Andy Skinner | November 25, 2020
Sometimes it seems we are obsessed with using red and green in our maps, but for some people this is a problem.
Shane Matthews | November 23, 2020
Esri's Community Maps Team has further enhanced our data prep tools, making it easier to prepare and share your organization's map layers.
Bern Szukalski | November 19, 2020
Wayback imagery is a digital archive of the World Imagery basemap, enabling access to more than 100 different versions of World Imagery.
Deane Kensok | November 19, 2020
Esri is pleased to announce the OpenStreetMap Daylight map in ArcGIS, now in beta release, which is built with the Daylight Map Distribution.
John Nelson | November 17, 2020
A time-trend map gets a boost from a non-map perspective. Here's how and why...
Robert Waterman | November 12, 2020
A powerful and intuitive way to compare imagery from the World Imagery Wayback archive.
John Nelson | November 5, 2020
Peeling back painterly tricks of color, texture, and atmospheric perspective, then building them back up in our own maps!
Multiple Authors | November 4, 2020
A new methodology, developed by Esri and partners, is helping to improve our coastal waters
Multiple Authors | November 3, 2020
Hello map friend! Say, if you are looking around for a GIS Day thing to jump in on, you are most definitely invited!
Chris Ochs | November 3, 2020
Rulings in courts across America have shaped the direction of the nation. Learn about judges who sit in today’s federal courtrooms.
Shane Matthews | November 2, 2020
The October 2020 update to the Community Maps Editor App included enhancements and new functionality.
Brandon Armstrong | October 26, 2020
Easily transfer data from one layer to another using Experience Builder and Survey123.
Multiple Authors | October 26, 2020
Explore different ways of symbolizing wildfire detections using Arcade and NASA's VIIRS layer available in Living Atlas.
Multiple Authors | October 23, 2020
In December 2020, the American Community Survey layers in ArcGIS Living Atlas will be updated with the newest 2015-2019 data from the Census.
Andy Skinner | October 22, 2020
Building basemaps that are accessible and/or color blind-safe – in particular, maps that comply with WCAG standards.
Lauren Scott Griffin | October 22, 2020
Understand how differential privacy might impact your key workflows using 2020 Census data.
Multiple Authors | October 20, 2020
Since the 1950s, it is estimated that 8.3 billion tons of plastics have been produced. Today only 9% of that plastic is recycled....
John Nelson | October 13, 2020
The design reasoning and process behind aggregating decades of California wildfires into discrete equal area units.
Shane Matthews | October 12, 2020
The Community Maps Editor is a web app that enables you to edit parts of the Esri Community Maps basemap.
Rich Nauman | October 9, 2020
The Almeda Drive fire burned thousands of homes in just a few hours. ArcGIS Living Atlas provides tools to understand extreme events like these.
Diana Lavery | October 8, 2020
CDC contributes new data layers for heart disease, stroke, and high blood pressure medication nonadherence to ArcGIS Living Atlas.
John Nelson | October 7, 2020
The spatial reasoning and process behind aggregating decades of California wildfires into discrete equal area units.
Lucy Guerra | September 30, 2020
Updated demographic data for Canada and Germany plus updates to businesses, places, and more in the U.S...
Multiple Authors | September 30, 2020
Raise awareness about regions experiencing droughts and the resulting water conflicts.
Bern Szukalski | September 29, 2020
The September 2020 release delivers many new capabilities and enhancements. Read on to learn more about the release and related products.