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DWright-esristaff
This week we will be discussing the third annual Esri Science Symposium. The Symposium started in 2015 by Esri’s Chief Scientist Dawn Wright as a reception for the 300 scientists of the GIS community attending the UC. In 2016, the reception expanded into the first actual Symposium with a keynote speaker, reaction discussion panel, and an audience… (Show more)
DWright-esristaff
Dear Colleague,   As an attendee of either the 2018 Esri Education Summit or the 2018 Esri User Conference, you are warmly invited to a special event, the Esri Science Symposium.   When & Where: Tuesday, July 10, 2018 4:00-6:30 pm San Diego Convention Center (SDCC) Ballroom 20 D The 2018 symposium will include the following: A keynote address… (Show more)
DWright-esristaff
See this important blog post by Orhun Aydin of Esri's Spatial Statistics Team where he describes different means of integrating space into scientific problem solving, with an eye toward generic (non-spatial) machine learning, spatial machine learning, and non-spatial machine learning with geoenriched predictors.   The Science of Where in a Warming… (Show more)
GBrunner-esristaff
My colleagues Nick Brueggemann and Gregory Brunner made a map of the NCAA Tournament rosters showing where the bracket athletes' hometowns are. The data comes from this sports website's NCAA Roster information, where they list the athletes' positions, class, hometown, and other statistics. I asked Nick and Greg if they'd share the geodatabase they… (Show more)
GBrunner-esristaff
I was sitting in a presentation a few weeks ago on the R-ArcGIS bridge by Marjean Pobuda and I had a question: "Can I use the R-ArcGIS bridge in my Jupyter Notebook?"  So I asked Mark Janikas (who was also attending the presentation) if this would be possible an he said, "Yes".  So, after the presentation, I set out to get the R-ArcGIS bridge… (Show more)
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