Coogan Farm: Going back in time using NAIP and Story Maps


The historic Coogan Farm is an undeveloped 34-acre parcel located near Stonington, Connecticut. In 2013 The Trust for Public Land (TPL) partnered with the Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center (DPNC) to purchase the farm, ensuring it will be protected. The landscape is changing all … Continue reading

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ArcGIS Online Credit Budgeting and Allocation Tools


Recently, I gave an overview of ArcGIS Online credits and wrote briefly about some best practices and tools that can help administrators manage credit consumption in their organizational accounts. In this post, I am going to devote a little bit … Continue reading

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An alternative “View Larger Map”


ArcGIS Online web maps are easy to embed in websites and blogs. To embed your map follow these steps. Step 1. Click Share Step 2. Share the map publicly Step 3. Choose Embed In Website (Note that you can embed … Continue reading

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Automate Gas Gathering System Facility Reporting


Growth in unconvential gas supplies is spurring a boom in gas gathering pipeline construction.  ArcGIS for Gas Utilities now includes Facility Reports for Gas Gathering Systems to help with regulatory and management reporting. This new solution enables pipeline operators with … Continue reading

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Be somebody (and show your best profile)


Your ArcGIS Online user profile is how the rest of the world learns about you. It’s also a yardstick for measuring the value and veracity of your shared items and groups. Whether you’re making maps and apps for others in … Continue reading

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Put Your Best Thumbnail Forward


First impressions are important—whether it’s during a job interview, a first meeting with a prospective client, or when you visit a company website. While you shouldn’t necessarily judge a book by its cover, we’re visually oriented and what we see … Continue reading

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Using My Favorites to streamline Story Map authoring


My Favorites is an easy way to organize maps, layers, and more when you want these items to be easy to find and access. Favorites are particularly useful when you are working on a specific project, including authoring a Story … Continue reading

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Organize your online life using My Favorites


There are a variety of ways that you can organize content you frequently use, or maps and layers that you are currently using for a project and want to keep easily accessible. Groups are one way to organize items. But … Continue reading

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Choosing the right Story Map


When you set out to create a Story Map a key decision will be – what Story Map app should I use? Most often the choice is obvious, but sometimes not. There are a number of ways to figure out … Continue reading

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6 Glad Tidings for a New Year from ArcGIS Runtime SDK for Qt

As a developer during this joyous and reflective time of the season, you’re probably looking to up your game in the upcoming year. If you’re like me, you’re probably looking to be even more productive for your organization, bringing more innovation and efficiency, while at the same time sharpening and growing your programming skills. Continue reading

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