ESRI UK, the vendor for ArcGIS, are hosting an demonstration of the range of ArcGIS products at IT services this month.
When: 23 February 2017 13:00-15:30.
Where: IT Services, Babbage. 13 Banbury Rd
Suitable for: Social Science researchers, those using geographical data, those who want to present complex geo-spatial data in easily understood maps
ArcGIS Online is an online, collaborative web mapping tool which can allow you to use, create and disseminate maps and data for use within teaching and research. With an ArcGIS Online account you can:
- Quickly visualise and analyse data in a web GIS without having to download/install any software
- Create interactive web maps without coding
- Collect data in the field using Esri’s Apps
- Survey 123 – great for asking questions and citizen science
- Collector for ArcGIS – take hi-res imagery or basemaps off the grid
- Publish engaging Story Maps that highlight your research output
This interactive map of Predominent Religions is an example of ArcGIS mapping. Zoom in to see more detail.
The University of Oxford has an ArcGIS Online subscription ready to be used for teaching and research. A desktop version of the software is also available on all Social Science Library PCs.
To book for this event contact the Social Science Library.