Business Analyst is now available as a hosted web app and it allows you to import your own data. Time to get excited about the possibilities for us, here in the UK. Let’s have a look at what you can do.Read More
With the introduction of Insights to the ArcGIS Online platform it was an optimal time to learn more about using it! This blog focuses on how you easily you can now load data from The Living Atlas. Tonnes of fantastic datasets now at your fingertips!Read More
Insights for ArcGIS, the data analytics workbench tool has been released for use in ArcGIS Online. This post covers the merits of using Insights for ArcGIS in your online environment, as well as exploring the new features.Read More
Operations Dashboard for ArcGIS was redesigned last year and launched in the last update to ArcGIS Online. Last week it was released for ArcGIS Enterprise 10.6. You can now design, create and share dashboards through a browser.
The Living Atlas has blossomed for UK Data in 2017. If you've been super busy and missed the best of the contributions, fear not. This blog covers the UK data added to The Living Atlas that really caught our eye...Read More
Last week's release of ArcGIS 10.6 adds lots of new options to get more out of your Web GIS deployment. There are efficiency improvements for managing your content, improvements to collaboration options, new mapping styles and a big change to user licensing.Read More
The latest update for ArcGIS Pro, Esri’s flagship desktop application has arrived. With so many new features, even the most observant eye might miss some of the exciting advances that have been made in this most recent update. This blog will take you through my selection of the new tool developments and features in ArcGIS Pro 2.1.Read More
If you’re new to Workforce for ArcGIS, this blog aims to bring you up to speed with all the latest features and updates to the application and how you could benefit from enabling a common view between office and field. I've also included some handy tips to help you harness the full power of Workforce.Read More
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) have uploaded some great datasets to their ArcGIS Open Data Portal and The Living Atlas. They've used a range of customised features on their ArcGIS Open Data Portal and I wanted to share my top three.Read More
Some of the organisations I talk to want to use ArcGIS Online, but find that their security policies mean they are unable to store their data in the cloud. Enter ArcGIS Enterprise: Web GIS on your own infrastructure! With 10.6 just around the corner, I thought I'd write a little something on what ArcGIS Enterprise is all about.Read More
The December update to ArcGIS Online blew in with storm Caroline, bringing lots of new features and capabilities. Take a tour through what's new in: mapping, analysis, data management and organisation management.Read More
I've previously looked at how to implement a custom Other field in Survey123 and how to make survey results easier to analyse, or symbolise, when a survey includes the Other functionality.
In this blog I explore how to work with results that include the Other functionality, after the survey has been published, using Arcade.Read More
Survey123 is a very popular ArcGIS App for the Field and I'm always looking for ways to make sure it's delivering value for my users. This blog investigates making survey results easier to analyse, or symbolise, when a survey includes the 'Other' functionality.Read More
Arcade is a simple expression language that was introduced into the ArcGIS Platform at the end of 2016. It can be used to configure symbology, labelling and pop-ups and makes expressions portable across the ArcGIS Platform.Read More
Survey123 lets you create surveys for use on mobile devices or through a web browser. It’s an easy way to replace paper-based surveys because of the flexibility of its functionality. One example is the ability to allow users to enter an ‘Other’ value if the answer they need is not in the options list.Read More
The R-ArcGIS bridge lets you combine the strengths of the R statistical modelling package with ArcGIS. Whether you are a user of both systems or you work with colleagues that use R there is a workflow that can extend your analysis and visualisation options.