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What’s Coming for ArcGIS Pro 2.1

ArcGIS Pro 2.1, the next release of Esri’s flagship 64-bit desktop GIS application, is almost here. ArcGIS Pro 2.1 continues Esri’s mission to provide new and user-requested functionality, the latest innovations for working with 2D and 3D spatial data, tools for performing advanced analytics, and enhanced support across the ArcGIS platform.

Here are just a few of the new features you can look forward to in ArcGIS 2.1:

Enhance Your Work in 3D

ArcGIS Pro 2.1 brings you many new features to enhance how you work with and analyze 3D data.

Generate Table Statistics for Your Attributes

When exploring an attribute table, you can get Statistics describing the values in numeric attribute fields. Statistics include the sum, mean, median, minimum, maximum, and standard deviation of those values. A histogram is also created showing the distribution of the field’s values.

Do More with New Extensions

With the ArcGIS Pro 2.1 release, comes some new extensions designed to enhance your workflows and analysis.

If you are in the ArcGIS Pro 2.1 Beta, this is your last chance to provide feedback before the release. You can provide feedback by contacting Esri Technical Support or on the Early Adopter Community user forums. You must be a part of the ArcGIS Pro 2.1 Beta to access the forums.

About the author

Richard Kachelriess is Esri’s Product Marketing Manager for ArcGIS Pro. He has worked on a wide range of Esri's products, including ArcGIS Server; the geodatabase; imagery; ArcGIS Online content, such as basemaps, the Living Atlas, and Streetmap Premium; and Esri's open technologies and solutions, such as ArcGIS Open Data, Esri Geoportal Server, ArcGIS for INSPIRE, the ArcGIS Editor for OpenStreetMap. He has also been a President of Esri’s Toastmasters club. Richard’s background includes an MBA from the Crummer Graduate School of Business at Rollins College, a Geology degree from Florida Atlantic University, and work as a Hydrologic Technician with the United States Geological Survey (USGS) researching water quality in the Florida Everglades. You can follow Richard on Twitter @kachelriess.

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