If you’re going to read Reddit at work, check out this AMA from NOAA scientists talking about coral reef mapping, fish hot spots, and a lot of other cool stuff. http://www.reddit.com/r/science/comments/30x2zq/science_ama_series_we_are_ocean_scientists_on_an/
Esri’s World Population Estimate, a new probability surface that estimates the location and count of people throughout the world, is now available in ArcGIS Online. Esri has been producing a global population estimate in ArcGIS Online for several years. This … Continue reading
If you’re planning to attend the Esri Southeast User Conference in Nashville this year (May 4-6th) we may have a good reason to stick around immediately after the main conference. We recently added a free post-conference hands-on workshop for those interested in learning the Data Prep Tools for contributing data to the Community Maps Program for basemaps. Continue reading
Incorporating maps into your BI dashboard can greatly enhance the effectiveness and usability of the dashboard for consumers. But without proper up-front planning, you’re likely to create a map-enabled dashboard that’s confusing, misleading, or difficult for consumers to read and … Continue reading
Hey check out these code samples from the imagery team that were presented at the 2015 Developers Summit! You can do stuff like: Model avalanche risk Model flood zones Display flow data using vectors based on magnitude and direction, or … Continue reading
The March 2015 Living Atlas Community Webinar recording is now available! We apologize for the technical difficulties that were experience by some when attempting to join the webinar, and we invite you to watch the recorded version of the webinar: http://esriurl.com/LivingAtlasWebinarMarch2015.
The lessons in this project could be applied to any professional business struggling to deliver products and services in the most economical means possible. Continue reading
Over the past few months, Esri has released a new companion app for Business Analyst Online (BAO) that is available on iPhones and iPads as well as Android phones. The new BAO Mobile app contains updated reports and content and lets users connect to their ArcGIS Online content while searching and discovering interesting facts about sites.
When we talk about scientific data, the term is kind of a catch-all that really refers to three data formats commonly used in the scientific community: NetCDF, HDF, and GRIB. If a normal raster is a grid where each block … Continue reading