Combining the rich analysis tools in ArcGIS Pro with ArcGIS Living Atlas content can yield powerful insights and results. This blog article (by @DanPisut ) shows how to use Pro to analyze hurricane patterns using the recently updated Living Atlas hurricane layers.
ArcGIS Living Atlas is continually evolving, with updates and releases of new content happening all the time. The latest ArcGIS Living Atlas News (February 2021) delivers a summary of what's updated, new, and noteworthy since the beginning of the year.
The Living Atlas U.S. Vessel Traffic application is a new and fun tool that lets you explore the paths of vessels in and around U.S. waters, look for patterns and trends by time, vessel type, and place, and it provides a simple and efficient way to download manageable-sized, area-specific, excerpts.
The Census of Agriculture is an incredibly detailed compilation of data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, with hundreds of statistics for states and counties, including information about production, sales, and demographics, from 2 million farms that cover almost 1 billion acres.
@LisaBerry provides insight, tips, and techniques to getting the most out of your map using the Color and Size renderer. Using Living Atlas ACS content as an example, the techniques discussed can be applied to your own content. See details in Add a layer of clarity to your color and size maps at the ArcGIS Blog.
Using ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS Living Atlas you can make a map of winter weather using National Weather Service live feeds in a minute, maybe less. This blog article steps you through how, and cover both Map Viewer Beta and Map Viewer Classic.
A new version of Live Stream Gauges was just made available in Living Atlas. The new version includes several significant upgrades, including improved scalability and performance, additional gauges from Canada and England, new field calculating hours since last update, improved cartography, and more.