Are you new to GIS and just getting started with ArcGIS Online? Do you want to know common workflows such as how to style a map or publish a layer? Well, these resources will help!
I work mostly with customers who are new to GIS, and they usually ask questions such as:
- How do I turn my data into a map?
- I brought in data from a spreadsheet, but I can't run analysis or change the style in the map viewer. What am I doing wrong?
Well here they are, for when you want a quick reminder on a particular step or workflow.
From data to map: The infographic above walks you through the steps on how you can bring in data to the map viewer or style a map. More information and additional resources are provided in this story.
The collection includes three story maps that walk you through:
- How to turn raw data into a web map or app (Introduction to ArcGIS Online)
- How to share your maps
- How to add a narrative around your map or app using ArcGIS StoryMaps
And to help you understand the processes more easily, I’ve created the following videos so you can follow along. (They’re about 10-15 minutes each.)
- Introduction to ArcGIS Online – what the platform is and how to navigate it
- Building a map
- Adding context to your data – this is done using the “Enrich Layer” analysis tool
- Customizing your map
- Adding point data – how to map data from your spreadsheet
- Customizing your popups
- Performing analysis in map viewer
- Sharing your map
- Building a quick simple dashboard
- Introduction to ArcGIS StoryMaps
You’ll also find these videos in this playlist. Happy mapping!
This post was translated to French and can be viewed here.
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