One-to-Many Relationships:
Managing Lists with FME

TRAINING DESCRIPTION

Do you want to preserve the attribute information for all address points inside a zoning polygon? The spatial relationship between these features creates a one-to-many relationship, which can create a challenge in geomatics and data processing when it comes to joining information.

FME lists are a great way to solve this challenge, and they’re also a key element to unlock features that are fundamental to certain transformers. Knowing how to use lists is crucial to being able to use FME to its full potential and getting the most out of your data.

This course will teach you a number of powerful techniques to manage attribute information.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

At the end of this course, you’ll be able to:
 

  • Understand what lists are and what they do
  • Create lists on demand or from one-to-many joins
  • Retrieve information from lists to match it back with the data

PREREQUISITES

The FME Desktop – Basic course, or basic knowledge of FME

CONTENT

Module 1: Introduction to FME lists

  • How to build lists for a specific purpose

Module 2: Manipulating lists

  • Possible list operations
  • Transferring information from lists to features

DURATION

Two 2-hour sessions

DATES
Eastern Standard Time (EST)

In French
Next session : Fall 2021

In English
Next session : Fall 2021

PRICE

$395 per participant

SAVE YOUR PLACE

Pre-registration for the fall 2021 session. We will contact you as soon as the dates of the next training sessions are confirmed.

Adapt this training to your team’s challenges

Our experts can tailor this training to meet the specific needs of your organization.

Adapt this training to your team’s challenges

Our experts can tailor this training to meet the specific needs of your organization.