Kristian Ekenes
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Kristian Ekenes is a Product Engineer on the ArcGIS API for JavaScript team at Esri. His work focuses on mapping, visualization, and Arcade integration. Prior to joining Esri he worked as a GIS Specialist for an environmental consulting company. He enjoys cartography, GIS analysis, and building GIS applications for genealogy.

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Visualize electoral swing using composite symbols

Use dynamic, scalable, composite symbols to map electoral swing in the next election.

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Generate popup templates for data exploration

Generate good default popup templates for unfamiliar layers in data exploration web apps.

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Generate data for interactive charts using Arcade in popups

Generate a series of Arcade expressions to create a gallery of interactive charts in your popup.

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Animate and explore COVID-19 data through time

Combine the ArcGIS JS API's fast rendering capabilities with the TimeSlider to allow your users to animate and explore COVID-19 data through time

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Labeling support added to point clustering

The ArcGIS API for JavaScript added support for labeling point clusters with the total count or other aggregate summary information.

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Capacity Analysis: a custom web mapping solution for understanding the impact of social distancing

Capacity Analysis is a new app demonstrating why custom web apps can be better solutions that generic web mapping software like ArcGIS Online.

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Mapping large datasets on the web

Mapping large amounts of data on the web has always been a challenge. Learn techniques you can use to improve performance with large datasets.

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Auto size by scale now available in Map Viewer Beta

The Map Viewer Beta allows you to automatically change the size of point and line symbols by scale for all styles.

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How and why to adjust symbol size by scale in web maps

Though subtle, icon and outline sizes varied by scale will turn a mediocre visualization into a great one.

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