Community Highlights Place of the Week Whether you just became a member or you’ve been here for a while, introduce yourself in our new place! We just launched GeoNet Member Introductions for members to share a little about themselves and connect with other members on related interests. Visit our new GeoNet Member Introductions space and…(Show moreShow less)
I have users who want to use Geodata. There were some out-of-date data showed. I am trying to understand how often the Geodata release, once a year, once every other year year.... Can you provide this information? Thanks Suhan Li GIS Adminstrator Texas Education Agency email@example.com 001-512-464-9434
There is not a specific Geodata release cycle. The geodatabase and any updates or fixes are included with the release of ArcGIS Pro (including ArcMap) (2 releases in 2019) and ArcGIS Enterprise (2 releases in 2019). Sometimes patches or updates are also created after the releases.
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Many of you might be aware of or have participated in our Introduce Yourself! thread over the past year. This thread has been very popular, and with over 300 replies, we have outgrown the current thread structure. We have evolved the member welcome experience by creating a new space (GeoNet Member Introductions) dedicated to member…(Show moreShow less)
Community Highlights Place of the Week Learn ArcGIS launched in July 2019 for educators to share experiences and materials for teaching GIS. Follow the Learn ArcGIS space to ask questions, start a discussion, or to get the latest updates on resources. The Learn ArcGIS team just shared an update to their lessons gallery that allows for sharable…(Show moreShow less)