Hannah Deindorfer

Hannah Deindorfer
Documentation Product Engineer @ Esri, Redlands. B.A. in Geography, specialization in English and GIS from Michigan State University. Outside of work activities include CrossFit, yoga, hiking, cooking, and eating.

Recent Posts

ArcGIS Pro Tips: Why Undo is Underrated

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My favorite keyboard shortcut is definitely Ctrl+Z. Undo. It can be comforting to know that a couple taps on a keyboard can quickly undo any typos or unwanted actions. Trial and error is an essential part of the scientific process, and … Continue reading

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ArcGIS Pro Tips: Get Your Maps in Sync

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When you work with a web map in ArcGIS Pro, you probably want to be sure that you’re using the latest and greatest version. Keeping your map up to date is especially important if it’s shared with others, or if … Continue reading

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ArcGIS Pro Tips: Scale-Based Symbol Sizing

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Remember when every map had only one scale? 1:1,000,000, 1:500,000, 1:24,000 – these are some common scales that most cartographers know how to design maps for. However, what happens when your map will be viewed at all the ranges in between … Continue reading

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ArcGIS Pro Tips: Thinking About Linking – 2D and 3D Views

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One great advantage of using ArcGIS Pro is the 3D GIS capabilities built into the app. You can visualize your data and see patterns that you might not notice in 2D. Two dimensional maps are what you think of as … Continue reading

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ArcGIS Pro Tips: Shortcut Savvy Navigation

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I’ve experienced moments like this on more than one occasion. Maybe you’ve been there too: “Ok, I’m almost done tracing this building, but the top left corner is just outside of the view. Great, now I need to adjust my view … Continue reading

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Hands-on experience with the Image Classification Wizard (ArcGIS Pro 1.3)

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This blog post will give you a brief hands-on experience with the Image Classification Wizard in ArcGIS Pro 1.3.  Image classification is the task of extracting information classes from a raster image. The results of an image classification can be … Continue reading

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You Asked, We Answered: The Top 10 UC Questions for ArcGIS Pro

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A whole month has passed since the 2016 User Conference. I had the pleasure of meeting so many users, having really great conversations, and answering your questions about ArcGIS Pro. Every user that I met is doing something amazing with … Continue reading

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Pro 1.1: Why Do I Need to Click “Download?”

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On Friday, July 17th, many ArcGIS Pro users saw a small window pop up on their computer screen. It announced to them, and to the world that a new version of Pro is available to download. I often find myself … Continue reading

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