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Esri is monitoring global activity of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and providing resources for response.

As the situation surrounding coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) continues to evolve, a digital geographic lens powered by dashboards, story maps, and scientific tools has brought into clearer focus the complex spatial interactions that have been spreading and aggravating this virus.

Science helps us understand not only how the earth works but also how it looks (geodesign) and how we look at it (Earth observation). We support the science community and seek to do good science at Esri, as it underpins much of what we do as an organization. This also helps us evolve ArcGIS into a comprehensive geospatial platform for science.

Underpinning all our science initiatives is the Living Atlas, one of the world's best compilations of government and commercial geographic information, with a growing academic catalog. This resource enables great mapping and analytics, secure sharing and collaboration, compelling science communication via storytelling, and an ecosystem where models and maps can be shared to further understanding.

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Capabilities of ArcGIS: Your analysis platform for science

Spatial Analysis and Data Science

Derive spatial relationships, detect patterns, make predictions, and deploy intelligent apps. 

Mapping and Location Enablement

See patterns, facilitate collaboration, and accelerate your science communication. 

Real-Time Visualization and Analytics

Expose geographic patterns and relationships in both static and streaming big datasets. 

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