Tag: Story Maps

The Living Atlas Web App has been updated!


The Living Atlas of the World Web App has been updated with enhancements! In addition to the theme filter, you now have the ability to filter by item type and region, too. You’ll also notice new categories and subcategories under the … 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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Add a presentation to your Story Map Journal


A presentation allows you to tell a sequential story with information in a map, and is composed by saving interactive map slides. Each slide can use different views of the map, including different basemaps, operational layers, map locations, visible pop-ups, … Continue reading

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Twelve Days of Story Map Tips

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You’ll be pleased to know the Twelve Places of Christmas story map is not the only gift the Story Maps team got you this season. Below are 12 tips for making better story maps to help you ring in the new … Continue reading

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Announcing the Story Maps Developers’ Corner

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Esri’s Story Maps Team has a new resource for developers. It’s published on the blogging site Medium, and we call it the Story Maps Developers’ Corner. Whether you can write JavaScript classes in your sleep or are only comfortable editing … Continue reading

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What’s New in Story Maps (November 2015)


Story Maps enable you to harness the power of maps and geography to tell your story. They combine web maps with narrative text, images, and multimedia using an interactive builder; choose from a variety of configurable apps. Story Maps were recently updated, … Continue reading

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Updates to the Campus Basemap Tour Shortlist


The Campus Basemap Tour Shortlist has been updated! Ten universities, one college, one K-12 school, and two new international campuses have been added to the story map. In addition, an Other category has been added to showcase campuses such as … Continue reading

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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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What’s New on the Story Maps Website (October 2015)


The Esri Story Maps website has been updated to make it faster and easier for you to start making story maps! Creating stories is now easier There’s a new Create Story wizard that lets you pick one of the hosted … Continue reading

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5 New Ways to View Transit


Who are the people served by your city’s transit system? And who isn’t, but should be? How does transit change throughout the day? And what is the best way to analyze service areas? As urban areas are investing more time, … Continue reading

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