Monthly Archives: March 2013

Esri DevSummit Photo Journal: Day Two

The Esri DevSummit fires up day two in Palm Springs. You can follow along on Twitter with the  #DevSummit tags or check out our Flickr photos throughout the week. Here’s a brief recap of the action from day two (March 26):

The man, the myth, the UX legend

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Esri Partner Conference and DevSummit Photo Journal: Day Two

The Esri Partner Conference is cruising into day two as the Esri DevSummit kicks off its first day in Palm Springs. You can follow along on Twitter with the #EsriEPC and #DevSummit tags or check out our Flickr photos throughout the week. Here’s a brief recap of the action from day two (March 25):

The ArcGIS 10.2 buzz has everyone all smiles as we head into day two.

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Esri Partner Conference Photo Journal: Day One

The Esri Partner Conference is off to a rocking start in Palm Springs. You can follow along on Twitter with the #EsriEPC tag or check out our Flickr photos throughout the week. Here’s a brief recap of the action from day one (March 24):

Esri president Jack Dangermond creates a moment of WOW as he presents the ArcGIS platform for the future.

Jack Dangermond, Esri

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Causality in Time and Space: Agent-Based Modeling for GIS Users

Kevin Johnston has been part of Esri’s software development team for more than 20 years, focusing on the ArcGIS Spatial Analyst extension and various aspects of dynamic and statistical modeling.  In addition to working at Esri, Kevin does volunteer conservation work on a variety of conservation projects, including elephant-movement models for Amboseli National Park in Kenya, snow leopard corridor models in Nepal, and agent-based models of cougar movement in Arizona.  With the release of a new book he edited called Agent Analyst: Agent-Based Modeling in ArcGIS, I asked Kevin to share some basic information on agent-based modeling and how the GIS community might leverage it in their projects. Continue reading

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