Thirteen Group

Thirteen Group’s Community Resilience strategy works to understand local communities better, inform decisions and signpost customers to the services available.

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Cartography in ArcGIS Online

Kenneth Field wrote a compelling blog where he explored how different cartographic approaches to data can skew the output in ArcGIS Pro. But this blog made me wonder, how does ArcGIS Online measure up in comparison? Can the same, or … Continue reading

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Jacobs

We are helping to shape public transport in Scotland for the next 20 years, by using ArcGIS to analyse, visualise and share data about the accessibility of current and proposed transport networks.

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Your Living Atlas winter wrap-up

Over the course of 2022, we have accepted 255 new datasets to the UK Living Atlas and welcomed 8 data contributors to the platform! I’d just like to say thank you to those who have shared their data to help … Continue reading

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Arcade unscripted: thoughts from a newbie

You’ve spent the past few hours creating a map in ArcGIS Online. It’s fine. It does the job, but you know that there’s room for improvement. If only your organisation’s branding scheme could be integrated into the map. Or, if … Continue reading

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Historic England

We are helping people to discover and explore the rich archaeology of England by making our images and the mapping derived from them, accessible via ArcGIS

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National Highways

Consolidating our geospatial data and creating a single spatial portal with ArcGIS Enterprise has enhanced the value we gain from our geospatial data assets.

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Follow your tracks; Location sharing in ArcGIS

Data collection is easier than ever thanks to technology which allows users to carry out operations both in office or out and about. But how can organisations ensure their workers safety and maximise efficiency? Enter, location sharing. If this is … Continue reading

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Explore the 2021 Census data with ArcGIS Living Atlas

Back in 2021, many of us in England and Wales may remember filling in the many pages of the census. Since then, much of the data has been processed by the Office for National Statistics and is starting to become … Continue reading

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Important Update for Office for National Statistics Datasets in ArcGIS Living Atlas

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) are currently undergoing migration of their feature layers to ArcGIS Online. ONS services in the Living Atlas will be removed and replaced with new services. Read on to find out how it might affect … Continue reading Continue Reading