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Spatial Data Scientist

GEOINT spatial analysis goes beyond mapping in ArcGIS

Share your tradecraft, workflows, and tools with other analysts and departments, even those without extensive GIS experience. Leverage all this power with an easy-to-use interface in one tool for your geospatial data modeling needs. There is no code to write—put in parameters and receive the results of your spatial analysis in moments. With robust documentation, feel confident in the intelligence analysis you conduct and statistically sound results.

Spatial analysis for GEOINT

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Data management

Sometimes your tasks involve data preparation and management, and you don't need to make maps or solve analysis problems. In these situations, you can start ArcGIS Pro without creating a project. You can then process your data and close the application without saving a project.

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Exploratory data analysis

Using exploratory analysis in 3D, you can investigate your data by interactively creating graphics and editing analysis parameters in real time. The interactive tools help you create analytical objects by clicking in the scene or using input source layers. Depending on the tool, the analysis feedback in the view is color-coded to distinguish what is obstructed, unobstructed, or out of range. You can manipulate analysis parameters and receive real-time visual feedback in the scene.

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Time Series Forecasting

The Time Series Forecasting toolset allows you to forecast and estimate future values of a space-time cube as well as evaluate and compare different forecast models at each location in a space-time cube. Various time series forecasting models are available, including simple curve fitting, exponential smoothing, and a forest-based method. 

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ArcGIS Pro allows you to work with data in 2D and 3D environments from within the same application. Having both 2D and 3D in the same application gives you more freedom to work in 3D than in the past. The same data can be examined from a 2D and 3D perspective, side by side, which allows for new insights into that data. However, to take advantage of this new functionality, make the most of your data in a 3D scene.

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Implement best-practice workflows and improve the efficiency of a workflow. ArcGIS Pro includes a set of task items that cover a variety of workflows common to the intelligence analyst. Share information products across the community to prevent information stovepipes.

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