Time for another 5 Things on Friday, our first one of August! We’ve shared some useful tidbits this week, including: an amazing collection of imagery that takes you way back, a look at a super collaboration effort in Colorado, some must-see GIS training tips, and tips for those creating wildfire apps. Please share with us in a comment below or on Twitter @geojobegis
Wayback Imagery is a digital archive of the World Imagery basemap, enabling users to access more than 80 different versions of World Imagery captured over the past 5 years. Each record in the archive represents a version of World Imagery as it existed on the date it was published. Get started with the World Imagery Wayback app.
On July 17th, 2018, epidemiologists, law enforcement officials, technologists, educators, and health experts came together in Colorado for an Opioid Mapping Convening. Together, they shared strategies for mapping the opioid epidemic and explained how this is being used for education and response efforts. An overview of the Opioid Mapping Initiative was given, showcasing the work of several agencies across the country that are using innovative data mapping techniques to help their communities.
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This collection of resources demonstrates application configurations to support wildfire events. Apps are authored using the Esri solutions templates, application templates and the Operations Dashboard; the data is from Esri’s ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World. View applications and data layers by choosing from the left side accordion, then click source to view item details and add to your map or share into your organization. Note, you can view an update on the current wildfire situation with this awesome map!
Find Courses on GIS and ArcGIS Topics. Esri Training offers instructor-led classes, self-paced courses, and other resources to learn ArcGIS and improve your GIS skills. There’s something for everyone here and offered at all levels. Themes include data management, field mobility, mapping, data visualization, design and planning, and much more.
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