Lisa Berry

I am a Senior Product Engineer on the Living Atlas team at Esri. I work to create clear and concise stories about demographic, socioeconomic, and policy topics using cartography. I also build data layers and tutorials to help others create their own map masterpieces.

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The Importance of Margins of Error and Mapping

Surveyed data, like Census' ACS, contains a margin of error for each estimate. Learn what this error means and how to map it effectively.

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How to make that map: Census Agriculture Relationship Map

This blog provides a tutorial for how to make a relationship map comparing two attributes using a Living Atlas layer.

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Our Four Favorite Ways to Map American Agriculture

Get inspired and learn how to utilize US agricultural content from Living Atlas within your own maps.

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Add a layer of clarity to your color and size maps

Reinforce your color and size maps using this cartographic technique to help your audience better understand the patterns of the data.

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Size maps get turbocharged in Map Viewer Beta

Above-and-below styling, binary color schemes, rapid presets, and other enhancements have come to proportional symbol maps

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What’s New with Census ACS Living Atlas layers (December 2020)

Access the most current American Community Survey (ACS) data within ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World.

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Updates coming to American Community Survey Living Atlas layers (Fall 2020)

In December 2020, the American Community Survey layers in ArcGIS Living Atlas will be updated with the newest 2015-2019 data from the Census.

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Explore before you map

Learn some easy tips for the start of your cartographic journey. Start each map with a few minutes of exploration to learn more about your data.

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Five maps you (and your team) should see

Esri Maps for Public Policy offers tools and maps to help tackle the world's biggest problems. Check out 5 maps that give us a look into how.

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