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Friday
Jul032015

Smart Mapping in ArcGIS Online

Back in March, Smart Mapping was added to ArcGIS Online. One of the aims is to make it easier to produce effective maps of your data, but it also adds sophisticated style options to ArcGIS Online. If you haven’t looked at it yet, or have only used a few bits, it’s worth taking a look through the series of blog posts on it.

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Thursday
Jun252015

Esri UK Open Data Portal Update

Updated on Thursday, June 25, 2015 at 5:19PM by Registered CommenterAlasdair Hind

You might have noticed the ESRI UK Open Data Portal had a little make-over recently. If this your first time hearing about our Esri UK Open Data Portal site, I urge you to have a look around, you might find something you like! A new Education theme has been added and the site includes some beta features of ArcGIS Open Data.

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Thursday
Jun182015

GIS in BIM: plan, design, build and operate

In a previous post I looked at the BIM process as it is being defined in the UK and where GIS fits in. BIM isn’t just about using attributed 3D digital design or facilities management with maps - but is about collating and managing digital data throughout the lifecycle of a building, site or other infrastructure. This post takes a closer look at how some of the tools in the ArcGIS platform can play their part.

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Friday
Jun122015

Working with OS MasterMap Water Layer in the ArcGIS Platform

Updated on Thursday, June 18, 2015 at 12:30PM by Registered CommenterAlasdair Hind

Ordnance Survey have released OS MasterMap Water Network, a new OS MasterMap layer. It provides the flow, centre line geometry and height of all rivers, streams, lakes, lochs and canals across Great Britain. The layer is a structured link/node representation of all connected watercourses including the underground network (inferred based on entry and exit points). This article takes you through loading (Productivity Suite is not required), merging, de-duplicating and creating a geometric water network.

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Monday
Jun012015

Contribute to the Living Atlas of the World

You can now contribute your layers, maps, apps, scenes and story maps to be included into the Living Atlas of the World. This can be done via the new Contributor App.

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