In ArcGIS, MGET appears as a geoprocessing toolbox. The toolbox contains about 300 tools. The tools may be executed individually, wired together into graphical workflows using the ArcGIS ModelBuilder, executed programmatically from geoprocessing scripts, or executed from the ArcGIS Command Line window. After you have installed MGET (instructions here), you can access it from the ArcToolbox window in ArcMap or ArcCatalog. If the ArcToolbox window is not visible, click the ArcToolbox button to bring it up: If the toolbox is not there but you know MGET is installed, you simply need to add it to the ArcToolbox window. If you have not installed MGET yet, you can browse the toolbox above to get a feel for what is in the toolbox. Click the icons to drill into the toolbox. Each icon represents a tool. Click on it to view its documentation. If you have not worked with geoprocessing tools in ArcGIS before, we strongly suggest you get some basic experience running Arc’s built-in tools and using the ModelBuilder workflow system before trying MGET. To get started, we suggest browsing the materials at ESRI’s Geoprocessing Resource Center. Once you are able to execute tools and build models with the ModelBuilder, proceed to the cookbook below for examples of how to apply MGET’s tools in common scenarios for which MGET was designed. We are developing a cookbook showing step-by-step examples for common scenarios but at this time (June 2013) it is not ready. In the mean time, please see our downloadable habitat model example for a step-by-step example of one of the most popular applications of MGET. This example covers a number of the topics we plan to cover in the cookbook, although there are many topics that are not covered. If you have any questions please contact us. In the mean time, you can review a few examples on our old website. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. Source.