Did you know you can author a map directly from ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World? You can, and if you do, you will get easy access to the atlas content, advanced search options, and the ability to create a section for your favorite maps and apps. Learn how.
Assume the role of an urban planner and use GeoPlanner for ArcGIS to find vacant land parcels in the city of San Francisco that can be developed for affordable housing. Take the Learn ArcGIS lesson.
Esri's Kelly Gerrow-Wilcox shares her top five strategies and tools for managing an organization's credits in ArcGIS Online. Read the blog.
You can use the viewshed tool in ArcGIS Pro to analyze what's visible from a specific location. Esri created a 90-second video to demonstrate how to create and edit interactive viewsheds. See how the viewshed tool works.
Maps & More
Using Twitframe and a handy five-step procedure from Esri's Hannah Wilber, you can easily add Tweets to your Esri Story Map Journal apps. Your content will do more than sing. It will chirp. Learn how.
A story map from the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) analyzes conditions, including the risk for natural disasters, at a large site in Bangladesh that houses more than 671,000 Rohingya refugees. View the story map.
Eos Positioning Systems, Inc., designs and manufactures the Arrow receiver series—premier, high-accuracy GPS/GNSS receivers for the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) market. Arrow receivers work with Esri mobile apps such as Survey123 for ArcGIS. Order today.
The Last Word
John Gravois and Patrick Arlt, from Esri, demonstrate how to use the collaboration platform GitHub. They walk though several workflows—no coding experience required. Watch the one-hour tech session.
Many American students (and grads!) might be surprised to learn that two-thirds of the continent of Africa lies north of the equator. Cartographer John Nelson of Esri tackles some common geographic misconceptions. View his story map.