Staff Picks of the Week
GeoNet Update: “Online” word omission issue - Resolved
On October 9th we reported that GeoNet was experiencing a “bug” when our members used the word Online in comments and replies. Linking to ArcGIS Online or posting the word Online within a comment/reply in GeoNet resulted in an omission of the word from the content, URL, or HTML once it was posted.
With the Ocean GIS Forum only a few days away, Drew Stephens shares what attendees will gain when coming to the 2018 Ocean GIS Forum on Nov. 6th-8th in Redlands. Read about the details for the daily events, workshops, plenaries, presentations, and more in this week’s featured blog. Check it out >>
demonstrates how to apply a five-step process to complete an analysis project using ArcMap by:
- Framing the question
- Exploring and preparing data
- Choosing analysis methods and tools
- Performing the analysis
- Examining and refining results
How-to Tip of the Week
and ArcGIS Ideas FAQ
Have an idea to help better our products or services? Read the ArcGIS Idea Submission Policy and ArcGIS Ideas FAQs to learn more about how to submit your idea, how the voting process works, and what happens with your ideas. Then sign into and search the ArcGIS Ideas space for any similar ideas to make sure your idea is unique. If your idea is a new one that no one else has submitted, post your idea so others can begin to vote. We look forward to seeing your idea become part of our solutions.
Did you know that you can get the latest updates about ArcGIS and ocean sciences, including updates about the Ocean GIS Forum, ocean story maps, and more? Participate in discussions, read blogs about ocean sciences from Dawn Wright, share and collaborate.
Featured Discussion of the Week
Mark Your Calendars: Thank you for joining the GIS Day Live Chat! Coming Soon
In recognition of GIS Day on Wednesday, November 14th, we are hosting an event to kick-start the celebration, a Thank you for joining the GIS Day Live Chat! with Joseph Kerski, Luis Olivieri, and Nicole Minni. Join us on Friday, November 9, 2018, at 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. (PST) / 2 p.m. – 3 p.m. (EST). Also, follow GIS Day on Twitter and share how you are celebrating.
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