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inserting an Excel file into the (Arc GIS Online)

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07-17-2022 04:36 AM
kurdishbrwar
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Greetings, in one of the direct educational courses, I took a stage in inserting an Excel file into the (Arc GIS Online) environment, and I had difficulty inserting the file because adding this file would enable me to convert it to a bitmap file and then perform the required analyzes, to help clarify the steps for adding a file The laxity of this environment and thank you, your friend Sabah from Iraq - Duhok.

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by Anonymous User
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File needs to be .csv not .xls.

In Excel, save it as a .csv and it will work to insert.

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HeatherSmith
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@kurdishbrwar to add a csv file to ArcGIS Online, you can find the documentation here: https://doc.arcgis.com/en/arcgis-online/reference/csv-gpx.htm

You can follow instructions in this lesson: https://learn.arcgis.com/en/projects/manage-data/arcgis-online/

And if your csv is not formatted with x/y or latitude/longitude values, try this lesson instead to learn how to geocode the data: https://learn.arcgis.com/en/projects/convert-a-list-of-historic-places-into-a-map/arcgis-online/

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by Anonymous User
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File needs to be .csv not .xls.

In Excel, save it as a .csv and it will work to insert.

kurdishbrwar
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Greetings, thank you for your kind comment, I converted the excel file as you mentioned, but the problem lies in the Arc GIS Onlie environment, where I don't know how to add this file, the way to add the file in my Arc Map environment is known.

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HeatherSmith
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@kurdishbrwar to add a csv file to ArcGIS Online, you can find the documentation here: https://doc.arcgis.com/en/arcgis-online/reference/csv-gpx.htm

You can follow instructions in this lesson: https://learn.arcgis.com/en/projects/manage-data/arcgis-online/

And if your csv is not formatted with x/y or latitude/longitude values, try this lesson instead to learn how to geocode the data: https://learn.arcgis.com/en/projects/convert-a-list-of-historic-places-into-a-map/arcgis-online/

kurdishbrwar
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Thank you very much, Mrs. Heather, for your continuous and very useful comments. I will check the links you provided me, apply the steps and learn more. Greetings
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