1. Pre-conference Seminars For many, the UC starts on Saturday. There are several of these hands-on workshops to choose from that are of interest to developers. Some are one-day, Saturday or Sunday, and some of them are for both days. … Continue reading
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.
Invitation to participate in an Esri software Usability Validation Study at the 2017 User Conference
The Esri Development Team invites you to participate in a moderated and recorded Usability Validation Study of ArcGIS Pro Charts. Who we’re looking for…
- Existing ArcGIS Desktop users from any user community with experience in spatial analysis.
- Existing ArcGIS Desktop users from any user community with experience in data visualization, including creating charts.
. . . We are pleased to announce a new update to Survey123 for ArcGIS . The Survey123 field app build number is now 2.1.6. You can download it from the iTunes, Google Play and Amazon stores. Survey123 Connect for ArcGIS is now at version 2.1.9 and is … 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
Every year we get users who are looking for opportunities to show off some of the work they’ve done over the past year. Nothing ends up being a better way to do so than with Lightning Talks at UC! Lightning … Continue reading
At the 2017 Esri User Conference, Ken Field will dazzle you with an array of beautiful techniques and examples of Relief Representation. I’ll be there, too, as the peanut gallery, tossing in strange, maybe useful, sometimes ridiculous, examples of Digital … Continue reading
Have you ever developed elevation-storage relationships for water reservoirs? Did you find it to be a manual and tedious process? Historically, this is not an unusual experience, especially if you needed to assess those relationships over multiple sites while maintaining … Continue reading
Update: Here is an ArcGIS Pro project package that get get you going on creating a firefly basemap, like the one used here. This is a map showing where, in the past four years, nighttime lights have appeared, or been … Continue reading
Impervious surface maps are used for important storm water management operations such as helping to identify Best Management Practices for removing pollution from storm water runoff, determining storm water utility fees on a parcel basis, or flood control and emergency … Continue reading