Charlie Frye | August 8, 2022
We are pleased to announce the availability of Named Landforms of the World, version 2.
John Nelson | August 5, 2022
Here's how to take your map right to the edge...and then over!
Diana Lavery | August 1, 2022
Characteristics about individual schools as well as school districts have been contributed by National Center for Education Statistics (NCES).
Lucy Guerra | July 27, 2022
Crimes Indexes are updated and available, for the first time, on 2020 Census geography.
Bern Szukalski | July 20, 2022
ArcGIS Living Atlas 3D OSM layers can be used to enhance your detailed scenes using spatial filters. Here's how to use them.
Bern Szukalski | July 19, 2022
Questions and answers from the 2022 Esri User Conference Living Atlas showcase.
John Nelson | July 14, 2022
Having a light or dark version of a basemap is incredibly useful. Here's how to flip any basemap into a light or dark version.
Multiple Authors | July 13, 2022
Modeling the state of future agriculture.
Shane Matthews | July 12, 2022
Learn how to create a useful campus basemap with little to no GIS data!
Charlie Frye | July 8, 2022
Introducing fast-drawing cartographic population-footprint layers derived from WorldPop's 2020 100-m population density slice.
Lisa Berry | July 6, 2022
Map multiple factors within a single map using an index, and use the index to learn which areas in your community require the most need.
Andrew Green | July 6, 2022
Introducing… a handful of new vector basemap styles. This collection includes new approaches to our styles, and updates to a flagship style.
Rajinder Nagi | June 30, 2022
In June 2022, world elevation layers have been updated with lidar derived high-resolution Digital Terrain Models of USA and Finland.
Choni Brinkley | June 30, 2022
Starting June 22, users will be able to access a range of new and updated Esri demographic data for the US.
Andy Skinner | June 30, 2022
The new ‘Enhanced Contrast’ basemaps are a starting point for building an accessible map.
Lisa Berry | June 29, 2022
Utilize the power of Arcade alongside the wealth of hosted layers in ArcGIS Living Atlas to bring your pop-ups to life.
Julia Holtzclaw | June 29, 2022
Implement a geographic approach in your pop-ups using Arcade for lightweight spatial analysis to learn more about your community.
Jim Herries | June 28, 2022
You can show individual thematic maps to your audience and expect them to assemble the information in their mind. You can also make an index map.
Fizza Chaudhry | June 23, 2022
The biggest data update is here! Read about the different types of data and how you can make the most out of it in your organization.
Deane Kensok | June 22, 2022
Esri is pleased to introduce new OpenStreetMap 3D scene layers featuring global buildings and trees built using the OSM Daylight distribution.
Savannah Roth | June 22, 2022
With delays in the release of most 2020 census data, Esri’s June 2022 library of proprietary demographic data fills a void.
Lucy Guerra | June 21, 2022
Esri is pleased to announce details of the 2022 release of Esri U.S. Demographics! This is the first release on new geography from 2020 Census..
Savannah Roth | June 15, 2022
Several legacy Boundary Layers are retiring... learn how to access the latest from Esri.
Savannah Roth | June 7, 2022
Esri will be retiring a legacy Ocean basemap in December 2022. Once the basemap is retired, it will no longer be available to use.
Kyle R. Cassal | June 2, 2022
Esri has realigned data in over 500 block groups to account for irregularities in the Census 2020 redistricting data