About This Document

This manual is an introductory-level training module for FME Desktop, designed for delivery in higher education.

Look out for the FME Lizard from the City of Interopolis, who will appear from time-to-time to give you advice and dispense FME-related wisdom. In fact, here's the FME lizard now:

FME Lizard says...
On behalf of the City of Interopolis, welcome to this training course. Here is the standard legal information about this training document and the datasets used during the course.

Be sure to read it, particularly if you're thinking about re-using or modifying this content.

Licensing and Warranty

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This manual describes the functionality and use of the software at the time of publication. The software described herein, and the descriptions themselves, are subject to change without notice.

Data Sources

City of Vancouver

Unless otherwise stated, the data used here originates from open data made available by the City of Vancouver, British Columbia. It contains information licensed under the Open Government License - Vancouver.


Forward Sortation Areas: Statistics Canada, 2011 Census Digital Boundary Files, 2013. Reproduced and distributed on an "as is" basis with the permission of Statistics Canada. © This data includes information copied with permission from Canada Post Corporation.

Digital Elevation Model: GeoBase®

Fire Hall Data: Some attribute data adapted from content © 2013 by Wikipedia, used under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike license

Stanley Park GPS Trail: Used with kind permission of VancouverTrails.com.

OpenStreetMap Datasets: © OpenStreetMap contributors.

Contains information licensed under the Open Government Licence – British Columbia

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Document Information

Document Name: Data Integration with FME Desktop 2019.0

What's New?

A list of changes to this manual and its accompanying datasets can be found under What's New. The file includes a list of general revisions compared to the previous year's materials. It is designed to help trainers become up-to-speed with new content, and for students to identify which FME functionality is new for the current release.

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