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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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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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Esri UK are preparing for the OS AddressBase Schema Changes

The Ordnance Survey have announced schema changes to the AddressBase products. These schema changes will impact Esri UK customers who are using the AddressBase products within the ArcGIS platform. There will be new releases of Esri UK’s Productivity Suite and LocatorHub products to handle data in the new schema. Customers will be required to upgrade to the new versions if they are using this data and want to continue to apply updates.

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Rather partial to a nice map

Esri have created a new cartography resource page: Maps We Love. What I really like is the dual aim to inspire but also to pass on insight into the design process. Clicking on each map takes you through to a page that summarises why the map was chosen, why it works and how it was put together.

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New Capabilities added to Esri UK’s Premium Online Content Services

We have recently added capabilities for WMS and offline caching to our premium data services and would appreciate feedback from our customers so that we can ensure that these capabilities meet your requirements. If you are already a customer of our Premium Online Content then you can start using these straight away. If not, free 30 days trials are available for customers who are licenced to use the premium Ordnance Survey data (e.g. under the PSMA).

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