Many multiplicities receive service requests from citizens via email. Often these service requests are further processed and turned into work orders which require dispatching public works crews to inspect and address citizen requests. Public works staff often use handheld devices to navigate to the location of the citizen to collect and update…(Show moreShow less)
Anyone know how to download map you made in ArcGIS Online? I tries to follow this instructions: 1. Under your My Content page click on your map that has the edit layer. 2. Click on the drop down on the Open button under your map and select Download to ArcGIS 10 for Desktop. But I can't find the Open button (#2)... Appreciate the help!
That function will download the file as a package to your computer, rather than automatically open it in ArcGIS Desktop. Look in your download directory for a file called "item.pkinfo" -- this is the map package. If you double-click on it, the map should open up in ArcGIS Desktop.
Hey all, I am having an issue converting netCDF files into raster format. The data is satellite composite imagery that show vegetation over in the amazon. I have many of these net CDF files and they range in size from about 60kb - 80kb each. I have been using Multidimensional tools --> Make NetCDF Raster Layer. I have been following the guide seen…(Show moreShow less)
You haven't indicated whether you have actually gone through arcmap's help links What is netCDF data?—Help | ArcGIS for Desktop This type of red exclamation mark? Repairing broken data links—Help | ArcGIS for Desktop
Not quite sure, but the standard procedure would be to double-click on the zip, or right-click on it and let your default file compression program handle the unzipping. In windows, you should be able to 'Extract All', give it a saving location and it will extract. As for adding it to ArcMap... just follow the normal procedure, by using the Add…
All, i was wondering if anyone has run into the issue of stacked address and the best way to label them to make it visually intuitive as to which addresses actually exist in the stack? i would assume in most cases this would be an issue mainly with apartments: same main number but different units based on which floor or all different…(Show moreShow less)
In the age of cloud computing there is a growing demand for automation and data exchange between cloud platforms at real time. This is even more crucial for emergency response. Bringing a spatial dimension to cloud-based data allows organizations to discover and communicate meaningful patterns, optimize decisions and better respond to…(Show moreShow less)
For this week's GeoNet Community discussion we wanted to highlight and explore with you an interesting topic and GIS application that was shared by Mike King and Brenda Martinez. Lee County Florida recently took on a project where they mapped over 100 golf courses for their 911 database (Read about it here). The project focused on areas that didPreviewHide preview
For those of us who work in or otherwise support PSAP's for 911; are you using ArcGIS Online (AGOL) and if so, how? I've been having a hard time understanding how I would use or benefit from using this and Esri is pushing it hard. At this years UC, I asked one of the instructors to help me out and he gave me a couple of ideas. Just curious if…(Show moreShow less)
When I open my Survey123 data in Arc/GIS online I am unable to add data from existing database(s). Is there a way to import 'old' data into a database generated by a Survey123 survey? I'd like to keep updating a 'master' database which contains old data with newly collected data. Anyhelp? Thoughts? Thanks! Kyle