We are pleased to announce that the 2015 Esri Ocean GIS Forum, November 4-6 at the Esri Conference Center in Redlands, CA, USA, is now taking early registrations, as well as contributions to all sessions. Please note the following deadlines: … Continue reading
Originally posted by Dave Johnson, Esri Applications Prototype Lab A new version of Dimension Explorer, an addin tool for ArcMap, has just been released by the Esri Applications Prototype Lab! Dimension Explorer makes it easier to work with time-aware and … Continue reading
A hands-on website and a print book for seasoned GIS practitioners and newcomers to GIS Consumer mapping has opened the eyes of the world, and especially decision makers, to the value of maps and geography and consequently increased the demand … Continue reading
This has been a very busy month for the ArcGIS Imagery and Remote Sensing team at Esri. If you’ve been a fan of Esri imagery technology for a while, you’ll realize we’ve modified the name. Yes, we have renamed our team … Continue reading
More speed? More power? You got it. Here’s one easy how-to with Esri Maps for Office that will dramatically increase your ninja factor. In our previous post, we showed you how Esri Maps for Office can quickly access a treasure … Continue reading
Speed. Power. Effectiveness. Master the art of using Esri Maps for Office to attain all three by enriching your spreadsheets with data. Last week we shared how you can supercharge your PowerPoint presentations in under 2 minutes using Esri Maps … Continue reading
Esri’s hosted content on ArcGIS Online now includes five new layers to use in your water resources maps and analyses. USA National Hydrography Dataset – High Resolution (USGS) USA Watershed Boundary Dataset (USGS) USA Polluted Waters (EPA) USA Polluted Waters … Continue reading
Using Esri Maps for Office, you can make interactive, dynamic maps that add geographic content to your PowerPoint presentations.
Many of you may have heard of Esri Maps for Office. It lets you do really cool things with data without needing to fire up GIS software like ArcGIS for Desktop or ArcGIS Online. In fact, all that you need to start making gorgeous and insightful maps is something you probably already have installed on your computer – Microsoft Excel. If you use PowerPoint, even better!
There’s a lot already documented on how you can turn boring tabular data in Excel into visually compelling heat maps, cluster maps, hot spot analyses, and more. But what not many people know is that you can also add extra firepower to your PowerPoint presentations using Esri Maps for Office.
Esri World Elevation Layers are enhanced with more detailed void-free 1 arc second (~ 30 meters) SRTM data for Asia and Australia. The Australian DEM (DEM-S), which is a cleaned and smoothed version of SRTM 1 arc sec, is courtesy … Continue reading