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It sounds you are after automatic raster to vector conversion and the extension to ArcGIS for Desktop that does that (as mentioned in a comment by @radouxju) is ArcScan: ArcScan provides tools that allow you to convert scanned images into vector-based feature layers. The process of converting raster data to vector features is known as vectorization. ...


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Scan the map to xxx format and add the map to ArcGIS (sounds like you have it in jpg already). Use the Georeferecning Tools to get the map in the correct location using ancillary data. A good time to set the projection. Create empty point, line, and polygon Feature Classes. Using the Editing Toolbar to digitize your features into the files Add required ...


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Assuming you know the coordinates of your data points you should be able to write it all up in an excel sheet. using the following column names: longitude latitude placename temperature The Excel sheet can then be used to plot points using ArcGIS or QGIS (the pen source equivalent of ArcGIS).For the ArcGIS software ESRI has made a fairly straightforward ...


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You can georeference a JPG image if you can identify parts of the image in another basemap or geo-referenced dataset of any kind. Get the georeferencing toolbar from the Customize Menu. When you bring the image in (add it like you would any other data) it won't match anything spatially so you will need to match areas in the JPEG with areas in your basemap ...


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You can add your jpg in ArcGIS like any other image (add data). Now, for making a map, you'll need a georeferenced image. There are two main methods: if you know (from metadata) where your image should be, create a world file with .jgw extension (e.g. using notepad) and the same name as your image. The structure of the file is xsize rotation ...



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