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tylerlarson_usfs
I am wondering how you identify how many credits are consumed when utilizing premium layers? I have looked all over and cannot find any information details what credit usage is. How is this calculated? Does all premium content have a flat rate or does it depend on the item you are using? Is the pricing the same or different when authorizing it… (Show more)
robert_green-esristaff
This post was originally published on the ArcGIS blog page.   Last summer, we introduced a new OpenStreetMap Vector Basemap.  Since that time, we have made numerous updates to the basemap and improved the integration with ArcGIS Online.  With our update last week, we’ve added new styles and another tile scheme to the OpenStreetMap group.   Esri… (Show more)
robert_green-esristaff
This post was originally published on the Esri ArcGIS.com blog.     As the month of June came to a close, we updated our Esri Vector Basemaps tile set. New content was contributed from our commercial, community, and open source data providers. Additionally, three new styles were released: Navigation (Dark Mode), National Geographic Style, and… (Show more)
robert_green-esristaff
Click to view contentThis blog was written by Andy Skinner and was originally posted on the ArcGIS Blog vector basemap arcgis vector tile style editor   The National Geographic Style Map   The National Geographic basemap, first released on ArcGIS.com in 2012, continues to be a popular map for reference, education, storytelling, and conservation mapping. This release… (Show more)
robert_green-esristaff
Click to view contentThis blog was written by Wes Jones and was originally posted on the ArcGIS Blog. vector basemap arcgis vector tile style editor   Have you ever felt like you were destined to do something? With this map, I felt a calling. A faint whisper at first. But—surely as a clock ticks—that whisper has grown. For as long as I have enjoyed making maps, I have… (Show more)
kch235_ccegeomaps
Hello,   I was very pleased to see that the Living Atlas of the World hosts some data derived from SSURGO-level soils data for the U.S. I am curious, though, why the horizontal resolution is 30-m in the continental U.S. (CONUS)? It looks like the data was originally created in 2017, but updated in 2019 when the USDA released higher resolution… (Show more)
KSchroeder-esristaff
Click to view contentBlog Author: Emily Meriam     Originally Published: ArcGIS   Did you know that you can create custom Arcade expressions to define your symbol sizes at the varying ArcGIS Online map scales? The Arcade code demonstrated here on Esri’s “Recent Hurricane” Live Feed will show you how to automatically resize your symbols as you zoom in and out of your… (Show more)
jborgion
Is there a list of attribute descriptions that explains the meaning of such attributes like HINCO_CY or NHSPASN_CY etc etc for ESRI demographic data? I'd like to create metadata for it that explains what the fields really mean. Tamara Grant, you wrote a blog in 2018 explaining some updates; can you point me in the right direction?   TIA
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