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The Art and Science of Imagery Change Detection

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Imagery is essential to understanding environmental change. Today, imagery is becoming even more valuable as new methodologies emerge to minimize change detection errors from sensor and seasonal variations that cloud our understanding of true change on the ground. A recent … Continue reading

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Dimension Explorer 1.1 Released

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Originally posted by Dave Johnson, Esri Applications Prototype Lab A new version of Dimension Explorer, an addin tool for ArcMap, has just been released by the Esri Applications Prototype Lab! Dimension Explorer makes it easier to work with time-aware and … Continue reading

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Introducing the Dimension Explorer

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Originally posted by Dave Johnson, Esri Applications Prototype Lab Dimension Explorer, an addin tool for ArcMap, has just been released by the Esri Applications Prototype Lab! Dimension Explorer 1.0 makes it easier to work with time-aware and multidimensional data in … Continue reading

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Strengthening the Link between GIS and Science with the SciPy Stack

The SciPy ecosystem.

From an Esri Insider blog post by Matt Artz and Kevin Butler Geography is the science of our world, and GIS is a foundational technology for helping us to better understand that science. To further strengthen the link between GIS … Continue reading

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Speaking the “Language” of Spatial Analysis via Story Maps

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Spatial analysis has always been a hallmark of GIS, the “numerical recipes” which set GIS apart from other forms of computerized visualization and information management. With GIS we pose questions and derive results using a wide array of analytical tools … Continue reading

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New Multidimensions in ArcMap

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As was shown at this year’s Esri User Conference, ArcMap now incorporates multidimensional data into GIS workflows to further the advancement of science (see Philip Mielke’s excellent plenary presentation). This is a very important concept that we at Esri would … Continue reading

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Esri’s New Partnership with GEOSS

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This post also appears in Esri Insider. Last update: January 26, 2014. Over the past week we heard quite a bit about the polar vortex (not a new term, by the way) as North America struggles with some of the … Continue reading

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What is CyberGIS?

A summary graphic of ArcGIS Online, presented by Esri's Steve Kopp at CyberGIS AHM '13, highlighting the full breadth of "cyberGIS" capabilities to date, including various web service types, computing platforms served, API languages used, and the connection of ArcGIS Online to the high-performance, supercomputing environment of the CyberGIS Gateway.

This post also appears in Esri Insider. In an earlier Esri Insider post, I had mentioned Esri’s involvement in the large National Science Foundation-funded project known as CyberGIS, which aims to establish a fundamentally new software framework via a seamless … Continue reading

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