ArcGIS Pro: Migrating from ArcMap - UC 2021 - Technical Session Resources

07-11-2021 11:00 PM
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We want to thank you for joining the ArcGIS Pro: Migrating from ArcMap technical session!

Below are links to the resources we mentioned during the presentation plus a few more to help you get started.

Resources from the presentation

ArcGIS Desktop Product Life Cycle web page

ArcMap Continued Support web page

ArcGIS Pro Terminology Guide (PDF)

Visual differences in imported map documents

Migrating Python scripts from ArcMap (python 2.x) to ArcGIS Pro (python 3.x): Analyze tools for Pro

Migrating from ArcMap to ArcGIS Pro - 2 day instructor-led course 

Getting started resources

Getting Started with ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Pro Basics web courses.

Migrate to ArcGIS Pro Learning Plan 

Learn ArcGIS: Migrate from ArcMap to ArcGIS Pro

ArcGIS Pro interface tour of where common functions can be found.

This What’s New in ArcGIS Pro (includes short overview videos for each release) is for version 2.8 and talks about the changes in each release.

This is the Roadmap to see where the software is heading.

If you are looking for a geoprocessing tool and not sure if it is available, see the Tools not available in ArcGIS Pro article.

For a tour of ArcCatalog in ArcGIS Pro there is Dude, where's my catalog? that compares ArcCatalog, the Catalog Pane, and Catalog View (which is where the ArcCatalog functionality is in ArcGIS Pro).

Editing resources

Editing in ArcGIS Pro – article about editing

Editing Basics in ArcGIS Pro – Web Course

Analysis resources

ArcGIS Pro Tool Reference

Migrating Models from ArcMap to ArcGIS Pro


Style resource

How to Import Styles into ArcGIS Pro - this short video walks you through the different ways to import styles


Jupyter Notebooks in ArcGIS Pro resources

Introducing Notebooks in ArcGIS Pro – Blog Post

Notebooks in ArcGIS Pro – a great place to start with additional links

Additional resources





Esri Community


Developer Resources

About the Author
Stephanie Oliver has worked in the GIS industry for over 15 years, much of that in the public sector. She has extensive experience with transportation, utilities, cartography, and emergency management. She teaches both Desktop and Enterprise classes.