Monthly Archives: February 2013
The Team Water/Wastewater Meeting in Louisville was a great success!
Our host, Louisville Water Company, went above and beyond. The historical tour of their facilities on Friday afternoon was amazing.
I would like to thank Louisville Water as well as our presenters: Frankfort Plant Board, City of Jeffersonville, Greater Cincinnati Water Works, City of Columbus and Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District as well as Esri staff. Presentations will be posted to the team water web page. Continue reading
In a previous blog post, I explained how to create an interactive photo map with ArcGIS Online. Web maps are useful for sharing and editing, but in some cases, you may not want everyone to have the full capabilities of … Continue reading
Today’s technology has made it easier than ever to effectively share global information with the world. This information can be shared in a variety of ways, including web browsers, mobile devices, and desktop viewers. The Community Maps Team and ArcGIS Online encourage the creation and sharing of content. While sharing content is important, how we share this content may be even more important. Content and information is seldom useful if it is not well crafted and presented clearly. Below are some tips on how one can add value to shared content, ensuring that web maps and apps are engaging and contain the appropriate supporting information.
Esri has compiled and uploaded a Scanned Map Template to ArcGIS.com. The Scanned Maps Template is designed to teach you how to add military scanned map data in CADRG/ECRG format to mosaic datasets.
Esri Production Mapping’s Feature Manager shares similar characteristics with the ArcGIS for Desktop Create Features and Attributes windows. However, there is additional functionality that Feature Manager brings to the table that helps you implement more efficient editing workflows. Below, I’ll … Continue reading
We just released an update to ArcGIS 10.1 Data Reviewer (Server and Desktop) that contains maintenance fixes and performance improvements. In addition, the update also includes a number of enhancements requested by you in the past. Some of the highlights … Continue reading
The Query Analysis Add-In is available for download. At 10.1, the Query Analysis Add-In expands support for rasters to include building complex queries over multiple single-band rasters. The Query Analysis Add-In is designed to rapidly create a query that consists … Continue reading
ArcGIS for Maritime: Charting supports and maintains a large percentage of checks listed in the International Hydrographic Organization (IHO) publication S-58 Recommended ENC Validation Checks, edition 4.2. Continue reading