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Is there a way to copy the methodology for heat maps in AGOL in Desktop?

Question asked by alexakorber on Dec 14, 2018



My organization uses point data layers and the heat map capability in AGOL to create some very nice heat maps. Unfortunately, when we try to mimic the process in Desktop we often get dissimilar results, namely maps that appear to be dragging points from odd places or making it seem as if there are data clusters in places where there are not. Is there any way to mimic the online heat map methodology in any of the point density tools available on Desktop? Or a way to export the heat map symbology in to a shapefile from AGOL to use in Desktop? 


Thank you,