Vicki Lynn Cove
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Vicki Lynn Cove is a documentation writer for ArcGIS Insights, ArcGIS Online analysis, and Applied Analysis at Esri's Research and Development Centre in Ottawa, Canada. She has a background in biology, English literature, and GIS. In her spare time, Vicki Lynn enjoys fibre arts, playing her guitar, and the outdoors.

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Visualize global COVID-19 trends in ArcGIS Insights

Create maps and charts to determine where COVID-19 cases are located and how cases are changing over time.

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Create a report in ArcGIS Insights

Design an interactive report in Insights using a new lesson from Learn ArcGIS.

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Keep all target features using the Join Features tool in ArcGIS Online

Keep all target features allows you to choose whether to keep unmatched features in your output dataset when creating joins in ArcGIS Online.

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Sticking points: Mapping large datasets in ArcGIS Insights

Large datasets create some unique challenges for spatial analysis. Spatial aggregation can help you understand spatial patterns in your data.

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Use the COVID-19 Hospital Impact Model for Epidemics (CHIME) application in ArcGIS Insights

Learn how to run a script in ArcGIS Insights and use the results to analyze hospital capacity in your health care region.

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Use Insights models to jumpstart your COVID-19 analysis

Models are a visual recording of the steps in your analysis. Use the Insights models from the Disaster Response Program to respond to COVID-19.

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Understand the Refugee Crisis using Link Analysis

A new Learn ArcGIS lesson guides you through an advanced analytical technique in Insights for ArcGIS.

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Determine flood risk for disaster response

Use spatial analysis in ArcGIS Online to find areas that need evacuation assistance after a flood.

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A normal chart used with a lot of frequency (Intro to charts, part 4)

A histogram shows the frequency of your number data, but how do you know if it's "normal"?

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