• Bivariate Mapping

    Bivariate legends are something that ESRI doesn't do very well.  So since we wanted to generate bivariate legends we had to get a little creative.  Using some creative ModelBu ilder tools you can create a bi...
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  • Arthur's Feature Extraction from LiDAR, DEMs and Imagery

    7/26/2019: Added how to make a tree inventory 3D without lidar or height (hint DBH). 10/24/2018: Added link and instructions to create 3D buildings using lidar from Microsoft Building Footprints US. 10/4/2018: ...
  • Here it comes! Map Use, 8th Edition!

      Keep your eyes open for the upcoming release of the 8th edition of Map Use!  Map Use: Reading, Analysis, Interpretation, eighth edition, is a comprehensive, foundational textbook, providing students with...
  • Creating Cartograms with ArcGIS for Desktop 10.3.1

    Have you ever wonder how to create cartograms in ArcGIS? In case that you do not know what a cartogram is, just have a look below:   Volumen_Exportaciones_2007 Cartograma del Volumen de exportaciones de 2007 por ...
  • Interesting routing solution maps

    Michigan State doctoral student Randy Olsen has created a set of really useful and interesting maps that illustrate optimal routing solutions for various geographic areas, in order to see the important landmarks. If y...
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  • Avenza PDF map available for Windows phones

    It's still in Beta form, but Avenza maps will soon be available for Windows phones, giving those users the ability to download and display georeferenced PDF maps, and to use the maps for navigation. Among other uses, ...
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  • You helped decide the look of the Esri UC – now come and see it!

    And now is the time to register - Early Bird Registration has opened!   This is a great opportunity for you to save money and secure your spot: Save $400 off the registration fee Get first choice at the most...
  • "Feature to Point" for the people

    For generations (of Desktop versions), the "Feature to Point" tool had been limited to Advanced (ArcInfo) license level. Users with lesser level were forced to use other methods to do the simple task of converting fe...