Tripp Corbin of eGIS Associates, Inc. has shared an interesting update with the community (via a popular discussion list) that provides a quick look at what’s new at ArcGIS 10.3 – thanks Tripp!
So tragic that we must once again bring to light the topic of mass shootings in America. This story map shares data that visualizes the patterns and locations of mass shootings in America since 1982.
Here’s some pretty nifty imaging technology that rolls in some slick image recognition and a ton of data! Enter TerraPattern.
A quick look at this powerful workstation from HP… The HP Z240 entry level workstation (think small business, contractor, home business etc…) small in size and price, BIG on performance and functionality!
A fun map of sorts conveys information about where certain activities are illegal when behind the wheel of a car.
You may have heard a bit of buzz recently about something called ArcGIS Earth. You also may be wondering, what is it and what does it do?
U.S. Geological Survey field crews are measuring record flooding on rivers and streams in 12 states across the country. USGS is making preparations for a prolonged field effort along the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers as major flooding will extend well into mid-to-late January, particularly along the lower Mississippi River.
This “map of the day” comes via the USGS – National Scenic Trail maps
A tip off about an interesting webmapping resource from the Vancouver Police Dept. (VPD) – GeoDash, and effort to to enhance community awareness of policing activity in Vancouver.
Are you dreaming of a white Christmas? Well, don’t get your hopes up too high. To help confirm your wishes NOAA developed this fun map last year showing the probability past on historical data of places having more than one inch of the white stuff on December 25