Lisa Berry

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

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What is a Relationship Map?

The Relationship style is a new way to compare two data patterns within a single map. Learn what a relationship map can tell you about your data.

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How to Make a Relationship Map in ArcGIS Online

The new Relationship mapping style provides a new way to make insightful maps. This blog explains how to use this new technique in ArcGIS Online.

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Combining Arcade and HTML for a Real-life Pop-up Display

Use a combination of Arcade and HTML in order to create a custom popup for your map. Esri Netherlands shows us how with this real-world tutorial.

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What’s New in Predominance Mapping (April 2018)

With the April 2018 release, you can now compare up to ten attributes within your dataset using the predominance mapping style.

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New to the Living Atlas – Firefly Demographics

The ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World has a new set of maps that make US Census data really shine (pun intended). Using the new Firefly ...

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Bring Your Points to Life with GIF Symbols

You can easily transform your maps by using a custom image as your point symbol in ArcGIS Online. But did you know that you can create an...

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Map Multiple Attributes at Once using Predominance

Map multiple attributes within a single map, and smart mapping will automatically show you the largest value of those attributes.

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2010 Census Data Now Available in the Living Atlas

You can now easily map 2010 Census demographic data from the Living Atlas of the World within the ArcGIS Platform.

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A Simple Checklist for Nominating Your Maps and Apps into the Living Atlas

This checklist provides an easy guide for nominating your maps, apps, and data into the Living Atlas of the World.

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