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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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