ArcGIS Pro includes a wide variety of editing tools right out of the box. These interactive tools can be used to create, modify, or delete the features and related data on layers in 2D and 3D. You can use the … Continue reading
By Jim Herries and Tamara Yoder, ArcGIS Content Team
The Living Atlas Contributor App has recently been updated with enhancements! The app now supports vector tile layers and rule packages. On the Details page, two thumbnails are required for nomination (a standard size, 200 x 133 thumbnail, and a … Continue reading
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
Esri Solutions tools are available on GitHub in the Solutions Geoprocessing Toolbox repo at https://github.com/Esri/solutions-geoprocessing-toolbox. This repo contains a set of toolboxes of Python and model tools that you can use in your military, intelligence, and emergency management workflows. We’ve … Continue reading
The Build Elevation Mosaic Tools toolbox (version 10.2.2.1) (version 1.0.2) is now available for download for ArcGIS 10.2.2. It contains tools to help you manage your elevation data as mosaic datasets. Why build elevation mosaic datasets? Building mosaic dataset makes it simple … Continue reading
We’ve recently had a few questions concerning how to enter a single lat/long coordinate, and generate a result on the map. A handy tool that’s simple to use that does exactly that is Go To Location.
A list of Lat/long coordinates can be imported from a text file or .csv file, and we’ve covered that topic in a previous blog post. But if you have just a single coordinate from which you want to generate a result, the Go To Location tool is very useful. It’s also useful if you want to capture the lat/long location by pointing on your map. You’ll find Go To Location under the Tools menu.
Just copy and paste your coordinates into the tool and choose Go To to navigate to the location, or choose Create Result to generate a new result (which you can also modify through its properties).