release notes that describe changes made to each incremental version of the Parks and Gardens Information Model.|
Detailed release notes for the Parks and Gardens Information Model.