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AdenaSchutzberg1
Esri Regular Contributor

New Learn Lessons
A Learn Lesson is a step-by-step tutorial that uses a real-world scenario to introduce key ArcGIS tools and workflows. Here's a roundup of new lessons in the Learn ArcGIS Gallery that have appeared in the last month.
 
Analyze and visualize property valuations (ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Insights desktop)
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As a property assessor for Bloomfield Township in Michigan, you need to analyze and ground-truth home values to ensure that property taxes are distributed fairly. You'll use ArcGIS Insights instead, so you can visualize and analyze your data interactively.

In this lesson you'll build a workbook that visualizes your data with a map, charts, indicator values, filters, and a table. You'll use the workbook to investigate sales ratios and outliers in the data to help determine if properties in Bloomfield are assessed correctly. You'll share your results with the other assessors in your office both as an interactive visualization tool, and as a model that they can reuse with other datasets.

 
Apply Exploratory 3D Analysis tools (ArcGIS Pro)
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This lesson contains a mix of small-, medium-, and large-scale urban environments. The interactive analysis tools use graphic effects rendered in the scene to highlight spatial properties, such as visibility and proximity. These effects are temporary and based on which layers are currently visible. You can export images and animation videos that show the interactive analysis objects in place. With animations, you can even have the analysis object—such as the slice, line of sight, or viewshed—move and resize itself over the course of the video.

In this lesson, you will use the Exploratory 3D Analysis tools View Dome, Slice, and Viewshed in ArcGIS Pro.

 
 
Build a 3D cityscape by themes (ArcGIS Pro)
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In this exercise, you will be working with simple GIS data for a city–building multipatches, parcel footprints, water main lines, city-managed tree points, and regularly spaced wind sample points to create a thematic representation of different aspects of the city. In this lesson, you will use color to represent 3D objects as a theme, match thematic representation across multiple layers, and use thematic extrusion, size, shape, and orientation on 3D layers.

 

 
 
 

 

Create realistic 3D urban scenes (ArcGIS Pro)
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As an urban planner, you have been tasked with creating multipatch features and performing texture editing for an urban area. As part of the workflow, you will extrude, edit, and symbolize the building footprints. After converting building footprints to multipatch features, you will apply textures to the buildings to make them as realistic as possible.

In this lesson, you will extrude, edit, and symbolize building footprints; add and configure preset trees; set a constant elevation; configure a 3D grid to create a new 3D feature; create a multipatch feature; and perform textured editing.

 

Model a 3D city block (ArcGIS Pro)
model_block.pngIn this lesson, you will be working with GIS data for the city of Naperville, Illinois. This includes building footprints, city-managed street trees, furniture, and points of interest that will be used to create a 3D view. You will also consider how your intended audience will use the scene. You will extrude building footprints as simple 3D symbology, use procedural symbols for advanced 3D symbology, add a preset trees layer by height, add 3D street furniture with consideration to furniture rotation, and create bookmarks to help your audience navigate the scene.

 

 

 

Model how land subsidence affects flooding (ArcGIS Pro/ArcGIS Spatial Analyst extension)
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Flooding causes catastrophic damage around the world each year. When combined with land subsidence, flood inundation becomes more severe. The Netherlands is no stranger to these phenomena, partly due to its low-lying location.

In this lesson, you'll take on the role of an Amsterdam municipal employee investigating how land subsidence can change the spatial and financial impacts of a flood. First, you'll use spatial analyst tools to preprocess the provided raster dataset. Then, you'll determine flood extents and estimated damage. Finally, you'll compare damage that would take place today and in 2050 based on projected land subsidence estimates.

 

Classify power lines using deep learning (ArcGIS Online/ArcGIS Pro/ArcGIS 3D Analyst/Deep Learning Libraries/Excel)
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In this lesson, as a GIS analyst for an insurance company, you will use a deep learning model to conduct a risk assessment analysis of power lines using lidar (light detection and ranging) data. You will analyze an area in Northern California that has potential fire risk due to trees in close proximity to power lines.

You will use ArcGIS Pro to create and train a deep learning model to identify the power lines from a lidar point cloud. Deep learning allows you to train a model using a sample dataset and apply the model to other similar areas. You will assess which model resulted in the most accurate results and use it to classify the lidar points that are power lines.
 
Improve campsite data quality using a relationship class (ArcGIS Online/ArcGIS Pro)
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Park visitors using a site have reported inconsistencies between posted campsite information for two of the most popular national parks in the country, Yellowstone, and Grand Teton National Park. 

In this lesson a regional GIS Specialist is tasked with helping improve campsite data quality in Wyoming. The specialist will initially address the loss of data at the park level by creating joins and relates to incorporate associated records, and will then inspect and create a relationship class between campsites and campgrounds. Finally, the specialist will publish the curated data as a web map that can be shared on a website and in a app by park authorities.

 
Design custom symbols to map wildfires (ArcGIS Online)
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How do you design effective symbols for web maps? In this lesson, you'll re-create the custom symbology of the USA Current Wildfires layer from ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World.

You'll learn about the design criteria that contributed to the symbol, and how to build the Arcade expressions that allow the symbol to work on changing backgrounds, with changing data, and at changing scales. By re-creating the symbology of the wildfire layer, you'll learn skills that you can apply to your own data to build effective and cartographic web maps.
 
 
 
Track vehicle behavior to apprehend a suspect (ArcGIS Pro Intelligence)
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Classifying movement events is an analytical technique that identifies how people and things move through an environment. Determining where individuals make turns or change speed provides insights into movement patterns that can be used for actionable responses.

In this lesson, you're a law enforcement officer planning a raid on a suspected criminal while they move from one area to another in a vehicle. To ensure the raid is successful, you'll analyze vehicle movement behavior to determine when the suspect's vehicle is most likely to slow down or stop. You'll perform the analysis in ArcGIS Pro Intelligence, a customized version of ArcGIS Pro tailored for intelligence workflows.

 

New Learn Paths

A Learn Path is sequenced set of resources for learning about a particular topic. Here's a roundup of some new paths in the Learn ArcGIS Gallery that have appeared in the last month. 

 
Try ArcGIS Business Analyst Mobile App (ArcGIS Business Analyst Mobile App)
biz_an_mob.pngGet started creating and comparing sites, running infographics, and customizing facts in ArcGIS Business Analyst Mobile App.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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AdenaSchutzberg1
Esri Regular Contributor

New Learn Lessons
 

A Learn Lesson is a step-by-step tutorial that uses a real-world scenario to introduce key ArcGIS tools and workflows. Here's a roundup of new lessons in the Learn ArcGIS Gallery that have appeared in the last month.

Build a 3D scene for the Oso mudslide in Washington (ArcGIS Pro)
 
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In March 2014, after a month of heavy rainfall, a massive landslide wiped out a rural community near Oso, Washington. The tragic event destroyed homes and highways, dramatically altered the landscape, and caused the deaths of 43 people. It was one of the deadliest slides ever in the United States.

In this lesson, you'll build a 3D scene using before and after elevation surface layers to investigate the mudslide and its effects on the community.

 

 
 
Improve 3D thematic symbology (ArcGIS Pro)
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Many 3D scenes attempt to re-create the real world, with textured buildings, ground imagery, realistic trees, cars, and so on. There are also many opportunities for using cartographic symbolization instead.

In this lesson, you'll use a 3D scene for Portland, Oregon, to visualize and display features cartographically by modifying size, shape, and color to better describe and explain geographic content to others, much like with 2D cartography. You'll learn how to use vertical offsets, configure 3D symbology to be visible across multiple visibility extents, and add shading and exaggeration to highlight surfaces.

 
 
Interpolate temperatures using the Geostatistical Wizard (ArcGIS Pro/ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst extension)
 
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In this lesson, you'll learn to do the following:

  • Create a continuous temperature map of Africa and the Middle East from a dataset of sample points.
  • Analyze the distribution of the sample data with histograms.
  • Create interpolated surfaces using the inverse distance weighting and kriging methods.
  • Compare the accuracy of different surfaces using cross-validation.
    Map the standard error of prediction for a chosen surface.

 

 
 
 
Monitor forest change over time (ArcGIS Pro/ArcGIS Image Analyst)
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In this lesson, as a GIS analyst for the Oregon Department of Forestry, you'll use tools based on the LandTrendr algorithm (Landsat-based detection of Trends in Disturbance and Recovery) to better understand the spatial and temporal patterns of timber harvest and detect other potential disturbances.

 

 

 

 

Access attributes from another layer with ArcGIS Arcade (ArcGIS Online)

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As an electricity researcher, you are mapping power plants around the world with ArcGIS Online, and you are interested in understanding the number of citizens each power plant can supply electricity for. You'll need to access the power plant's annual electricity generation. You'll also need to access data about the country where the power plant is located, such as the total population and annual electricity consumption in the country. In your web map, this data resides in two separate feature layers. You'll build an Arcade FeatureSet to make the attributes from one layer available to the other layer.

 

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AdenaSchutzberg1
Esri Regular Contributor

New Learn Lessons
 

A Learn Lesson is a step-by-step tutorial that uses a real-world scenario to introduce key ArcGIS tools and workflows. Here's a roundup of new lessons in the Learn ArcGIS Gallery that have appeared in the last month.

Animate a historical ship race (ArcGIS Pro)
 
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In this lesson, you will create a video depicting a simulated virtual sailing ship race from 1770 by plotting the logged positions of the ships as they crossed the Atlantic from La Coruña, in Spain, to San Juan, in Puerto Rico.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Animate the Oso mudslide (ArcGIS Pro)
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On March 22, 2014, after a month of heavy rainfall, a mountain gave way near Oso, Washington; the resulting and historic mudslide tragically killed 43 people. In this lesson, your task is to call attention to the deadly event by creating a 3D fly-through animation showing the area before and after the mudslide.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Enable an inbox for a census survey (ArcGIS Survey123 Connect/ArcGIS Pro/ArcGIS Online)
 
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In this lesson, you'll enable the inbox feature for a census survey form. First, you'll publish a survey using ArcGIS Survey123 Connect. Then, you'll combine the survey with a feature layer of building points in ArcGIS Pro. Last, you'll enable the inbox and test its functionality by assigning specific buildings to enumerators.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Collect 3D features from a stereo map (ArcGIS Pro)
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Using a collection of stereo imagery loaded into a mosaic dataset, you will use stereo viewing and mapping in ArcGIS Pro to collect new 3D rooftop point features. This will help establish a pattern that city officials can use to visually analyze imagery and compile three-dimensional (3D) features that can be used to update existing data and determine whether bylaws are being broken.

 

 

 

 

Analyze impacts of congressional redistricting with ArcGIS Insights (ArcGIS Insights/ArcGIS Online)

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You will use ArcGIS Insights to map and compare the various redistricting plans and use different charts to analyze the demographic information in the proposed plans. Once you have created your maps and charts of the plans, you will share your work so that stakeholders and decision makers can access it online.

 

 

 

 
Design a 3D local scene (ArcGIS Pro)

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Maps and scenes can both use illumination to achieve different effects. Maps use illumination mainly to make maps look more three dimensional by applying shaded relief or hillshades. A scene, however, needs a light source to illuminate it, and you can configure this light source to achieve different effects within the scene. Having a good understanding of these settings will allow you to add an extra level of quality to your 3D scenes. In this lesson, you'll use illumination settings, including sun position, shadows, and atmospheric effects; enable the north arrow and on-screen Navigator control; view content in a local and global scene; and work with parallel view mode to display features differently and more effectively.

 
Convert a list of historic places into a map (ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS Pro)
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In this lesson, you'll reformat a list of locations as a table. Then you'll geocode the table in ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS Pro. Geocoding is a process that converts location names to map coordinates. You'll review the matches produced by the geocoding process and fix any that are out of place. Finally, you'll apply a few edits to your new map before sharing it with your students.

 

 

 

 
 
Convert a static map into a web app and print map (ArcGIS Online/ArcGIS Pro/ArcGIS Dashboard)

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In these paired lessons you'll learn (1) how to share a web map from ArcGIS Pro, control which basemaps appear as you zoom in and out, and build a dashboard application that students can use to explore the map on a desktop or mobile device and (2) how to open a web map that you created in ArcGIS Online in the ArcGIS Pro desktop app. You'll change the map's projection, create a layout, adjust the labels, and export the map as a PDF.

 

 

 

Improve interpolations to map temperature (ArcGIS Online/ArcGIS Pro/ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst extension)

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With a set of sample temperature measurements, you can interpolate temperature values over an entire area to predict temperatures in locations where there are no samples. You can use geostatistics to make this interpolation, but the results will not be accurate if you do not have enough sample locations. You will create a temperature map for California's Sierra Nevada mountain range. In doing so, you will interpolate datasets that contain a different amount of points to see how accuracy improves when there are more samples. Because temperature is affected by elevation, you will include an elevation variable in your prediction to see if the temperature predictions improve when considering elevation. You can use either an ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS Enterprise account to sign in to ArcGIS Pro, depending on your set up.

 

Map ozone with a 3D interpolated fence (ArcGIS Online/ArcGIS Pro/ArcGIS Geostatistical Analyst extension)

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You will map ozone concentrations in a 3D vertical fence along the Interstate 10 highway, from Santa Monica on the coast to Palm Springs in the desert. You will use a Python script tool, built using geostatistical methods that can interpolate phenomena over a continuous surface from discrete input data. Normally, geostatistics is used to map concentrations horizontally. You will create a vertical interpolation to understand how ozone changes with height. You will also symbolize the fences layer and configure the pop-up to only display certain attributes. You can use either an ArcGIS Online or ArcGIS Enterprise account to sign in to ArcGIS Pro, depending on your set up.

 

Use 2D data in a 3D scene (ArcGIS Pro)

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The City of Portland has undertaken a project to update and modernize its citywide database by including more 3D data and capabilities. This project includes displaying orthophotos and draping layers over the surface to provide a map user with the ability to verify spatial alignment and 3D representations of real-world objects.

In this lesson, you'll shade a surface to emphasize variations in relief and drape content on the surface. You'll also add 3D symbology to layers.

 

 

Visualize D-Day in 3D (ArcGIS Earth)

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In this lesson, you will re-create the scene for the initial landing at D-Day using KMZ, KML, and OBJ files in ArcGIS Earth. By using the Interactive Analysis tools in ArcGIS Earth, you will be able to understand the viewshed range of different vehicles and weaponry. After completing this lesson, you will be able to employ similar techniques to re-create other battles for instructional purposes, or to gain a general overview of a battle plan using ArcGIS Earth.

 

 

New Learn Paths

A Learn Path is sequenced set of resources for learning about a particular topic. Here's a roundup of some new paths in the Learn ArcGIS Gallery that have appeared in the last month. 

 
Create and edit redistricting plans (ArcGIS Redistricting)
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Learn how to use the tools in Esri Redistricting to create and edit plans.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Analyze and review redistricting plans (ArcGIS Redistricting)
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Analyze plans with thematic maps, run reports to evaluate demographic distribution, and verify the integrity of redistricting plans.

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
Collaborate with other users and groups using Esri Redistricting (ArcGIS Redistricting)
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Take advantage of collaboration tools in Esri Redistricting to share and publish plans and engage with stakeholders.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Setting up ArcGIS for your school, a teacher's guide (ArcGIS Online)

 

Learn how to order and set up ArcGIS for your school.

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AdenaSchutzberg1
Esri Regular Contributor

New Learn Lessons
 

A Learn Lesson is a step-by-step tutorial that uses a real-world scenario to introduce key ArcGIS tools and workflows. Here's a roundup of new lessons in the Learn ArcGIS Gallery that have appeared in the last month.

Model bluespots to map flood risk (ArcGIS Pro/ArcGIS Spatial Analyst Extension)

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In this lesson, you will use bluespot modeling tools to explore a drainage basin north of Copenhagen, Denmark, that has been hit by several rainstorms in the past decades. You will investigate model results and observe the severe impact of flood inundation in residential areas located within landscape sinks that are filled during rainstorms, resulting in the flooding of homes and critical infrastructure. In the last optional module, you will explore how the bluespot modeling tools may be used to prepare and model similar occurrences in your own study area.

 

 
 
Assess tornado damage to Main Street Nashville (ArcGIS Online)

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In the middle of the night on March 3, 2020, a tornado tore across the greater Nashville area of Tennessee. Early reports identified businesses in the Main Street area of downtown Nashville that had been damaged or destroyed overnight. In just a few blocks, more than 30 buildings were affected. The emergency response crew will use this information to accelerate their in-person damage assessments. Your task is to help the crew by mapping the reported buildings and creating a grid to divide and prioritize resources.

You will build skills in creating and symbolizing points for reportedly damaged buildings and creating and editing a tessellation grid for planning an assessment.

 
Explore dynamic imagery of a volcano eruption (ArcGIS Online/ArcGIS Pro)

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In 2018, the eruption of the Kilauea volcano on Hawaii’s Big Island was a major event and caused significant destruction. In this lesson, as an imagery analyst at the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, you'll prepare and explore multispectral Landsat satellite imagery captured before, during, and after the eruption. You'll learn to search and discover dynamic imagery layers in ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World. You'll then apply temporal and spectral capabilities of dynamic imagery to select specific images from a layer and apply different band combinations to it. You'll then open the imagery you've prepared in ArcGIS Pro and start exploring it further.

 

 
How far can you see? (ArcGIS Online)

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In this lesson, you want to build your dream home within sight of Lake Junaluska, a bucolic area in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. You’ll use a viewshed tool to determine which of the three proposed locations offers the best views of the lake. You will build skills in filtering layers with logical queries, using the Create viewshed tool and analyzing imagery.

 

 

 

 

 
Find the meeting locations of a network of associates (ArcGIS Pro Intelligence)

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In this lesson, you're a law enforcement officer who has identified a person of interest in a recent crime. Because the crime was too substantial to be carried out by a single person, you want to identify the individual's network of associates. To do so, you'll analyze the meeting locations of the person of interest based on the location of their cell phone. Then, you'll pinpoint individuals with whom the person of interest is interacting. You'll perform the analysis in ArcGIS Pro Intelligence, a customized version of ArcGIS Pro tailored for intelligence workflows.

 

 
 
 
Identify suspects with movement analysis (ArcGIS Pro Intelligence)

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In this lesson, you're a law enforcement officer who has been tracking the activity of a criminal syndicate. Through your investigations, you've identified three locations where the syndicate is known to operate. Now, you want to know who is visiting those locations. To find out, you'll analyze cell phone records to find individuals who frequently appear at or near the locations of interest. You'll perform the analysis in ArcGIS Pro Intelligence, a customized version of ArcGIS Pro tailored for intelligence workflows.

 

 

 
 
 
Predict ocean currents to plan remote well inspections (ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS 3D Analyst extension)

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In this lesson, you are a mission planner operating a Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) in the Gulf of Mexico. Using the seven-day forecast obtained from the Hybrid Coordinate Ocean Model (HYCOM) multidimensional raster, you will determine where and when the ocean currents are predicted to be calm enough to operate the ROV. In planning the mission to inspect and cap a set of wells, you will sample the HYCOM raster in the time and depth dimensions, create a chart to show dive opportunities, and visualize and animate the ocean current dynamics in 3D.

 

 
 

 

Get started with advanced formatting in ArcGIS Dashboards (ArcGIS Online/ArcGIS Dashboards)

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As high winds and dry conditions are an ongoing problem in the state of California, state utility officials constantly monitor power outages. 

Using ArcGIS Dashboards, you will create a visually informative dashboard to view outages. Using advanced formatting in Arcade, you will be able to calculate the amount of time an outage has been active and add that information to the list of reported outages. Additionally, you will configure an alert that displays when a new outage has been reported.

 

 

New Learn Paths

A Learn Path is sequenced set of resources for learning about a particular topic. Here's a roundup of some new paths in the Learn ArcGIS Gallery that have appeared in the last month. 

 
Add 3D to a Vintage Map (ArcGIS Pro)

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How to add modern hillshading to beautiful old topographic or geologic maps.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Collect geological data with ArcGIS Field Maps (ArcGIS Field Maps)

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Learn how to collect mineralogical data in the field using Field Maps.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
Building a winning story with ArcGIS StoryMaps (ArcGIS StoryMaps)

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Building a winning story with ArcGIS StoryMaps

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

Try Esri Redistricting (Esri Redistricting)

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Explore an overview of Esri Redistricting and resources to get started.

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AdenaSchutzberg1
Esri Regular Contributor

New Learn Lessons
 

A Learn Lesson is a step-by-step tutorial that uses a real-world scenario to introduce key ArcGIS tools and workflows. Here's a roundup of new lessons in the Learn ArcGIS Gallery that have appeared in the last month.

Design infographics in ArcGIS Business Analyst (ArcGIS Business Analyst Web App)

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A railway company operates both rail lines and intermodal facilities—locations where cargo is switched from one mode of transport to another—in Iowa. The railway's GIS manager wants to find businesses throughout the state that are likely to need and use intermodal facilities for freight shipping. In this lesson, you will customize an infographic template in three phases. First, you will explore the infographic builder to get comfortable with the design and editing tools. Next, you will add a map to your infographic and link it to data in the other infographic panels. Finally, you will customize the style and branding of your infographic.

 

 
Establish context with locator maps in ArcGIS StoryMaps (ArcGIS Online)

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The Dene Kʼéh Kusān story by the Dena Kayeh Institute is the second-place winner in the 2020 ArcGIS StoryMaps Competition for the Sustainable Development Goals. It is particularly striking for its use of locator maps and map choreography, which help create a broader understanding of place throughout the narrative. In this lesson, you'll re-create a portion of the story to learn how to use these techniques effectively.

 

 
 
 
 
Investigate a crime by finding cotravelers (ArcGIS Pro Intelligence)

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A cotraveler is someone who travels in tandem with another individual or object across both space and time. If criminals met with a group to plan their activities, or fled the scene of the crime with a getaway driver, determining cotravelers can help pinpoint suspects. In this lesson, you'll perform cotraveler analysis on fictional cell phone records to identify potential accomplices suspected of participating in a robbery. You'll perform the analysis in ArcGIS Pro Intelligence, a customized version of ArcGIS Pro tailored for intelligence workflows. After the analysis, you'll review the results and reach conclusions regarding the cotravelers you identified.

 

 

Site a sustainable shrimp farm (ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Spatial Analyst Extension)

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In recent years, Costa Rica has been developing organic and sustainable shrimp farming. In particular, it is trying to move the production away from mangrove forests, as intensive shrimp farming is destructive to that environment. It also encourages a practice that does away with the heavy use of chemicals and antibiotics. As the new approach to shrimp farming is increasingly successful, local farmers are looking for potential locations for new organic and sustainable shrimp farms. In this lesson you'll use the ArcGIS Pro Suitability Modeler to locate new potential farming sites in the Gulf of Nicoya, Costa Rica based on several criteria. You'll generate a suitability map indicating the most favorable areas based on the criteria. Then, from the suitability map, you'll identify the five best potential shrimp locations.

Map your community cleanup (ArcGIS Field Maps, ArcGIS Insights)

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You're organizing a community cleanup event. You and your fellow community members will pick up various litter throughout your community and identify what resources are needed to maintain clean spaces. In this lesson, you'll prepare a map and form for data collection. As you collect litter during the event, you'll record data using ArcGIS Field Maps. When the event is over, you'll visualize the litter data using ArcGIS Insights.

 

 
 
 
Plan education outreach with Mexican census data (ArcGIS Online)

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You are a GIS Intern working for an educational non-profit. The organization uses Census data to determine what areas would benefit most from outreach, including building schools, providing books and other school supplies, and sponsoring youth education programs

You are tasked with becoming familiar with public census education data and creating an informative map to share with the team. You can do this with ArcGIS Online. You will add public, ready-to-use, Mexican Census layers to Map Viewer and configure the layers with custom symbology, pop-ups, and charts.

 
 
 
Tell an interactive story using map actions (ArcGIS Online, Microsoft Word)

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There is no doubt that maps are a central part of the ArcGIS StoryMaps experience! But knowing how to choreograph the presentation of those maps and adjust what they will show will help take your stories to the next level. Map actions allow your readers to control what the map shows and elevates them from passive to interactive readers. Map actions engage your readers and reward their curiosity, such as by allowing them to turn layers on and off to reveal additional map details. Map actions can also be configured to allow readers to change the map extent, such as clicking on a button and zooming in to a city or panning to a different country. In this lesson, you'll set up a story's map actions.

 

Create a COVID-19 dashboard (ArcGIS Online/ArcGIS Dashboards)

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Doctors first identified the virus responsible for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in early 2020. The virus quickly spread, bringing the disease to every continent.

The Center for Systems Science and Engineering (CSSE) at Johns Hopkins University soon began collecting and updating information on the location of confirmed COVID-19 cases, deaths, and recoveries. In this lesson, you'll build three maps of COVID-19 cases using real-time data feeds provided by CSSE. Then you will combine the maps and other information to create a dashboard illustrating the current pattern of worldwide cases.

 

Illuminate terrain with a custom hillshade (ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Pro)

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Hillshading—also known as shaded relief—is a technique that visually communicates terrain. It depicts the 3D surface of a landscape on a flat map by simulating how light and shadow might fall on that surface. Hillshading has a long history in cartography, and there are many methods and techniques for achieving this visual effect.

In this lesson, you'll use ArcGIS Pro raster functions to build a custom hillshade of part of the Great Rift Valley of Ethiopia. The hillshade you create will be informed by observations about how light works in the real world. You'll learn a repeatable technique to create dynamic and attractive hillshades in any area, how to share the results with others, and how to blend hillshades into other layers of your map.

 

Train a model to identify street signs (ArcGIS Online/ArcGIS Enterprise, ArcGIS Survey123, ArcGIS Notebooks, ArcGIS API for Python)

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While machine learning tasks in the office may replace some human activities, in the field they often complement or enhance field work activities instead of replace them. In this lesson, you'll build and verify a model that can be used to automatically identify street signs based on images manually captured in ArcGIS Survey123.

First, you'll acquire a representative collection of training images captured using Survey123. Next, you'll use the images to train a model with ArcGIS Notebooks. Once the necessary model files are created, you'll use them in conjunction with the Survey123 SmartCamera to test the model's predictions and classify survey photos.

 

Shade equity - Determine tree planting locations with suitability analysis (ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Spatial Analyst extension, ArcGIS Business Analyst Desktop)

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To promote equitable access to green infrastructure , and to mitigate climate change, the City of Los Angeles plans to plant 90,000 trees by the end of 2021 . There are many benefits to increasing tree canopy coverage across a city. Trees provide shade, lower surface and air temperatures by as much as 10 degrees , provide protection from direct sunlight, and help reduce the risk of heat-related illnesses .

The City of Los Angeles wants to ensure that the trees are planted in the areas that need it most, with a focus on social and environmental equity. In this lesson, as a GIS analyst for the city, you'll use spatial analysis to build a model that prioritizes the distribution of 90,000 trees across the census tracts of the city.

 

New Learn Paths

A Learn Path is sequenced set of resources for learning about a particular topic. Here's a roundup of new paths in the Learn ArcGIS Gallery that have appeared in the last month. 

Try ArcGIS for Power BI (ArcGIS for Power BI)

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Create interactive maps that highlight patterns in your data.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Working with spatiotemporal data in ArcGIS Pro Intelligence (ArcGIS Pro Intelligence)

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Using, analyzing, and visualizing activity in both space and time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Try the Insights scripting environment (ArcGIS Insights)

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Use the Insights scripting environment for data engineering and to extend your analysis with Python and R.

 

 

 

 

 

 
Use ArcGIS Insights for public safety (ArcGIS Insights)

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Learn how to use Insights for public safety and emergency response.

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New Learn Lessons
 

A Learn Lesson is a step-by-step tutorial that uses a real-world scenario to introduce key ArcGIS tools and workflows. Here's a roundup of new lessons in the Learn ArcGIS Gallery that have appeared in the last month.

Build an app to expand food access (ArcGIS Online)

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You are part of a community advocacy group that wants to create an app to show how farmers markets are located in the District of Columbia in relation to other grocery and food retail stores, as well as the poverty status and racial and ethnic composition of the community. You have a meeting with a District farmers' market co-op. You want to present an app that can be used to provide decision support to farmers market managers looking to increase the number of markets for which public assistance benefits such as SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) and WIC (the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children) are accepted.

 
Measure and visualize digital exclusion (ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Online)

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Are there race groups that are more digitally excluded than others in the United States? After performing the data analysis in ArcGIS Pro, you will build a web app to share your findings. This lesson provides a conceptual framework for applying geospatial technology to study socioeconomic indicators through the lens of racial equity. 

 

 
 
 
 
 
Create and use a mosaic dataset (ArcGIS Pro)

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In this lesson, you'll focus on the management and storage of large volumes of imagery and remote sensing data in ArcGIS Pro. You will explore the challenges of working with multiple images individually and create a mosaic dataset that will allow you to work with the collection of seamless images, making them accessible and turning them into useful information products for both visualization and analysis. Next, you will enhance the mosaic dataset by applying and incorporating analysis functionality and, finally, add and use a catalog of imagery from an ArcGIS Living Atlas mosaic dataset.

 

 

Design a layout for a thematic map (ArcGIS Pro or ArcGIS Experience Builder)

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Maps usually include titles, legends, and other information to help explain them. Just like in a print map, a clear layout design for an online map helps people understand what the map aims to communicate. You've designed a map of languages in India to celebrate International Mother Language Day and will design a layout to help it tell its story.

 

 
 
 
 
Measure global hunger (ArcGIS Online)

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The United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 2: Zero Hunger aims to end hunger and ensure access by all people, especially people in vulnerable situations, to safe, nutritious, and sufficient food all year round by 2030. In this lesson, you'll use United Nations Sustainable Development Goals data to compare hunger in the forms of undernourishment and food insecurity for the world's population.

 

 
 
 
Crowdsource student hangouts (ArcGIS Online)

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As part of a class group representing the youth in your area, you're interested in learning what facilities are available to you around your school. Are there parks, play areas, sport facilities, and indoor entertainment venues? Can these facilities be used during the day and after dark? Do people feel safe in these areas? Are they actually used? Do the facilities in the area suit the people who live there? Can these facilities be accessed by walking from school? You'll create a survey, collect data and analyze the results.

 
 
 
 
Extract 3D buildings from lidar data (ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS 3D Analyst extension)

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Tuborg Havn is a newly redeveloped mixed-use neighborhood in Copenhagen, Denmark. The City of Copenhagen wants a 3D model of the buildings in the neighborhood to use in further urban planning activities, flood prediction analysis, shadow impact analyses, viewshed and line of sight analyses, and more. As a remote sensing analyst for the city, you'll use lidar point cloud data in ArcGIS Pro to extract the 3D representation. You'll create and classify a LAS dataset, extract a digital elevation model (DEM) and 2D building footprints, and generate 3D multipatch buildings.

 

 

 

New Learn Paths

A Learn Path is sequenced set of resources for learning about a particular topic. Here's a roundup of new paths in the Learn ArcGIS Gallery that have appeared in the last month. 

Try ArcGIS for Power BI (ArcGIS for Power BI)

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Create interactive maps that highlight patterns in your data.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
Working with spatiotemporal data in ArcGIS Pro Intelligence (ArcGIS Pro Intelligence)

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Using, analyzing, and visualizing activity in both space and time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Try the Insights scripting environment (ArcGIS Insights)

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Use the Insights scripting environment for data engineering and to extend your analysis with Python and R.

 

 

 

 

 

 
Use ArcGIS Insights for public safety (ArcGIS Insights)

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Learn how to use Insights for public safety and emergency response.

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AdenaSchutzberg1
Esri Regular Contributor

New Learn Lessons
 

A Learn Lesson is a step-by-step tutorial that uses a real-world scenario to introduce key ArcGIS tools and workflows. Here's a roundup of new lessons in the Learn ArcGIS Gallery that have appeared in the last month.

Convert a paper census form to a digital survey (ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Survey123 Connect)

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In this lesson, you'll create a basic questionnaire for the Zambian census using Survey123. You'll adapt typical census questions from a paper form to a digital survey that can be accessed and filled in using mobile devices. You'll also implement advanced functionality, such as filtering questions based on previous answers and conducting on-the-fly calculations.

 

 
 
 
 
 
Visualize construction planning in 3D (ArcGIS Pro)

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In this lesson, you work at an architectural firm and have been tasked to create a web scene showing a new building project in its urban setting. In ArcGIS Pro, you'll use an integrated mesh representing an entire city in 3D, modify it, and add to it a scene layer containing the planned building. You'll then publish the result as a web scene in ArcGIS Online. As the architects produce new versions of the building plans, you'll update the scene layer so that the stakeholders can see how the project progresses.

 

 
 
 
Market property potential with data-driven infographics (ArcGIS Business Analyst Web App)

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In this lesson, you'll map information about two available properties in Southern California. After creating sites for the properties, you'll use an infographic template in ArcGIS Business Analyst to create property flyers. Finally, you'll use side-by-side infographics to dive deeper into the demographics and geography of the sites in an effort to guide further marketing decisions.

 

 

 

 

New Learn Paths

A Learn Path is sequenced set of resources for learning about a particular topic. Here's a roundup of new paths in the Learn ArcGIS Gallery that have appeared in the last month. 

Multivariate maps (ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Pro)

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Multivariate maps show two or more things at the same time. Discover the many ways to make them in ArcGIS Pro or ArcGIS Online.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mapping with margins of error (ArcGIS Online)

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Learn about margins of error and how to use them in your maps.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Get started with location tracking in ArcGIS Field Maps (Field Maps)

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Use location tracking in Field Maps to know where your mobile workforce is in real time and understand where they've been.

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AdenaSchutzberg1
Esri Regular Contributor

New Learn Lessons
 

A Learn Lesson is a step-by-step tutorial that uses a real-world scenario to introduce key ArcGIS tools and workflows. Here's a roundup of new lessons in the Learn ArcGIS Gallery that have appeared in the last month.

Assess hail damage in cornfields with satellite imagery (ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Spatial Analyst extension)

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The region of Taber and Barnwell, in Alberta, Canada has a large production of corn and other crops. In early August 2019, the upcoming harvest was severely impacted when a major hailstorm ripped through the region. Hailstones driven by winds that reached more than 140 kilometers per hour (or 87 miles per hour) tore through the area. As an imagery analyst for a local farmer organization, you'll perform a first damage assessment. You'll explore multispectral imagery captured before and after the hailstorm. You'll then apply a vegetation index on both images, compute the difference, and extract the average loss of healthy vegetation in each field

 

 
Develop your own ArcGIS Hub template (ArcGIS Hub Premium)

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The City of Springfield's general plan is being updated to help create a sustainable future for the city by 2040. As a planner for Springfield, your task is to create a digital version of the update.

In this lesson, you'll transform the city's general plan update into an interactive, collaborative website using ArcGIS Hub. Your site will present the update's purpose in a user-friendly way and provide surveys and events to drive community engagement. You'll also create a template based on your site so other departments can make similar sites for their own initiatives.

 

 
Expand a business network with demographics (ArcGIS Business Analyst Web App)

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A railway company operates both rail lines and intermodal facilities—locations where cargo is switched from one mode of transport to another—in Iowa. The railway's GIS manager wants to find businesses throughout the state that are likely to need and use intermodal facilities for freight shipping. Understanding businesses proximate to intermodal facilities will help the railway expand its network of customers.

The GIS manager will map intermodal facilities in Iowa, add parameters to determine each nearby business's suitability, then interpret and share the results of the suitability analysis.

 

Visualize and explore coral reef habitats with voxels (ArcGIS Pro)

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You can explore the ecological range that corals live in with a voxel layer displaying Ecological Marine Unit (EMU) data. EMU data consists of 3D renderings of observations about ocean characteristics based on 50-year averages; the visual analysis done in this lesson might therefore not be indicative of the present-day scenario.

Typically, NOAA estimates that optimal water temperatures for coral reefs are between 73° and 84° Fahrenheit (23°-–29°Celsius). The salinity for most reef-building corals ranges from 32 to 42 parts per thousand. You will use voxels to determine areas where the salinity and temperature create an environment that is more conducive to coral bleaching.

 

Perform obstacle analysis with ArcGIS Aviation Airports (ArcGIS Pro Standard or ArcGIS Pro Advanced,  ArcGIS Aviation Airports extension)

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This lesson provides an introduction to ArcGIS Aviation Airports, describing how to load, analyze, and visualize potential aviation obstructions. In the lesson, you'll take the role of a GIS analyst for the San Francisco International Airport (SFO). The SFO airport manager is planning on doing construction on a rental car service building near the end of runway 10R. You must analyze the proposed locations of a construction crane and determine if it presents a danger to aircraft operating in the area.

 

 

 
Design symbology for a thematic map in ArcGIS Pro (ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Online)

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In this lesson, you'll build a simple, clear, and attractive map of population in Indonesia. You'll symbolize province polygons, city points, and road lines. Along the way, you'll learn about common design decisions that will help you create effective symbology for your own thematic maps.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Design symbology for a thematic map in ArcGIS Online (ArcGIS Online)

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In this lesson, you'll build a simple, clear, and attractive map of population in Indonesia. You'll symbolize province polygons, city points, and road lines. Along the way, you'll learn about common design decisions that will help you create effective symbology for your own thematic maps.

 

 

 

 

Explore future climate projections (ArcGIS Pro)

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Although climate change has become a major political topic, most people have never explored climate data or models of possible future climates. The data is often stored in scientific file formats that require specialized software and can seem unintelligible to those unfamiliar with climate terms and concepts. In this lesson, you'll map historical and projected climate data in ArcGIS Pro. You'll learn about climate at both local and global levels, as well as how climate might change in the future. Overall, you'll gain understanding of major climate concepts and familiarity with real climate data.

 

 
Identify crime patterns with intelligence-led policing (ArcGIS Insights, ArcGIS Online)

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You are a crime analyst with the city's Intelligence-Led Policing (ILP) unit, responsible for analyzing data and providing actionable direction for law enforcement activities. You have been tasked by your captain to look at the most common crime types (for example, auto theft) and determine where and when these crimes most often occur in the city. You will use ArcGIS Insights to prepare, visualize, analyze, and ultimately share your results to help make informed police resource decisions regarding auto thefts in a city.

You can use ArcGIS Insights, ArcGIS Insights desktop, or ArcGIS Insights in ArcGIS Enterprise to complete this lesson. The lesson is written for ArcGIS Insights desktop but works the same in the other apps. You can choose the app that is appropriate to your organization.

 

New Learn Paths

A Learn Path is sequenced set of resources for learning about a particular topic. Here's a roundup of new paths in the Learn ArcGIS Gallery that have appeared in the last month. 

Create reports in ArcGIS Insights (ArcGIS Insights)

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Design and share compelling reports using ArcGIS Insights.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Analyze track data captured in Field Maps (ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Field Maps, ArcGIS Tracker)

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Analyze the patterns of mobile workers and visualize where they've been using ArcGIS Pro.

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New Learn Lessons
 

A Learn Lesson is a step-by-step tutorial that uses a real-world scenario to introduce key ArcGIS tools and workflows. Here's a roundup of new lessons in the Learn ArcGIS Gallery that have appeared in the last month.

Automate updates to web feature layers without scripting (ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Dashboards)

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This lesson illustrates using an ArcGIS ModelBuilder model to automatically schedule updates to a web feature layer using the ArcGIS Pro geoprocessing scheduling functionality. All steps in this lesson can be executed using basic ArcGIS out-of-the-box functionality in which no scripting or additional extensions are required.

 

 

 

 
 
Get started with multidimensional multispectral imagery (ArcGIS Pro)

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In this lesson, you'll learn how to generate a multidimensional mosaic dataset that contains Landsat multispectral imagery, showing the copper mine at different points in time. You'll convert the dataset to Esri's native Cloud Raster Format (CRF) and run a quick analysis for visualizing how this copper mine has changed over time.

 

 

 

 
Edit features to create enumeration areas (ArcGIS Pro)

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In this lesson, you'll use ArcGIS Pro to create and modify enumeration areas and other census-related geographic data in Zambia. In the process, you'll learn the basics of feature editing in ArcGIS.

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
Evaluate COVID-19 financial vulnerability (ArcGIS Pro, ArcGIS Business Analyst)

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This lesson outlines a proposed data-driven approach for mapping the level of financial vulnerability across a region. Financial vulnerability occurs when income and liquid financial assets are insufficient to cover debt payments and basic living costs. Just as you can't measure physical health by only looking at blood pressure, you can't measure financial health by only looking at a single variable. For this lesson, you'll model financial vulnerability as a function of income, expenditures, and external factors that can negatively impact income.

 

 

 
Explore and animate geological data with voxels (ArcGIS Pro)

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This lesson introduces the voxel layer's visual analytics capabilities, specifically for discrete data. By using the Netherlands' geological categories visualized with voxel layer functionality, you will create section diagrams, areas of interest, and export your visual analysis results as animations for effective storytelling.

You'll visualize the geological characteristics of this landscape with the voxel layer. The voxel layer is based on geological data from The Geological Survey of the Netherlands. The data that you will use is a detailed three-dimensional model of the shallow subsurface up to a depth of 50 meters below NAP (Amsterdam Ordnance Datum).

 
Fill gaps in your data with areal interpolation (ArcGIS Pro/ArcGIS Statistical Analyst)

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In this lesson, you'll use the second method—geostatistics—to map the spatial variation of data across the entire study area. Predicted values are then pulled from the resulting map to fill the gaps in your data. Geostatistics allows you to predict values in locations that have not been measured, using data from measurements elsewhere in your study area. Typically geostatistics uses point data, but it can also interpolate from data stored in polygons, as you'll use in this lesson.

 

 

 

New Learn Paths

A Learn Path is sequenced set of resources for learning about a particular topic. Here's a roundup of new paths in the Learn ArcGIS Gallery that have appeared in the last month. 

Perform analysis in ArcGIS Insights (ArcGIS Insights)

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Use Insights to perform analysis using spatial and nonspatial techniques.

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AdenaSchutzberg1
Esri Regular Contributor

New Learn Lessons

A Learn Lesson is a step-by-step tutorial that uses a real-world scenario to introduce key ArcGIS tools and workflows. Here's a roundup of new lessons in the Learn ArcGIS Gallery that have appeared in the last month.

Build a 3D globe app with the ArcGIS API for JavaScript (ArcGIS API for JavaScript)

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This lesson provides an introduction toArcGIS API for JavaScript, describing how to create the Half-Earth Project globe as well as a data uploader to visualize shapefiles on it. For analysis of this data, the resolution has to be adequate. Learn more about analyzing biodiversity data in this lesson.
 

 

 

 
 
Examine racial inequities in unsolved murder cases (ArcGIS Pro)

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In this lesson, you'll use statistical analysis in ArcGIS Pro to identify American cities where unsolved homicides are most prevalent. Then, you'll assess which segments of the population are most impacted and determine whether there is any racial or demographic inequity in regards to unsolved homicides. This workflow doesn't address why homicides remain unsolved; the reasons are complex and varied. But as you work through the lesson, you'll have opportunities to think about possible causes and implications.

 

 

Interpolate values (ArcGIS Online)

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In this lesson, you'll use interpolation to predict the elevation pattern across the state of Oaxaca, Mexico, and predict the air quality pattern across India.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Share raster data as an analytical image service (ArcGIS Pro)

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Imagery is an integral component to creating visually appealing maps that can provide a more realistic perspective of your data for mapping and visualization. While imagery is great for mapping and visualization, you can also use it for analytical purposes. You will combine several image layers for each island in Hawaii into a mosaic dataset. Once you combine the images into a mosaic dataset, you will include it in a land cover classification story produced by NOAA's Office for Coastal Management. The story is a map tour of the land cover classes in NOAA's Coastal Change and Analysis Program (CCAP), but it currently does not include Hawaii. Your goal is to create a map layer for Hawaii to complete the story and publish it to ArcGIS Image Server for others to use. When complete, the image layer will show land cover types in various maps, but it may also be used directly in ArcGIS Pro for analysis to count the area of the different types of land cover.
 
Use infographics to understand total addressable market (Business Analyst Web App)

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A railway company operates rail lines throughout Iowa. The railway company wants to understand the consumer and business market near its intermodal and grain facilities to better serve the Iowa farming community, as well as a set of target industries whose products are less costly to transport by rail. The marketing manager for the railway wants to find businesses in specific industries, located at various distances from the lines, to understand the total addressable market (TAM). The manager wants to present this information to railway executives to launch a campaign targeted to businesses nearby.

First, you'll map rail lines in Iowa in ArcGIS Online. You will add data about active rail lines in Iowa. Then, you will add buffers around these routes and import this layer to ArcGIS Business Analyst Web App. Finally, you will create an infographic to show market prospects within 1, 3, and 5 miles of the rail lines.

Evaluate Ethiopia’s changing landscape (ArcGIS Pro/ArcGIS Image Analyst)

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Ethiopia is currently experiencing the largest infestation of desert locusts to hit Eastern Africa in decades. The United Nations' Food and Agricultural Organization is calling the locust invasion "an unprecedented threat to food security and livelihoods" as a result of a decline in vegetation coverage and crop productivity throughout the country. In the past few decades, Ethiopia has also changed due to population growth, resulting in expanding urban areas and agriculture, to the detriment of forest and other natural vegetation, in populated regions of the country.

To analyze these different types of land cover change in Ethiopia, you will use the Change Detection Wizard in ArcGIS Pro. First, you'll analyze long-term land cover changes from 1992 to 2018 using a land cover dataset. Then, you'll identify areas where there has been vegetation loss due to locust infestations in 2020, using imagery data.

 

New Learn Paths

A Learn Path is sequenced set of resources for learning about a particular topic. Here's a roundup of new paths in the Learn ArcGIS Gallery that have appeared in the last month. 

Enter data faster and more accurately in Survey123 (Survey123)

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Explore the different ways you can improve the quality and speed of data collection with Survey123.

 

 

 

 

 

Getting started with Police Transparency (Police Transparency solution)

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Learn how law enforcement agencies can use the Police Transparency solution to share authoritative information and communicate engagement efforts that build trust with the general public and community stakeholders.

 

 

 

 

 

Learn Python with ArcGIS Notebooks (ArcGIS Online Notebooks)
notebook.pngLearn how to use Python in ArcGIS Notebooks. This path contains a set of ArcGIS Online Notebooks that you can use to learn how to create Python code for data visualization, analysis, and management on any platform, via ArcGIS Online.


 

Try data collection in ArcGIS Field Maps (ArcGIS Field Maps)
fieldmaps.pngCreate a map for data collection and use Field Maps to configure the map and capture data in the field.

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