Explorer for ArcGIS on Mac OS X
Following the July launch of Explorer for ArcGIS on Mac OS X, the Explorer team released an update into the app store today that broadens the reach of Explorer considerably by adding support for 21 new languages.
Explorer for ArcGIS is now available in all of the country app stores supported by the Mac App Store!
Download Explorer today from the Mac App Store!
As promised, here is another CityEngine release for this year. We are happy to announce CityEngine 2014.1, available for download from the customer care portal. This version introduces some new exciting functionality, many enhancements and is even more stable than the … Continue reading
Posted in 3D GIS, Analysis & Geoprocessing, ArcGIS Online, Defense, Electric & Gas, Local Government, Mapping, National Government, Petroleum, Public Safety, State Government, Telecommunications, Transportation, Water Utilities, Web
Tagged City Modeling, CityEngine, New Release
As mentioned in a prior blog post and presentation, there have been discussions about the development of a new, improved version of the 2007 Arc Marine Data Model (also known as the “Marine Data Model”). This was an action item … Continue reading
Posted in Analysis & Geoprocessing, Hydro, Oceans & Maritime
Tagged Arc Hydro, ArcGIS 10, data, data models, Geodatabase, geoinformation model, marine science and conservation, ocean, open source
Please join the Esri Community Maps team on September 25th at 11:00 a.m. – noon, for another free webinar filled with exciting news about the Community Maps Program! Deane Kensok, manager of ArcGIS Content, will present an overview of the … Continue reading
The Story Map Shortlist is one of the more popular Story Map application templates. It lets you organize points of interest into tabs that make it easy for users to explore an area. Examples include the San Diego Shortlist, Palm … Continue reading
In the first post of this series, I mentioned a good way to determine which way to visualize your data is to ask questions about the purpose of the map. In addition to “where things are,” which we already examined in that post, you may also want answer questions like:
- What chain does each restaurant belong to in my city?
- What is the most predominant crop of each county in the US?
- What level of crime risk does each census tract have?
Unique value renderer is good for answering your what questions.
(Contributed by Bonnie Stayer, Solution Engineer on Esri’s National Government Team) In previous blog posts, we’ve covered how to customize the banner and background of your ArcGIS Online organizational home page, but did you know you can also customize the … Continue reading
The ArcGIS Content Team has improved the Community Basemaps by incorporating both new and updated content to the ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World. Thanks to the user community, the World Topographic Map was refreshed with 4 new contributors and 7 updates for cities and counties throughout the … Continue reading
If you have a publicly accessible organization home, you can make it easy to discover via ArcGIS Online by registering it as an item. While anyone can share an organization’s home page, this is a good task for the organization … Continue reading
Did you know that Esri supports S-63 ENC cells? S-63 is an International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) standard that details how electronic navigational charts, or ENCs, are encrypted, secured, and compressed. The IHO granted Esri Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM) status in 2014 to support the decryption of S-63 ENC cells with Esri technology. This status allows users to display the rich, authoritative data stored within the ENC cells throughout the ArcGIS platform. Continue reading