Looking over the invoices for council I found $##redacted (large sum of money, larger than I was ultimately aloud to publish on the infographic or my blog ) being spent on illegal dumping every year. That is an impressive sum of money for a small city. So I’m producing a map to show the annual cost and distribution of illegal dumping in the City; while telling the story of how long it take the council to pick the trash up. The data has been collected using Survey123 and Workforce and visualized in ArcGIS pro.
We often find ourselves collecting and maintaining data. For GIS applications we use this data to answer questions about the world around us. Quite often the sheer quantity of data is overwhelming and the more we collect the harder it is to give a simple answer.
This project is going to use Hexagon bins for the Motutapu Restoration project data. If it’s successful I will be able to report on disparate data sources by binning it into a hexagon grid across the island. This will allow me to report temporally for the islands data records using one feature service, a hexagon grid.
3 Step Guide to Publishing Hard Copy Cartography in ArcGIS Pro
Like almost every other GIS professional I’ve been producing hardcopy maps using the trusty workhorse of GIS, ArcMap for quite a while now; with the occasional foray on it’s slightly more hipster cousin QGIS. Over the last couple of years ESRI have been developing their cloud GIS and a new Desktop App called ArcGIS Pro.