Tag: ArcGIS Data Reviewer
If you are an electric/gas user and missed signing up for a GIS data health check at the UC 2014, you’ll be glad to hear that Esri is offering this at the Electric and Gas GIS Conference in Memphis, TN, Oct 26-29. A GIS data health check session is where an Esri electric/gas industry expert will review and analyze a geographic subset of your data (features and attributes) by running a number of data validation checks using the ArcGIS Data Reviewer extension for data quality management. Any findings will be shared with you along with reports showing percent accuracy. The health checks will be conducted in the Esri exhibit area during the times when the showcase is open. To schedule an appointment, e-mail email@example.com with your name, organization, contact information, which dataset you are bringing (electric or gas), and a preferred date and time.
The data health checks are returning to this year’s User Conference. Bring a sample of your data in a file or personal geodatabase and an Esri industry expert will review the overall quality of your data. The health check is a quick and easy way to get an insight into whether or not your data meets your business rules. This year Esri is offering the health checks to users in the following industries: water/wastewater/stormwater, electric & gas, roads & highways, land records and addressing, and 3D. You can sign up for this 45-min review of your data by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, organization, phone, email, dataset you’re bringing and preferred date/time for the appointment.
Duplicate features in your GIS can cause problems during analysis. A typical scenario is when only one of the duplicate features is updated but the analysis runs on the other not-updated feature. This will result in incorrect analysis. Another scenario … Continue reading
ArcGIS 10.2.1 introduced a new geoprocessing tool, Find Disconnected Features in Geometric Network (Data Management Tools toolbox –> Geometric Network toolset), that you can use in conjunction with Data Reviewer’s Write to Reviewer Table geoprocessing tool to capture disconnected geometric … Continue reading
A common validation rule is to check if a point feature splits the line it is connected to. This is essential for proper network analysis. For example, Electric utility – switch must split primary conductor Water utility – valve must … Continue reading
Sometimes validating a business rule might require more than one check to be configured. One such example that I would like to highlight today is from the electric utility realm: validating primary and secondary lines relationships to the conductor info … Continue reading
QA/QC for Arc Hydro Terrain Preprocessing Vector Data: The Arc Hydro health check using Data Reviewer
The Arc Hydro team has developed a data health check process that uses the ArcGIS Data Reviewer extension to assess and diagnose the quality of water resources data. The ArcGIS Data Reviewer extension is a set of functions and processes … Continue reading
Just recently, I was asked why a check does not return the proper results. This is a question I get from time to time and thought it would be a good idea to share in a blog. Let’s take the … Continue reading
Esri is offering the free GIS data health checks at the upcoming Pacific User Group meeting in Redlands on November 21st. A GIS data health check is a 45-minute review and analysis of your data (features and attributes) by an … Continue reading
Esri is again offering a special software promotion to Community Maps Program contributors. The ArcGIS Data Reviewer for Desktop extension is being offered for the cost of maintenance to organizations who contribute content to the Program. With ArcGIS Data Reviewer for Desktop, contributors will be able to validate and review their data to make necessary correction, thereby ensuring they contribute the highest quality data possible to the program. This promotion was offered in 2012 with great success and has been requested to continue for new contributors. Continue reading