John Nelson
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I have far too much fun looking for ways to understand and present data visually, hopefully driving product strategy and engaging users. I work in the ArcGIS Living Atlas team at Esri, pushing and pulling data in all sorts of absurd ways and then sharing the process. I also design user experiences for maps and apps. When I'm not doing those things, I'm chasing around toddlers and wrangling chickens, and generally getting into other ad-hoc adventures. Life is good. You might also like these Styles for ArcGIS Pro: esriurl.com/nelsonstyles

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Make a Vintage Forestry Map 3D using Modern Forestry Data

How to make the 3D vintage forestry map in chapter 4 of GIS for Science Volume 3.

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How to make this seafloor map

This is a bathymetric map made for a chapter in GIS for Science Volume 3. Here are all the salty details of its making.

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How to make the map on the cover of GIS for Science volume 3

That crazy globe on the cover of GIS for Science v3 is fun and easy to make. Here's a whirlwind...

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It’s a giant globe!

When it comes to globes, it's hard to go too big.

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How to make a snowy ArcGIS Online map without even really trying

Want a nice pillowy winter wonderland sort of map? Goodness sakes is it fun and easy...

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X-Ray cartography in ArcGIS Online

How to use blend modes and data-driven transparency to make a thematic map with imagery instead of regular old colors.

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Introducing UnemploymentPulse

UnemploymentPulse visualizes state and county unemployment rates as compact trend lines. Updated monthly.

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One Minute Map Hacks: 46-50

Five more minutes of hacking to save you at least six minutes of wondering.

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How to make this map of internet connectivity in 1968

Serious concepts...not so serious topic.

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