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Many of the benefits that your GIS provides for decision-making is due to its ability to leverage non-spatial information in a geographic context. This non-spatial information, stored as a series of attributes, provide rich and descriptive characteristics to your features. … Continue reading
We just released an update to ArcGIS 10.1 Data Reviewer (Server and Desktop) that contains maintenance fixes and performance improvements. In addition, the update also includes a number of enhancements requested by you in the past. Some of the highlights … Continue reading
Harnessing data quality feedback on a daily basis is a great way to keep your GIS data up-to-date and relevant. Of even greater value is the ability to extend your data quality workflows to include participation from the public, who … Continue reading
The pre-configured automated checks delivered in Data Reviewer for Tax Parcel Editing, available in ArcGIS for Local Government, can be used to perform quality control on your tax parcel data. Highlighted below are three of the key checks included in … Continue reading
Data Reviewer for Addresses, part of ArcGIS for Local Government, includes a set of pre-configured checks for validating site addresses and road centerline data. Highlighted below are three of the key checks delivered that will help ensure the integrity of … Continue reading
With ArcGIS Data Reviewer, you can configure and save custom checks in your Reviewer batch job and run your entire automated data validation in one easy step. A custom check allows you to create validation rules that are specific to your organization’s quality control requirements that cannot be configured using the 42 checks delivered with the product.
We have updated the Create Custom Check developer sample for ArcGIS 10.1. It includes two Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Solution files for VB .Net and CSharp.
You must have ArcGIS 10.1 for Desktop Basic, Standard, or Advanced and ArcGIS Data Reviewer 10.1 installed in order to run the samples provided. For those of you on ArcGIS 10, you can access that version here.
It’s all about the data! Whether it’s for outage management, workforce mobilization, regulatory compliance, or smart grid implementation, your data must be ready. ArcGIS Data Reviewer for Desktop helps ensure data readiness by allowing you to automate the quality control … Continue reading
Do you have a custom quality control tool developed for a very specific business rule that cannot be configured using one of the 42 automated checks provided in ArcGIS Data Reviewer? If you answered yes, then the Write Results to Reviewer Table (ArcGIS 10.1) developer sample will help you centralize how these results are stored!
The updated sample script for 10.1 enables you to take the results from your custom tool and store them in the Reviewer workspace. That way you can manage all of your results, whether from automated validation, manual data review, or your custom tool, in one central location.
You must have ArcGIS 10.1 for Desktop Basic, Standard or Advanced and ArcGIS Data Reviewer 10.1 installed in order to run the sample.
The fall 2012 release of ArcGIS for Local Government delivers two new ArcGIS Data Reviewer batch jobs that contain checks for performing quality control on your address and tax parcel data. Data Reviewer for Addresses validates site addresses and road … Continue reading
Two new white papers were recently released highlighting best practices that database administrators can reference when establishing the ArcGIS 10.1 Data Reviewer workspace in an enterprise geodatabase for SQL Server and Oracle. The white papers are available at: