Andy Skinner | June 10, 2021
Improving the legibility of labels using haloes without breaking your map
Jim Herries | June 7, 2021
This blog digs into a simple approach to mapping numeric data along with their related error in a way that calls out significant error rates.
Andrew Green | June 7, 2021
OpenStreetMap vector basemaps updated with OSM Daylight distribution data.
Bern Szukalski | June 4, 2021
Wayback imagery is a digital archive of the World Imagery basemap, enabling access to more than 120 different versions of World Imagery.
Robert Waterman | June 4, 2021
Upgrading existing Landsat Level-1 services and adding a new Level-2 service.
Robert Jensen | June 2, 2021
A series of legacy map services from Esri are being retired on June 9th, 2021.
Deane Kensok | June 2, 2021
Esri will soon update the OpenStreetMap Vector Basemap to use the new Daylight map distribution.
Multiple Authors | June 1, 2021
UnemploymentPulse visualizes state and county unemployment rates as compact trend lines. Updated monthly.
Michael Dangermond | May 24, 2021
Learn how to use the USDA Soil Capability layers in the Living Atlas to analyze suitability for agricultural activities in the United States.
Steven Aviles | May 20, 2021
Create labels in Map Viewer using margins of error for American Community Survey data.
Andy Skinner | May 19, 2021
Developing a single-color accessible basemap that meets WCAG/Section 508 guidelines
Lauren Scott Griffin | May 14, 2021
Understand how differential privacy might impact 2020 Census data and your key workflows.
Lisa Berry | May 13, 2021
GIS is a critical part of ensuring the population has equal opportunity to internet access. Find layers and maps to help pinpoint areas of need.
Bern Szukalski | May 13, 2021
This Esri Press eBook presents a stepwise framework for rapidly configuring and implementing ArcGIS Online using best practices.
Dan Pisut | May 12, 2021
New map layers from the U.S. Forest Service provide insight into 15 different components for assessing community risk to wildfires.
Lisa Berry | May 12, 2021
When mapping Census ACS data, pop-ups are a powerful way to include the margin of error. This blog covers various methods to use in your pop-ups.
Bern Szukalski | May 11, 2021
The Colonial pipeline is in the news, here's how to create a pipeline map in a minute (maybe less) using ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Living Atlas.
Dan Pisut | May 11, 2021
Twenty seven years of land cover data are used to examine the scale of land conversion across Indonesia.
Shane Matthews | May 11, 2021
San Luis Obispo County, CA has just published their latest imagery to ArcGIS Online, enabling the entire region to create better maps and apps!
Lisa Berry | May 6, 2021
Add valuable information into your dashboards using the new Arcade Data Expressions within ArcGIS Dashboards + ArcGIS Living Atlas content.
Shane Matthews | May 6, 2021
Your input makes a difference! Join the community by providing feedback, creating large scale features, or sharing data layers and services.
Multiple Authors | May 6, 2021
Create your own vessel traffic products in ArcGIS Pro
Multiple Authors | May 3, 2021
Use the margins of error in an Arcade expression to highlight significant differences between two American Community Survey (ACS) estimates.
Multiple Authors | April 29, 2021
Explore precipitation datasets in ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World
Diana Lavery | April 28, 2021
A feature layer and an atlas of maps of GDP are some of the newest Living Atlas items available to you.