Category: Oceans & Maritime
At this year’s UC, the R-ArcGIS bridge continued to revolutionize the way we think about our workflows by showcasing its ability to incorporate novel analytical methods and to streamline the process of integrating R functionality into ArcGIS. The power of … Continue reading
Introducing ArcGIS Marketplace The ArcGIS Marketplace is a destination that enables ArcGIS users around the world to easily search, discover, and use apps and content from Esri and qualified Providers. Items listed in the marketplace can be made available to … Continue reading
As a GIS lover, I’m a geek for data. Here’s the 2017 Esri User Conference by the numbers: 5 days, 300+ exhibitors, 450+ hours of hands-on training, 1000+ sessions, 17,000+ attendees, and several thousand opportunities interact with each other and … Continue reading
Imagine if, in a few clicks, you could answer multiple-factor spatial questions like Where are the areas on low angled slopes, in shrubby vegetation and are far from roads? What if you could do that and emphasize the importance of one … Continue reading
Our next update to GeoPlanner for ArcGIS will occur in conjunction with ArcGIS Online at the end of June 2017. This is going to be a great update with lots of goodies to help you plan, design and test scenarios. … Continue reading
You’ll have many opportunities at the 2017 Esri User Conference to learn about GeoPlanner for ArcGIS and how it can help you plan, design and test scenarios.
Do you use paper forms in your workplace? Survey123 for ArcGIS is a simple and intuitive form-centric data gathering solution for creating, sharing, and analyzing surveys in 3 easy steps.
The Esri User Conference (Esri UC), July 10-14, 2017 in San Diego, California is the biggest GIS event globally. It attracts 16,000+ GIS users, managers and developers and includes 1000+ moderated sessions, 450+ hours of training, and 300+ innovative software … Continue reading
Please do not read this blog post about how to create woodcut bathymetric maps. Here’s a close-up… You’re still reading?! Ok, I tried. So, this is an intricately machined woodcut map of oceanic bathymetry. Each 1,000 meter depth layer is … Continue reading