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Esri - See What Others Can't

An infrared rendering of a map shows land use patterns and differentiates between areas of vegetation and urbanization
A map shows the stormwater network within Naperville, IL, USA that can be accessed on mobile devices
A map shows where the voting age population of Millennials can affect the outcome of a presidential election
A map shows locations of desert tortoise in the Mojave and Sonoran Deserts of California, Nevada, Utah & Arizona
A map of class size and median income in New York City public schools shows where some of the largest classes are located
A map paints a picture of 1 year of New York City yellow cab rides, showing variations of credit access, generosity & demand

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Crowther Lab


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The Science of Where

What we at Esri call The Science of Where is about the power of geographical information. It inspires us to offer the most high-powered, high-performance mapping and spatial analytics capabilities in the world. This reveals where things are happening and gives insight into why. Many leading organizations are already seeing what others can't through The Science of Where.