Resources featured during the Useful Online Mapping Resources for Watershed Visualization workshop at the 2017 New England Lakes and Watershed Conference.
This workflow should be used when imagery to ArcGIS Online (AGO) as a service. This workflow uses the ArcGIS Runtime Tools to process the image tiles and create the .tpk necessary.
With the July 2015 release of ArcGIS Online, users can now add metadata to their organization's items. This allows users to view the complete metadata record for any item within an organizations account.
Allow yourself to be invited to collaborate with colleagues. Be sure your ArcGIS Online profile is public and your Organizational Role allows you to join external groups.
This workflow uses zero credits when publishing image tiles to ArcGIS Online. Check it out!
Copies of two of our most popular map services are now hosted by ArcGIS Online! Here's how to get started working with them.
Yes, it is possible to work with shapefiles using ArcGIS Online! Here's how to get started.
Thanks to the Environmental Data Center's Rhode Island Digital Atlas project, an increasing amount of RIGIS data can be easily viewed as online maps and you don't need to be a GIS expert either.
Get started creating a map to mark your place in the world and Rhode Island. Getting started with ArcGIS Online viewer.
Your imported shapefiles, .csv files and map notes now have a life outside of your web map.