Esri has fully embraced Python for ArcGIS and sees Python as the language that fulfills the needs of the user community. Previous versions of ArcGIS Desktop (ArcMap and ArcGIS Pro up to version 1.2) used Python 2. Since the ArcGIS Pro 1.3 release, ArcGIS Desktop has made use of Python 3, bringing with it some changes to the tools. ArcPy is a Python site package that, when used with Python, provides a useful and productive
Desktop, Integration, Server, Tips and Tricks
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FIFA World Cup 2018 Stadium Guide – Russia The background story… The motivation to create this story map series application is sourced from my true love for soccer (or as some like to call it, ‘football’).  I have always watched and loved soccer, and have a key interest for the English, Spanish, German, and South African leagues. After following the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup, which was hosted in Russia, I was interested in how the
Map Series
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Very often important information is stored in related tables in a geodatabase. What happens if you want to symbolise a map using this data, or if you want to use this data as input into analysis tool and widgets? If your data resides in an Enterprise or Workgroup geodatabase you can simply create a view. It becomes a bit more tricky if your data is in a file geodatabase. This post will show you how
Tips and Tricks
Let’s kick the year off with something special – A customized progress /  increment bar for Survey123! For a recent survey that I designed I wanted to give the user visible feedback of a risk factor calculation. Have a look at the video below to see how striking the end result is: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rbmaRwJHoE?rel=0?autoplay=1 Let’s break the Progress / Increment Bar down into it’s capabilities: A color ramp to visualize the score (similar to the score
Apps, Mobile, Tips and Tricks
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Example Requirement: You are being tasked with creating a Disaster Risk Assessment form (as above) which requires the field worker to capture the risk factor associated with 14 Hazard Items: Avalanche Animal disease outbreak Drought Earthquake Epidemic Flood Hurricane Landslide Pandemic Tornado Tsunami Volcanic eruption Wildfire Winter storm Each of these Hazard Items require the field worker to assess the risk factors of the hazard as follows: Affected Area (Very small=1, Small=2, Medium=3, Large=4, Very
Apps, Mobile, Tips and Tricks
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