Category: ArcGIS Online
Last week we updated our World Imagery map with more than 30 terabytes of high-resolution imagery from DigitalGlobe. This is our fifth release of significant global coverage this year, following updates in March, May, and two in June (global and … Continue reading
Students at the University of Texas at Austin have found a reengineered GIS in Water Resources class this fall. The GIS class, which was first offered by Dr. David Maidment in 1996, has changed the way that the information is … Continue reading
Want to see your Community Maps contribution published faster? Use the Local Government Information Model.
One of the most common questions potential Community Maps contributors ask is “How long will it take to see my map layers in the World Topographic Map after I submit them”? While there are many factors that can influence the … Continue reading
The Ocean Basemap team has always been focused on delivering a high quality cartographic product that fits the needs of our users. We have been thrilled with the many compliments we have received. However, we are still working to make the Ocean Basemap the best product we can. After listening to suggestions from our users, the Ocean Basemap team decided to change the format of the basemap. Continue reading
There have been a number of questions coming in about the next update for Collector and we are happy to announce that we are putting the finishing touches on an update now and it should be in your hands later this month!
Here is a preview of what is coming… Continue reading
Do you work with Feature Services? Do you want to use geoprocessing tools or Python to perform analysis with ArcGIS for Desktop? Here’s a few quick tips for using a hosted feature service from arcgis.com or your own ArcGIS for Server … Continue reading
The Map Tour is one of the more popular Esri story map templates. It’s been used for stories like The Weird and Wonderful Inland Empire, the Longmont Colorado Flood, Exploring Estuaries in Cornwall, England, and others. A map tour consists … Continue reading
The transparency tool available for layers in the ArcGIS.com Viewer is typically used to adjust multiple layer transparencies so that they all remain visible, but obscure one another just a bit. The recent blog on the Whereabouts of Wolverines provides … Continue reading
Has the shutdown of the U.S. Government halted your access to the GIS data you rely on? Is that lack of access affecting your work? Good news, it does not have to. ArcGIS Online has been serving much of that … Continue reading