ArcGIS GIS Web: Adding GIS layers from services

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When Geographic Information Systems (GIS) meet some of the world’s most exciting web-mapping technology, such as Google Maps, you get richer, more interactive maps and better insights into your data. GIS on the web means using tools like Google Maps, Bing Maps, and Esri to create map mashups: multilayered visualizations that combine data from multiple sources. In this course, I shows how to use these tools to analyze geodata and create interactive, mobile-ready maps that communicate your ideas better than ever before.
Topics include:
Understanding map mashups
Finding coordinates
Mapping with Google Drive
Geocoding with addresses and coordinates
Merging data
Analyzing your map
Adding GIS layers from services or a file
Working with the Google Maps, Bing Maps, and Esri APIs
Sharing and publishing your work


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