We are pleased to announce that the 2020 Esri User Conference will offer university-level students full conference access at the discounted rate of $125! The Esri User Conference is the perfect opportunity to grow your peer network such as Esri Young Professionals Network, meet GIS professionals from numerous industries, and strengthen your own…(Show moreShow less)
i'm doing a project for mapping and i need to get some layers from living atlas. however, two out of the three that i have found so far have not had a symbol pane and are not editable. is there any way to change that?
that is helpful, but i want to make it so where it is only a single symbology regardless of zoom. can i either split the sub-layers into separate layers or change the scale at which they show? the built in scale option doesn't seem to do anything.
Yes you would have to download them yourself since no exercises come with the installation. If this is part of a course or MOOC, then the procedure or the url for them should have been provided in the instructions. Were there none? EDIT unless you mean these Exercise 3a: Converting labels to annotation—Help | ArcGIS Desktop which means you…
I found 10 sample questions here, but I was hoping Esri has made more than just this available. The certification is pretty vague about what skills are measured. I'd ideally like to pass it the first time, but I have no idea what to expect.
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Ever since they were created by my colleague Allen Carroll and his team, I have been an ardent supporter of story maps. I teach story map workshops regularly. I also give many presentations throughout the year, and in many of those, story maps are the means by which I give the presentations. One example is my presentation Geography: Key to…(Show moreShow less)
I agree with Robert. I think Story Maps lend themselves much better to creating an online portfolio, rather than a resume, but maybe that's just being pedantic. Here's mine for an example: https://www.arcgis.com/apps/MapSeries/index.html?appid=9140e66da35e45ee90f571f03cdd760d
Fellow Educators: ArcGIS Online User Types have been in use for some time now as a way of providing apps and privileges to ArcGIS users. The Creator User Type has been available for Education program licenses. With recent updates to the Education Institution Agreements, the GIS Professional Advanced Use Type was added as the default…(Show moreShow less)
Everyone, As mentioned, to convert from Creator to GIS Professional User type, you'd have to recover all ArcGIS Pro licenses which are taken offline. A a couple of you asked if there is a way to automate the process finding out which users have taken an ArcGIS Pro license offline. If this interests you, please feel free to leverage this…
Is there a way to deploy ArcGIS Pro in a shared computer environment, such as a computer lab, and have users rely on their Named User Licenses from ArcGIS Online? I don't have access to a license server, so I can't use Concurrent Use licensing.
Hi Mark, As long as each user using the shared machine is logging into the machine with their own Windows account, then there should not be any problem. The ALLUSERS=1 parameter in the installer options shared above, installs ArcGIS Pro in a single location, and makes it available to all users on that machine. When each user runs ArcGIS Pro,…