From suggesting how many steps we should walk in a day, to predicting the future price of our home, machine learning (ML) is becoming an integral part of our lives. ML is a new approach to understanding our universe based on exposing data-driven relationships and predicting outcomes without empirical models.
Stay tuned for more info from the Esri team on new workflows to produce local, higher-resolution 3D meshes and ultimately EMUs from NOAA data or your own data. Watch this space and the Esri Ocean GIS Forum recaps for more! We also have a growing list of exciting use cases of the EMUs for a range of scientific and resource management applications…(Show moreShow less)
http://www.esri.com/events/ocean The Esri Ocean GIS Forum brings together thought leaders from the ocean GIS community in an interactive environment that fosters exploration, collaboration, learning, and innovation. This year's forum will focus on new, innovative GIS tools and forward-thinking solutions built to provide a deeper understanding of…(Show moreShow less)
Esri Science pre-UC news items: (1) You can download a separate copy of the Esri UC Q&A item: “How is Esri advancing geographic science?” on Box at https://esri.box.com/s/prrilbsuijxpi6ek1yp7stdn8y33g4ug . (2) We have over 700 RSVPed for the Esri Science Symposium on Tuesday of UC. Even if you didn’t get a chance to RSVP, you can still come…(Show moreShow less)
Our Esri Applications Prototype Lab has been experimenting with use of EMU data in their 3D Fences/Curtain tool. See some neat results on YouTube. For more information on 3D Fences and to download the free tool, see http://esriurl.com/3dfence. And note that a new version of this tool that works with both Arcmap and ArcGIS Pro is now available.
See our new Esri Ecological Marine Units story map with material from our many talks introducing the project, as well as from our peer-reviewed journal article in Oceanography. Thanks to Keith VanGraafeiland for creating this great resource! Visit the story map at esriurl.com/emustory or click on the image below.
Glad you are enjoying the story map. Public availability to the scenes is via the story map itself. Please contact the story map author, Keith VanGraafeiland <KVanGraafeiland@esri.com> for more information