Insights tip: Share your analysis using Story Maps
Insights for ArcGIS is a great product to use when you need to do analysis, but sometimes just doing the analysis isn’t enough. Communicating your results with clients and colleagues is often required, and one of the best ways to share your results is through Story Maps . This blog will walk you through the steps to share your results and embed them into a Story Map Journal, one of the most popular Story Map templates Check out the Story Map Journal that…
How to Create an ArcGIS Story Map
This webinar goes through the steps to make a basic map and Story Map (journal format) using a free, public ArcGIS Online account.
How 'story maps' redraw the world using people's real-life experiences
From resettling Syrian refugees to mitigating climate change in Ecuador, interactive 'story maps' harvest communities' stories to help policymakers and neighbors better understand complex problems.
Five Fast Ways to Make Your Story Maps POP!
Professor Wing Cheung of Palomar College shares tips on how make Esri story maps stand out.
Story Maps Help Riders Learn About RTA Work
The work of the RTA benefits the region, though much of what the RTA does from day-to-day is not easily seen by our riders. Two members of our staff have found a creative way to help share that inf…
Wildfires in British Columbia (Story Map)
Those of you following the current wildfire situation in British Columbia, Canada as well as the smoky haze covering much of the Pacific NorthWest will find this of interest - enter the Story Map by Erin Philip, GIS analyst, Piers Consulting
Planning and Outlining Your Story Map: How to Set Yourself Up for Success
A good storyteller knows that the first step to crafting a compelling story map isn’t jumping into the builder; it’s taking time to prepare and map out your ideas. By working through foundational questions—who you’re making this story for, what you want them to learn, how you can connect with them most effectively—you’ll not only save time later in the creative process, but you’ll increase your…
10 tips for using Survey123 and Story Maps in your classroom
One professor shares advice for integrating Esri technology—Survey123 and Story Maps—into college courses, based on is own teaching experiences.
AFFC Lecture: Faith Maps Series with Shawn Copeland
St. John the Evangelist Parish Wednesday, April 10 at 7pm – AFFC Lecture: Faith Maps Series with Shawn Copeland Posted on April 10, 2013 | Comments Off on Wednesday, April 10 at 7pm – AFFC Lecture: Faith Maps Series with Shawn Copeland Shawn Copeland, Professor of Theology at BC and former President of the Catholic Theological Society of America, will speak on the German thinker Dorothy Soelle, whose Faith Map is described by Michael Paul Gallagher as providing a needed “…dimension of justice……
Data 101: Map Your Data Using Carto
Place is critical to our lives – whether we call a specific neighborhood home or need to travel for work or services – and maps help reveal the relationships between place and other types of data. Whether you are exploring a new dataset or you have a specific story you want to tell, maps are a valuable tool to display and uncover insights from data. Plus, they are fun to make! In this workshop, we will map data using Carto (formerly known as…
The MAPS Approach
What is a sustainable development pathway that is low in emissions and climate resilient?
Map it Out: How Maps can Help Your Story
If you’re in the midst of writing a fiction novel, we have some reasons why you should consider adding a map to your storyline.
Icom RS-MS1A Offline Map Feature
How to get Google Earth Pro: support.google.com/earth/answer/176160?hl=en
A Research Treasure Story: Gookin and How Map
By Elsa Hornfischer July 2014 In the early afternoon on June 6th, 2014, I headed up the grassy slope leading to the front door of one of Framingham’s priceless architectural treasures – the O…
How to Map a Cemetery
On May 5, 2018, at the annual conference of the Coalition to Protect Maryland Burial Sites, Vice President, Glenn Wallace describes a method of mapping a cem...
How To Use A Compass And Map
Knowing how to use a compass is crucial when heading out in the wilderness. *While there are many technical aspects involved in using a compass correctly, th...
Why Google Maps Is Better Than Apple Maps
The Problem With Map Projections and Why All Maps Are Wrong
Johnny Harris from Vox explains the problem with map projections (flattening a spherical globe to a two-dimensional surface) and why all maps are wrong, particularly the commonly used Mercator projection. My struggle to make a flat map out of the plastic globe is indicative of a challenge mapmakers have faced for
Maps We Love Gallery
Explore the Maps We Love gallery to see more examples of what’s possible with ArcGIS. Each map features inspiration, ideas & information that will empower you to create your own compelling maps.
How to use Google Maps
Use Google Maps on your computer, phone, or tablet to search, explore, and find your way around the world. On your computer, open Google Maps. On your phone or tablet, use the Google Maps app