ArcGIS Data Reviewer

ArcGIS Data Reviewer at the 2023 Esri User Conference

We’re excited for you to join us at the 2023 Esri User Conference in San Diego, California, from July 10-14! Engage with technical experts, peers, and exhibitors at the world’s biggest GIS conference, where you can find innovation, inspiration, and motivation as you explore all things GIS. 

In this blog post, we have curated a comprehensive list of ArcGIS Data Reviewer sessions to help you make the most out of your experience and to learn about the power of data quality for ArcGIS. Let’s get started! 

Agenda  

Showcase

Stop by the ArcGIS Data Reviewer booths located in the ArcGIS Pro area to engage with product experts and gain insights into exciting new features, capabilities, and product enhancements. We welcome you whether you’re an experienced user with burning questions or a novice eager to learn more about this powerful data quality tool.  

In addition, we’re happy to share that the UC Event Map is now available to familiarize you with the convention center and view the locations of sessions and activities before you go. You can also generate a route and directions between two locations and view the estimated travel time. Use this map as a helpful tool, along with the Detailed Agenda and My Schedule, for planning your UC experience. The map will also be available in the Esri Events App and at directory kiosks on site in the convention center. Learn more

Showcase Hours 

Tue, July 11: 09:00 a.m. — 06:00 p.m. 

Wed, July 12: 09:00 a.m. — 06:00 p.m. 

Thu, July 13: 09:00 a.m. — 04:00 p.m. 

Sessions  

Explore an abundance of sessions that will deepen your understanding of ArcGIS Data Reviewer, an extension to ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Enterprise, designed to enhance the quality of your GIS data and reduce data management costs. 

Tuesday, July 11 

ArcGIS Data Reviewer: An Introduction 

Tuesday, July 11, 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM PDT 

Room 4 

TECHNICAL WORKSHOP 

ArcGIS Data Reviewer, an extension to ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Enterprise, improves GIS data quality and reduces data management costs. In this session, we will define GIS data quality, practices for capturing quality requirements, and identify quality-related capabilities in ArcGIS. We will demonstrate how to leverage Data Reviewer’s integration in Attribute rules to prevent and detect poor quality data. We will also highlight visual review workflows and tools to identify other sources of error such as missing, miss-coded or spatially inaccurate features that cannot be found through automation. 

ArcGIS Data Reviewer: Tips and Tricks for Validating Water Utility Network 

Tuesday, July 11, 2:30 PM – 3:15 PM PDT 

Expo Demo Theater 4 

DEMO THEATER PRESENTATION 

Learn how to implement ArcGIS Data Reviewer to support validation of water features within the utility network. This session will highlight additional methods and implementation best practices for enhancing the validation capability in the utility network. We will also discuss QA/QC recommendations for utility network migration. 

Wednesday, July 12 

ArcGIS Data Reviewer: Migrating Quality Control Workflows to ArcGIS Pro 

Wednesday, July 12, 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PDT 

Room 30 C 

TECHNICAL WORKSHOP 

Are you ready to migrate your quality control workflows to ArcGIS Pro? This workshop will provide tips and tricks to successfully migrate your Data Reviewer-based workflows to ArcGIS Pro and Attribute rules. We will identify key differences and new capabilities that enhance data quality management. Reduce risk and accelerate your migration using automated tools and workflows. Learn about resources that you can use in preparing your team for the migration. 

ArcGIS Data Reviewer: Tips and Tricks for Validating Linear Reference System (LRS) Networks 

Wednesday, July 12, 1:00 PM – 1:45 PM PDT 

Expo Demo Theater 4 

DEMO THEATER PRESENTATION 

Learn how to implement ArcGIS Data Reviewer to support validation of linear referenced pipeline features. This session will highlight validation methods and implementation best practices for validating pipeline features in your geodatabase.  

ArcGIS Data Reviewer: An Introduction 

Wednesday, July 12, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM PDT

Room 30 D

TECHNICAL WORKSHOP

ArcGIS Data Reviewer, an extension to ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Enterprise, improves GIS data quality and reduces data management costs. In this session, we will define GIS data quality, practices for capturing quality requirements, and identify quality-related capabilities in ArcGIS. We will demonstrate how to leverage Data Reviewer’s integration in Attribute rules to prevent and detect poor quality data. We will also highlight visual review workflows and tools to identify other sources of error such as missing, miss-coded or spatially inaccurate features that cannot be found through automation.

Thursday, July 13 

ArcGIS Data Reviewer: Tips and Tricks for Validating Address Data 

Thursday, July 13, 10:00 AM – 10:45 AM PDT 

Expo Demo Theater 3 

DEMO THEATER PRESENTATION 

Learn how to implement ArcGIS Data Reviewer to support validation of address data typically used for place finding and other location analytics. This session will highlight validation methods and implementation best practices, including ArcGIS Solutions for managing address features in your geodatabase. 

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ArcGIS Data Reviewer: Automating Quality Control 

Thursday, July 13, 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM AM PDT 

Room 30 C 

TECHNICAL WORKSHOP 

Learn how to implement automated workflows using ArcGIS Data Reviewer to improve data quality, streamline maintenance, and decrease risk for data consumers. Discover how automated checks that do the heavy-lifting in detecting common errors in your data and examples of data quality requirements from different industries, and how automated checks are configured to implement them in ArcGIS Pro. 

Esri Services Appointments: Data Health Check 

Data errors can introduce unacceptable risks and unplanned costs when leveraging the geographic approach in your organization’s day-to-day operations. To ensure our users are well-prepared, we are offering one-on-one appointments with an Esri expert to get insights into the overall health of your data’s quality.  

Participating in the Data Health Check is as easy as providing a sample of your data in a file geodatabase when you sign up. During the appointment, Esri staff will explain how to configure key data checks and review any errors detected. The error features (captured in a separate geodatabase) are provided to you to take back to your organization for additional review.  This is an excellent opportunity to receive specific feedback and advice from our knowledgeable team, especially if you have use cases such as.  

Be sure to sign up to secure your spot at the event by choosing “data health check” appointment type and submitting the form. An Esri representative will then reach out with details. 

Find more information on Data Reviewer on the product page and visit the Esri Community to get answers to any questions and share your feedback.

About the authors

Angelique Samaro

Angelique is an Associate Product Marketing Manager at Esri. She holds a master's degree from the University of California, Riverside, focusing on management and marketing.

Silvia is the Sr. Product Marketing Manager for ArcGIS Indoors, ArcGIS IPS and ArcGIS Data Reviewer at Esri. As such, her mission is to raise awareness for the ever growing opportunities of bringing GIS to the indoor space and the importance of data quality.

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