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ShreeRajagopalan
Esri Regular Contributor

Esri is offering free, virtual 45-min appointments for data health checks at the 2021 User Conference. This popular offering benefits customers in various ways. Let’s take some time to explore its importance.

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JayCary
Esri Contributor

Patch 3 for ArcGIS Data Reviewer Desktop is now available. You can find the latest patch for Data Reviewer for ArcGIS Desktop here:  ArcGIS Data Reviewer 10.8 Patch 1 for Desktop

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MrinmayeeBharadwaj
Esri Regular Contributor

Over the last few months, the ArcGIS Data Reviewer team requested feedback on various components of the extension. We would like to thank all our customers for providing valuable information to continue improving ArcGIS Data Reviewer! Here’s the breakdown of the results.

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MrinmayeeBharadwaj
Esri Regular Contributor

In the latest release, ArcGIS Data Reviewer introduces simplified workflows to implement Attribute Rule-based data validation.

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An extension to ArcGIS, ArcGIS Data Reviewer automates, simplifies and improves data quality control workflows to deliver geospatial data you can trust. It enables you to lower data management costs and reduce risk in decision-making by providing a unified set of capabilities to detect, manage, and report data errors.

Head over to our ArcGIS Blog to read more on what's new!!

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MarceloMarques
Esri Regular Contributor

MCS Enterprise Geodatabases Best Practices 

Intended for database administrators as recommendations for establishing the product workspaces*  in an Enterprise Geodatabase (Oracle®, SQL Server®, PostgreSQL®).

*Production Mapping, Data Reviewer, Workflow Manager

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MrinmayeeBharadwaj
Esri Regular Contributor

ArcGIS Data Reviewer provides a complete system for automating and simplifying data quality control.

Teri Bunting, the GIS supervisor at Tucson Water, saw a demonstration of ArcGIS Data Reviewer and participated in a complimentary data health check at the Esri User Conference and, was impressed with its capabilities, thought the solution could work for Tucson Water.

Read about their success story here!

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JayCary
Esri Contributor

The Data Reviewer checks poster has been a great resource when planning your ArcMap or ArcGIS Server implementation of Data Reviewer. Starting with the ArcGIS Pro 2.6 release, a new checks poster will be available that can serve as a resource to you when planning quality control workflows in ArcGIS Pro and Enterprise.

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MrinmayeeBharadwaj
Esri Regular Contributor

The Challenge:

The geographic information system (GIS) team at SACWSD draws on multiple data sources, including their own fieldwork, to compile three separate datasets covering drinking water, irrigation, and sewage systems. The team uses ArcGIS to support expansion, maintenance, replacement, and improvement of the systems.

In addition, the data is shared with third-party applications, such as the district's asset management system (for daily service requests and completed work orders) and the water modeling software, which has its own requirements. So, having reliable data is important.

Head over to our ArcGIS Data Reviewer Health Check story to read how this challenge was successfully met!!

*Image courtesy Itl.cat

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MrinmayeeBharadwaj
Esri Regular Contributor

The Prince William County Service Authority supplies clean water and superior service to a large and ever-growing metropolitan population. The Service Authority owns and maintains more than 2,300 miles of pipeline distributing up to 56 million gallons of water a day and treating 43 million gallons of wastewater a day for approximately 350,000 people. 

The Service Authority implemented ArcGIS Data Reviewer batch jobs and Cityworks permits, licensing, and land workflows to create a new streamlined, standardized, and fully deployed QA/QC business process. 

Head over to a great user story by Jeanetta Williams to know more about this successful implementation.

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JayCary
Esri Contributor

The Data Reviewer Team is pleased to announce the release of the updated Managing Data Reviewer Records tools and tutorial for ArcGIS Desktop 10.6+/ArcGIS Pro 2.1+. The tools are available from the Manage Data Reviewer Records (MDRR) repository on GitHub:

 

Managing Data Reviewer Records for ArcGIS 10.6

 

The toolbox includes the following python-based tools:

  • The Copy Data Reviewer Records tool takes records from one or more Reviewer sessions and copies them into another Reviewer session.
  • The Export Data Reviewer Records to Shapefile tool exports all of the Reviewer records in a selected workspace to a single multi-point shapefile.

 

The tools are particularly useful when consolidating or archiving Reviewer error results and/or when results need to be shared with others who do not have access to the Data Reviewer extension (or even ArcGIS).

 

Please feel free to provide feedback, enhancement suggestions or report an issue regarding the tools in the repository.

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