Esri recently introduced the relationship map, which gives you a new way to visualize and compare your data within ArcGIS Online. Using the relationship drawing style, you can map a pair of attributes within one map to see how the two might be related. Esri product engineer Lisa Berry walks you through how to make a relationship map. Read the blog.
With the new ArcGIS Vector Tile Style Editor, now in beta, you can restyle Esri vector basemaps to match the type of app you've developed and your organization's brand.
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Esri staff provides an overview of virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and mixed reality (MR) and shows you how you can create immersive experiences with Esri technology such as Esri CityEngine and ArcGIS Runtime SDKs. Watch the tech session.
Maps & More
Esri cartographer John Nelson used ArcGIS Pro and data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to help him on his artistic journey of creating a hand-drawn map of the Straits of Mackinac. Read the blog.
A new Learn ArcGIS lesson gives you the opportunity to assume the role of an analyst and use Insights for ArcGIS to analyze where doctors might be overprescribing the topical painkiller lidocaine. Take the lesson.
Esri now offers the Dell Latitude 7212 Rugged Extreme Tablet with ArcGIS Pro to US customers, giving them the ability to get their work done anywhere. Order today.
The Last Word
An Esri intern left what she describes as an "ArcMap bubble" to try ArcGIS Pro. She thinks college students who take GIS courses should do the same and lists seven reasons why. One big reason: Creative cartography is much easier. Read the blog.
Owen Evans from the Esri Story Maps team offers a short tutorial on how to add and configure web maps in your story maps. "This is one of the quintessential features of story maps: You can alter any map to best tell your story," he writes. See the story map.