Warren Davison

Visualizing data and cartography is my game. I enjoy exploring data, creating immersive visualizations, and adding a tactile quality to my digital maps all the while creating resources and tools for users to do the same. I work as a Product Engineer on the ArcGIS Insights team at Esri's Research and Development Centre in Ottawa, Canada. When not digging into data and mapping, I can generally be found riding around town on two wheels with a toddler in tow.

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Show off your workbook banner

Customize elements of your workbook to match your branding, a theme, or your creative mood. Here's all the new options for styling your workbook.

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Adventures in link centrality

Insights 2022.1 release brings some enhancements to link analysis workflows. Explore these new features by embarking on a sci-fi adventure.

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Communicating your Insights: A practical guide

Textbook chart, interactive report, or deep dive workbook? Use these tips and tricks to communicate your Insights workbook effectively.

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Make this Workbook: Emergency Response Analysis

Make this ArcGIS Insights workbook to visualize and share your analysis of emergency response dispatch data.

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Emergency Response Analysis with ArcGIS Insights

Learn how ArcGIS Insights can be used to analyze emergency response times and provide metrics for data-driven decision making.

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Make this Watershed Workbook: Blueprint for Style

Make this watershed workbook and experiment with the style of your workbook to create a cohesive and visually compelling page.

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Make this Watershed Workbook: Chart Vision

Make this watershed workbook and sample some of the visualization offerings of ArcGIS Insights.

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Make this Watershed Workbook: Some Assembly Required

Step through the workflow for preparing data within the Insights scripting environment.

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Homage to a Classic Map

Warren Davison creates an homage to a beautiful Richard Edes Harrison map.

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