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KatieSmith
Esri Regular Contributor

If professional growth is on your mind, new options to expand your ArcGIS horizons (and a couple of fan favorites) are available at Esri Academy. Learn what's new and happening soon. 

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TravisSaladino
Esri Contributor

In this last article comparing ArcGIS Server to a GIS office in a box, we'll look more closely at the options available in ArcGIS Server Manager to understand and optimize our GIS web services to make the most efficient use of our hardware resources.   

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TravisSaladino
Esri Contributor

ArcGIS Server is designed to support business workflows with GIS resources. Many times those business workflows require the most current data to be useful to fulfilling the needs to the organization. Through this post we'll took at how instances of dynamic servers meet those needs. 

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TravisSaladino
Esri Contributor

In ArcGIS, basemaps are always a cached service. Follow along as we look at the inner working of ArcGIS Server to manage the creation and storage of a cached service to help you create the basemap layers that everyone in your organization needs to use for success. 

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TimothyHales
Esri Notable Contributor

Calculating the slope of a line across a surface is simple using the Add Surface Information tool in ArcGIS Pro. This tool overlaps the line feature with a surface, such as a LAS or raster dataset, to extract the elevation values and calculate the slope value.

But what do you do when you don't have a surface layer for the calculation?

When a surface layer is unavailable to calculate elevation values, you must use either attribute values or Z-values from the line feature. An ArcGIS Arcade expression can be used calculate the slope in an attribute rule and field calculation using these values.

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StephanieOliver
Esri Contributor

Learn the steps (and code) to create an ArcGIS Arcade pop-up template, which allows you to customize the content and appearance of pop-up windows in your maps and share data in a visually appealing and informative way with stakeholders and decision-makers.

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TravisSaladino
Esri Contributor

ArcGIS Server is an integral part of the ArcGIS system. It is the engine that drives the ArcGIS Enterprise and ArcGIS Online cars and provides the GIS web services leveraged for many of our workflows. In this article we'll look at the high levels parts of an ArcGIS Server site to start a journey to understand how the software works to better manage and create services to share with it. 

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DerekNelson1
Esri Contributor

Read answers to questions asked by attendees at the recent What's New in ArcGIS Pro 3.2 live training seminar.

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Suzanne-Boden
Esri Regular Contributor

In honor of Geography Awareness Week, a special offer on Training Passes purchased this week is available via the Esri Store.

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KatieSmith
Esri Regular Contributor

GIS Day is a special day to celebrate the work of GIS professionals and the importance of geospatial technology. On November 15th, take a moment to reflect on the incredible contributions you make to the field. If you're looking to support your professional growth goals and want fun, free ways to celebrate GIS Day, this is for you. 

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