Today, many options exist for using images in ArcGIS Online, including web mapping applications such as story maps. Choose a method that works best for your situation and needs. I have summarized some key methods in this document, which are a subset of the many methods that are valid. I have included the use of images in ArcGIS Online, Flickr,…(Show moreShow less)
I deleted my chapter 4c exercise map from EsriPress/GTKArcGIS/My Data, Student Desktop version 10.3. How might I retrieve another ex04c.mxd file? The accidentally deleted file did not go to my recycle bin for recovery.
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I have state polygon data that has a column of the number of silver mines in each state. I turned the polygons into proportional symbols. I have a second state polygon layer that has a column of the number of gold mines in each state. I also turned this layer into a proportional symbol layer. However the gold and the silver proportion circles…(Show moreShow less)
I've been given a DEM of an area of different topographic elevations. I have got to calculate the volume of the area which is less than 50m. I am not sure how to go about this. Any ideas? I have posted a screenshot of what I've got so far. It's the pink bit that I need to find the volume for.
1- Create Constant Raster Create Constant Raster—Help | ArcGIS Desktop , and constant value is 50. and snap to your raster, mask and extend to your raster in environment. 2- Use Cut Fill tool Cut Fill—Help | ArcGIS Desktop and input two rasters to get the Volume.
Our university is currently developing a GIS database, and we wish to integrate PeopleSoft HRIS in order to apply faculty/staff location and contact info data to individual rooms, which we've created on our floorplan layers. Anyone have experience to share on how to integrate PeopleSoft with ArcGIS?
also working on this. here's a helpful link if you haven't looked at it already. let me know how it goes!! https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E16216_01/crm91pbr0/eng/psbooks/csfd/chapter.htm?File=csfd/htm/csfd11.htm
G'day, I have a raster layer with corn residues (left on the soil surface after harvesting) and I would like to smooth this layer in order to have something that comes close to reality. By this I mean a surface of the soil without residues. I tried with differents tools from spatial analyst withoud succes. Is there a way to do that? Thank you for…(Show moreShow less)
That is why I was asking... so if the corn stubble is contributing to the 'elevation' values, then filtering as Steve Lynch suggested would be the way to go. If it was just an image then finding out what the value of the stubble was and reclassifying would be the other option. In any event, you don't want to fool around too much since you want…