Is there a way to do an emerging hotspot analysis that illustrates the change in values associated with points or polygons over time as opposed to simply counting the number of points that occur over time?
Hi Jennifer Weaver, With the Create Space Time Cube By Aggregating Points tool you can add summary fields so that values associated with your points are summarized. Available statistic types are: SUM-Adds the total value for the specified field within each bin. MEAN-Calculates the average for the specified field within each bin. MIN-Finds the…
FYI, checkout this beautiful City Cancer Challenge Impact Dashboard built on Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS by DirectRelief and Union for International Cancer Control (UICC). It was presented at the World Cancer Congress in Kuala Lumpur, Malayasia Oct 1-4, 2018. Great layout and display of various KPIs, and there is a "how to use" instructions…(Show moreShow less)
GeoNet Resource Hub > News & Tips GeoNet Staff Picks of the WeekWhat's Coming in ArcGIS Online - Lynnae Van Voorthuysen, Esri Staff On September 18th, ArcGIS was updated with four capabilities: Measure Distributions and Detect Concentrations Calculate Field Values using Arcade Visualize 2D and 3D with new Configurable App Search and DisplayPreviewHide preview
FYI, this is a nice article that discusses a great Dashboard (built on Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS) created by Direct Relief showing the range of social vulnerability in Hurricane Florence’s projected path (“social vulnerability” means the likelihood that a population will be disproportionately in need of support in an emergency). Mapping…(Show moreShow less)
This project was created during my MBA GIS program, focused on furthering my spatial understanding of Malaria in Indonesia, and how resources can be more efficiently and effectively deployed to combat it.
Hello, I am doing spatial analysis using huge national population data set. I have faced several challenges when I do the analysis. I have a point feature data with associated values. Each point feature has an average of 20 individuals with 'Yes' or 'No' option for use of family planning service. The 'Yes' option is given a value of 1 and the 'No'…(Show moreShow less)
You are smart to ask this question, since patient address data is considered PHI. Per the rules, the only part of an address that is not PHI are the first three digits of the ZIP code provided it contains more than 20,000 people. There are a couple of different HIPAA-compliant geocoders. You can see a comparison of them in this article:…
The deadline for submitting abstracts to present at the Esri Health and Human Services Conference is August 10th. We are interested in hearing your story, so please submit an abstract! https://t.co/4p7VduLZ45
FYI, checkout this great CDC Social Vulnerability Index dashboard, built on Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS by Tanya Bigos, a solution engineer on the Health and Human Services team at Esri. The app leverages CDC data available in the Esri Living Atlas. CDC Social Vulnerability Index Dashboard Enjoy,