Putting a place to your pictures tells a much better story. The person viewing your pictures now has a geographic context of “where.” The two pieces you will need to make your slideshow standout from all the others: Pictures accessible via the internet and an ArcGIS.com account. With these pieces you can create an application called a Map Tour. Let’s get started!
Advancing Geospatial Solutions for Environmental Challenges
The Environmental Data Center is the center of technical expertise in GIS for the state of Rhode Island. The (EDC) is a Geographic Information System (GIS) and spatial data analysis laboratory in the University of Rhode Island's Department of Natural Resources Science, College of the Environment and Life Science. Major areas of research at the EDC are spatial data modeling, ecological mapping, and data integration for environmental applications.
The mission of the EDC is to support the use of contemporary tools of spatial data processing and electronic dissemination in the analysis and distribution of environmental data. This is achieved through collaborative research with faculty in the Department of Natural Resources Science and projects with agencies external to URI.
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GeoTIFFs are a high-quality raster storage format that require large amounts of disk space. JPEG2000s provide the same high-quality raster appearance, but require significantly less disk space. This second in the series details how to create seamless basemaps from USGS Topographic GeoPDF's using this more efficient file storage format.
Learn to create seamless basemaps from the US Topographic maps in GeoPDF format by converting them into a "GIS-friendly" format such as GeoTIFF all with a basic script and Global Mapper 15.