GeoNet Weekly News & Tips: Using Color in Attribute-driven Symbology, ArcGIS Data Reviewer as Place of the Week, and 1 Product and Service Update

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Attribute SymbologyFeatured Community Content: Color me Impressed with Attribute-driven Symbology

 In this blog from Russell Sands, learn about using color in your attribute-driven symbology with ArcGIS Pro. Russell provides a guide for using photography as a source for color ranges and applying them to a map using Arcade. Find a photo to inspire your next map symbology and start creating. Read: Color Me Impressed with Attribute-driven Symbology



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Featured Place of the Week:  ArcGIS Data Reviewer

ArcGIS Data ReviewerThe ArcGIS Data Reviewer extension supports data management and data quality control automation. Join other users and Esri staff in the ArcGIS Data Reviewer space to read the latest roadmap announcement for the extension, to ask or answer questions, and to read a few case studies. Go to: ArcGIS Data Reviewer


3 Open Questions & Discussions

Ahmad SALEH is writing an expression to limit the number of characters in a field for table checks with ArcGIS Data Reviewer and is need of an alternative solution for using curly brackets. Do you have a suggestion?

Michael Pickens is looking for help with a model that will filter tables in ModelBuilder. Can you provide some guidance?

Marla Johnson is trying to calculate the total flow of drainage with the results in cubic feet per second with Arc Hydro. Can you recommend a way to do this?


1 Product and Service Update

ArcGIS Maps for Adobe® Creative Cloud® released version 2.1 with new improvements.


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