Monthly Archives: April 2012
Our lives are filled with things we often overlook. Case in point, what are the little blue reflectors on the road that you see on the way home from work every day? I’ve tried to establish a pattern. Are they marking the center of the lane? Sometimes they’re right on the road center line, sometimes they’re right in the middle of your wheel path, thump thump, and sometimes they’re barely on the road at all. If you look, you’ll see them all the time; you just have no earthly clue as to what they actually do. Continue reading
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Recently a user wanted to be able to standardize the ArcGIS Explorer for Desktop application for GIS clients in his organization. He found that once ArcGIS Explorer was configured locally on his machine, he was able to share the default … Continue reading
CityEngine is a powerful product that can build amazing cityscapes. Digging into this software can be a little tricky at first; however, the more you use it, the easier the functionality becomes. Esri CityEngine on the ArcGIS Resource Center is a great place to start, as you … Continue reading
As much as we would all like to avoid calling support for help with software issues, there are times that it is unavoidable. When you find yourself preparing to contact support, there are a few things that you can do … Continue reading
There are many different kinds of rasters that can be used in ArcMap. To better describe and explain these different kinds of rasters, Esri has created help documentation on technical specifications and supported raster formats. Included in the documentation is … Continue reading
Have you ever wanted a place where you could collaborate on a good idea with members of the GIS community? Or have you ever wanted to take an idea further by developing a new solution with others who share your … Continue reading
Ever wonder how long your Desktop application takes to render mapped features on a layer to layer basis? Or have you ever needed to know the time it takes to edit mapped features from a particular edit version?