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The Esri S-57 viewer is now available for all ArcGIS 10.2 users! The S-57 viewer is a free Esri add-on for the ArcGIS for Desktop product. S-57 IHO Transfer Standard for Digital Hydrographic Data is the encoding standard that is … Continue reading
This web seminar “Gain Geographic Insight with ArcGIS Online Analysis Tools” introduces the new spatial analysis capabilities included with ArcGIS Online. These ready-to-use spatial analysis tools are hosted in the cloud by Esri, and are designed to provide an intuitive, user-friendly experience. You will learn about the available tools and a recommended approach to performing spatial analysis online. The presenter demonstrates methods to gain insight by analyzing and quantifying patterns and relationships in your data.
Suppose you find an image of the world that is just that: an image with no spatial information attached to it. You can tell that someone used GIS to produce it, but when they published it, they converted it to … Continue reading
Last week’s blog incited quite a bit of internal discussion on the raster team here at ESRI regarding the best practices when calculating stats, so I wanted to share some of those insights with you. You don’t always have to … Continue reading
We have a special treat coming up here next week for all of you interested in GeoDev Meetups (formerly Esri Dev Meetups) followers.
For those of you in the Fort Collins, CO area, we will be hosting a GeoDev Meetup at the Rio on Wednesday, October 23rd. It’s definitely one you do not want to miss! If you’re coming, head on over to RSVP for it!
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
What happens when you use the skip factor to calculate statistics? The skip factor is used to speed up the time it takes to calculate statistics for a given raster dataset. This can be really helpful when you have a … 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
When using ArcPad to edit features in the field, there are many things we can do to ensure that the data is clean and accurate. Intuitive form design, using Quick Fields and GPS averaging can all be used to help … 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