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GeoNet Weekly News & Tips: Using Artistic Inspiration for Cartographic Layouts, Commercial as Place of the Week, and 2 Product and Service Updates

Blog Post created by lfountain-esristaff Employee on Jun 23, 2020

Vincent van Gogh Starry NightFeatured Community Content: Using Artistic Inspiration for Cartographic Layouts

 Use Vincent van Gogh’s Starry Night to influence your map layout. In this blog from Stephanie Oliver, she shows how using the rule of thirds and eye movement from this artwork example can enhance the design of your next cartographic masterpiece.  Read: Using Artistic Inspiration for Cartographic Layouts

 

 

 

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CommercialFeatured Place of the Week: Commercial

 The Commercial space hosts topics for Financial Services, Insurance, Manufacturing, Real Estate, Retail, and Trucking & Logistics. Connect with fellow GeoNet members in Commercial to ask questions or start a discussion. Go to: Commercial


3 Open Questions & Discussions

Chris Judd is looking for a way to enable popups for each layer in a webmap using ArcGIS API for Python. How would you approach it?

Phillip Knobloch wants to create custom labeling with a layer and needs some clarity on annotations. Can you help with his scenario?

T L is trying to find where attributes are stored in an Enterprise SQL database. Can you provide some insight?

 

2 Product and Service Updates

My Esri announced updates for reporting, licensing, and support.

ArcGIS Urban released new features this month.

 

Take a few minutes to help a GeoNet member solve a problem today. See if you can answer these unanswered questions in the community.

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