Become a member and get unlimited access to the entire skills library of over 4,500 courses, including more Developer and personalized recommendations. Become a member and get unlimited access to the entire skills library of over 4,500 courses, including more Developer and personalized recommendations. – Now that we know a little about what vector data files are, let’s take a closer look at some here inside of our catalog. I’m going into my Folder Connections, into the ExerciseFiles, Chapter_08, and Chapter_08 Data. Let’s first go ahead and take a look at this Washington Transportation geodatabase. If I expand that open, I can see a single feature class inside of here. It’s represented by this icon here, which indicates that this is a line feature class. If I click on the Preview button, here, we can see all of the lines that represent the features in this dataset. Now, there’s a lot of information here. If we take our Zoom tool, and zoom in to a small portion of the map, we can see that all of these features are indeed lines. I can go ahead and identify them to see that there. Let’s go into this folder, here, called MORA, which stands for Mount Rainier National Park. Inside of the MORA folder, we have several shapefiles that represent various items within the park. For instance, I have this county.shp file, o… This will not affect your course history, your reports, or your certificates of completion for this course. Join today and get unlimited access to the entire library of online learning video courses—and create as many playlists as you like. “In a way, I feel like you are rooting for me. Like you are really invested in my experience, and want me to get as much out of these courses as possible this is the best place to start on your journey to learning new material.”— Nadine H. Source.