A free ArcGIS User Seminar at the H. Lee Dennison Building in Hauppauge NY on Wednesday, October 16th 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM
This software entrepreneur wants executives to think like cartographers
Jack Dangermond, founder of the 45-year-old mapping software company Esri, thinks every businessperson needs more geospatial awareness. In Jack Dangermond’s world, an interactive map is worth 100 charts. He’s biased, of course. The privately-held geographic information systems (GIS) company that Dangermond founded 45 years ago with his wife—Esri, or Environmental […]
How GIS Can Aid Emergency Management
Susan Cutter, a geography professor at the University of South Carolina, discusses the use of GIS in emergency management and the ‘why of the where’ when working with maps. Read more…..
Get Started with ArcGIS Pro
In this five-lesson project, you’ll take a trip to Venice using ArcGIS Pro. You’ll build a two-dimensional map of the city and populate it with canals, structures, and some of Venice’s most famous landmarks. Then, you’ll convert the map into a three-dimensional scene. You’ll analyze and quantify the threat of acqua alta, before finally sharing your work online.
Administering Your PostgreSQL Geodatabase
Esri staff address a variety of PostgreSQL specific configuration and optimization techniques for enterprise geodatabase administrators.
A Quick Look at ArcGIS Pro
ArcGIS Program Manager Jim McKinney explains the basics of ArcGIS Pro, a new app that’s part of the ArcGIS 10.3 release.
Python as you already know is a programming language that is included in default installations of ArcGIS. There are many ways that you can learn how to use this language, some free and some not. I have put together a list of some training resources below: ESRI has web tutorials […]