Notes from a Notebooks Beginner

Starting to code can be scary and while there are some learning resources available, they sometimes seem aimed at developers. As a complete beginner, this was a little bit daunting for me. With this blog, I will show you how … Continue reading

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Analysing JBA Flood Maps in ArcGIS

Flooding poses an extreme threat to people‚Äôs livelihoods. Heavy rain and storm events cause surrounding rivers and coasts to become inundated with water, bringing a wealth of social, environmental and economic impacts. With floods of greater intensity predicted across much … Continue reading Continue Reading

NHS South, Central and West

ArcGIS has enabled us to build a complete, end-to-end process for allocating funding objectively to eligible community pharmacies.

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Addressing the benefits of ArcGIS Locators for finding places

Whether you are a locator aficionado or amateur, many of us are all too familiar with the satisfaction that comes from a seamless map-based search; be it by location, address or feature name. From my recent experience working with ArcGIS … 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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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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Let your work flow with tasks in ArcGIS Pro

While I was creating my Electric Vehicle charge maps, I realised that I had developed a workflow in ArcGIS Pro that could be repeated for any highway in Britain. A colleague suggested that I try recording and sharing my workflow … Continue reading

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Cartographic representations in ArcGIS Pro

Many of you will have made the switch from ArcMap to ArcGIS Pro already, but you may still need to move ArcMap content to the new ArcGIS Pro projects. So – what needs to happen if you want to start … Continue reading

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Mapping 100 years of precipitation

In the UK, the 10 hottest years on record have all been since 2002 and in the summer of 2022, July and August were the warmest ever. Despite periods of rainfall, hosepipe bans were put in place across large areas … Continue reading

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WTW

ArcGIS deepens our understanding of the global risks that our clients face today, that arise unexpectedly tomorrow and that are likely for the future.

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