Julia Lenhardt

Julia is a product engineer on the Raster team. She has been with Esri since 2014 and has a background in remote sensing and GIS for environmental research. In addition to image analysis, she has a passion for music, running, good food and animal welfare.

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Let’s do data science! Multidimensional analysis in ArcGIS Pro

ArcGIS Pro 2.4 includes extended capabilities so you analyze different data variables across different dimensions, in a single dataset.

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Getting to Know ArcGIS Image Analyst Guide

Use the Getting to Know ArcGIS Image Analyst guide for hands-on training in all the ArcGIS Image Analyst capabilities.

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Video Multiplexer Tips and Tricks

Format your metadata for the video multiplexer tool to geoenable video data for the Full Motion Video player.

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A Treasure Trove of Python Raster Functions

Python raster functions published to GitHub can help you accomplish a new workflow or customize an existing process.

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Ortho Mapping in ArcGIS Pro Part III: Getting Results

In Part III of this blog series, we show you how to generate ortho mapping products for aerial digital imagery.

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Spectral Profiles: Improve Classification Before You Click Run

Use ArcGIS Pro charting tools to evaluate the spectral profiles of your training sites to improve classification before you run the model.

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Introducing the Spectral Index Library in ArcGIS

The ArcGIS Spectral Index Library introduces a streamlined option for visualizing and analyzing your imagery using spectral indices.

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Ortho Mapping in ArcGIS Pro Part II: Getting Adjusted

In Part II of this blog series, we show you how to perform a block adjustment in an ortho mapping workspace for aerial digital imagery.

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Deep Learning in ArcGIS Pro: Integrating Hierarchical Models with the ArcGIS Platform

Deep Learning modeling can now be integrated for image classification in ArcGIS Pro.

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