GIS is a powerful technology that can be used for early disease detection and timely response. It can help stakeholders at all levels — local, regional and national — understand disease patterns, share information easily and make data-driven decisions by aggregating and mapping various data sources. The ability to efficiently visualize and…(Show moreShow less)
FYI, I wanted to share some nice Dashboards built on Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS that deal with monitoring ebola outbreaks in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. 1. World Health Organization - Ebola Surveillance Dashboard 2. Direct Relief - Ebola Cases Dashboard Hope this helps,
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,
I'm frequently having trouble adding excel tables to maps or importing them into my geodatabase in Pro. I keep getting error messages that say the container is empty, but when I try to import the same table to my geodatabase in Arc catalog, it works just fine. Has anyone else had this problem? Why can't I import my table directly into Pro?
Most people don't take the time to format an excel table to ease the process of bringing it into other software. This link will help Work with Microsoft Excel files in ArcGIS Pro—Excel | ArcGIS Desktop and quit skipping a step by trying to add directly, until you can format the perfect excel file and don't need the helper tool.... Excel…
Wanted to share several articles that discusses how law enforcement agencies are fighting the US opioid epidemic with the ArcGIS Platform. More specifically, they are using Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS to help monitor and track overdoses in real-time. This app enables you to monitor, track, and assess your daily operations. 1. Tech's war…(Show moreShow less)