ArcGIS for Nonprofits maps and apps empower donors and nonprofits with GIS solutions to support their missions around the world.
NITF for ArcGIS for Linux Server lets you directly view and write NITF data within ArcGIS. The U.S. Joint Interoperability Test Command (JITC) certifies the extension to complexity level (C-Level) 7, the highest level of compliance. The extension also allows … Continue reading
The cached demographic maps have provided colorful, interesting maps about the population of the United States for several years from ArcGIS Online. They are often used as a stand-alone map to help people understand their local neighborhood, town or metro area, … Continue reading
A compelling reason to implement Data Reviewer for your quality control (QC) program is to leverage the extension’s automated data validation capabilities. These include forty-two (42) user-configurable checks as well as the ability to create custom checks using programming languages … Continue reading
Atlases have long been used by people to help navigate and understand our world. A traditional atlas consists of a collection of static maps portraying various aspects of geography, bound together in book form and updated with new information at … Continue reading
This week a few members of the Esri team will be at the FOSS4G North America held in Minneapolis, Minnesota. FOSS4G-NA is yearly regional event of OSGeo – the Open Source Geospatial Foundation – highlighting community projects, open-source tools, and … Continue reading