GeoNet Staff Picks
Explore the world's population with the NASA SEDAC CIESIN Global Population Estimation Web Mapping Application by Joseph Kerski
Joseph Kerski, Esri Education Manager, shares his enthusiasm about a new web mapping services provided by the NASA SEDAC (the and CIESIN (t
Dawn Wright, Chief Scientist at Esri, announces the lineup of upcoming scientific workshops, oral talks, and posters that will be presented in December at the 2018 American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting. Additionally, there will be a theater-style exhibit booth at the event coordinated by @Drew_Stephens, Research, and Sciences Industry Manager. Check it out >>
How-to Tip of the Week
A blog post in GeoNet is intended to convey information to the community in the form of an article or story. It helps drives engagement through comments and allows readers to share their thoughts, opinions, or ask questions about the post. Using blogs is a great way to share stories, posts for a specific topic, interview Q&A, event and product updates, and display a captivating image to attract readers. Blogs can be posted and associated with a space or group.
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With GIS Day a few days away on Wednesday, November 14th, the GIS Day group is gearing up with updates, discussions, and a Thank you for joining the GIS Day Live Chat! Visit the GIS Day group and learn more about how you can take part in GIS Day. Share and join the discussions, follow the updates, and help spread the excitement about GIS Day.
Featured Discussion of the Week
SpatialDataFrame (SDF) Vs Spatially Enabled DataFrame (SEDF) by simo xu, GeoNet Member
Simo Xu asks the question, “ What’s the real benefit for users?” with the newest version of the Spatially Enabled DataFrame. Join the conversation and share your thoughts about the Spatially Spatial DataFrame (SDF) versus the Spatially Enabled DataFrame (SEDF).
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