Arielle Stirling
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I am a Product Engineer working on documentation for Map Viewer in ArcGIS Online. I create resources that help the Esri community understand and apply the latest and greatest tools in Map Viewer. Outside of work, I enjoy running and knitting (though not at the same time).

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Thematic Mapping 101: How to ask and answer questions in a map

Learn how to use different kinds of thematic maps in ArcGIS Online to explore your data, ask and answer questions, and tell your data's story.

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No location? No problem! Join layers in ArcGIS for Power BI

Spatially enable your Power BI datasets to showcase your insights in a beautiful and interactive map-enabled report.

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What’s new in ArcGIS for Power BI (August 2021)

The August 2021 release of ArcGIS for Power BI introduces a redesigned map visualization, exciting new features, and performance enhancements.

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Perfect your pop-ups in ArcGIS for Office

Learn how to configure detailed and informative pop-ups in ArcGIS for Office.

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Change the basemap for a change of scene

Change the background of your ArcGIS for Power BI map to make locations and their colors stand out, helping you visualize patterns in your data.

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A great map begins with better accuracy

Geocode your location data and start seeing patterns and trends for better decision-making

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ArcGIS for Power BI: All the tools you need to create awesome maps

ArcGIS for Power BI introduces a new way to access the map tools you’ll need to create compelling maps in Power BI.

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Invigorate your PowerPoint slideshows with ArcGIS for Office

Learn how to add fully interactive maps to your PowerPoint slideshows using the ArcGIS for Office add-on.

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What’s new in ArcGIS Maps for Power BI (December 2018 update)

The December 2018 update of ArcGIS Maps for Power BI includes improvements for all users and more features for Plus subscribers.

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