I'm currently working on a webmap for display using ArcGIS Online, and I've been asked to include a heat map layer based on the data. There are too many data points for AGO to render the heatmap efficiently, so I'm trying to create a tile layer in ArcGIS Pro to speed up performance (using Sharing -> Share as Web Layer). It technically works, but there are display errors along the edges of tiles at some zoom levels. I've attached a few screenshots of examples.
I understand that this problem is similar to another question from a while back: How do you fix heat map 'tears' after exporting from ArcGIS Pro? The key difference is that I want a tiled output result for use on a webmap, so workarounds that involve converting to .jpg don't seem to solve the problem.
Has anyone else encountered this problem? And has anyone found a way to make this kind of map display correctly?
I'm working on a project, have followed the same scenario you've described. I'm facing the same problem with rough edges and ran out of solutions.
Have you found any workaround?
Unfortunately, we never found a workaround. We ultimately decided to drop the heatmap layer from the project. It's been nearly a year and a half, I'd hoped they would have improved the tiling algorithm to get around this by now.