While engaging in the miracle of human flight I like to look down at the wrinkled surface of our earth. And if the sun angle is just right, given the direction I’m facing, a radial sun glint chases me, shimmering … Continue reading
This post comes courtesy of cartographer Jonah Adkins, from Newport News, Virginia. Jonah is a GIS alchemist, routinely crafting beautiful and insightful work, and sharing his process. … Vector tiles in Azimuthal Equal Area?? NO WAY! Way I’ve been learning … Continue reading
The ArcGIS Pro User Experience Team invites you to participate in a moderated Usability evaluation targeting one of four (4) specific areas: ArcGIS Pro Data Management (Fields, Domains, Subtypes, and Versioning), Licenses & License Management, ArcGIS Pro SDK, and developing for Accessibility. Continue reading
Explorer for ArcGIS has a new release for iOS that brings back an old friend, makes it easier to find shared maps, and squashes bugs.
The ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World has a new set of maps that make US Census data really shine (pun intended). Using the new Firefly Cartography style, these maps highlight distinct patterns about how the population and households are … Continue reading
So I was making a series of maps to use in a bonkers new Story Map to continue my (apparently) annual contribution to the Geopolitical Curiosities serial (pt 1 | pt 2) and, as often happens to me, I fell down a … Continue reading
Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS is a configurable web app that provides location-aware data visualization and analytics for a real-time operational view of people, services, assets, and events.
Grid lines are handy for lots of reasons. They provide a local indication of direction, which is usually more accurate than a single north arrow, they provide a convenient means of visual tracking along shared ordinates, and they can help … Continue reading
In the last several years, Esri has put significant development into helping users consume, create, explore, analyze, and share 3D GIS data. Users can automagically grow 3D data from 2D using procedural rules. Users can sketch their own 3D shapes. … Continue reading