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This hands-on workshop provides an overview of the vast collection of GIS resources available through ArcGIS Online. Learn best practices for finding and using different types of ArcGIS Online services to build quality Web maps and apps which can be shared publicly or within a private group and accessed on just about any web-enabled device. Participants will also learn how to add information and interactivity to their maps through the use of widgets such as notes, pop-ups and time sliders, and how to engage their map readers by using story map templates. In addition, the workshop will cover management strategies for ArcGIS Online accounts, including publishing and administration.
Participants are encouraged to create a free ArcGIS Public Account at https://www.arcgis.com/home/sign... prior to the workshop. There will an opportunity to do this during the class as well.
TileMill is an open source design studio that enables easy publishing of maps online. This workshop will cover the basics - how to load data, how to get quickly learn the CartoCSS styling language, and how to design for various online media and visualizations. It will also highlight new features in the latest releases including advanced compositing options, image filters, fast data formats, raster classifications, and more. This workshop will be a combo of lecture, demos, and hands on experimentation - so come prepared to learn as a group, ask questions, and make maps on the fly.
PREPARATION: Participants are expected to bring their own laptop and are encouraged to download the latest version of TileMill prior to the workshop. There will an opportunity to do download TileMill during the class as well.
Remember how much fun you had on the Lake Tahoe field trip? Then you will enjoy getting swept away in the beauty of the Blue Ridge. This all-day waterfall viewing tour includes the highest waterfall in the Eastern U.S., Whitewater Falls (411 feet) and many others. Lunch on your own in Highlands, N.C.
CartoDB an open source mapping platform that gives users the ability to design and publish maps online. The CartoDB platform stands apart from other mapping platforms in its ability to deliver maps built from changing data, styles, and filters. The dynamic properties of CartoDB make it an ideal platform to build maps from data that will change or to deploy maps that require frequent iterations of style and display properties. CartoDB supports millions of features, complex polygons, dynamic SQL queries, CartoCSS, multi-layer visualizations, and many other exciting tools to make some of the best maps on the web.
In this workshop, we will walk you through the core features of CartoDB, from data import to map design and map publishing. After participants are comfortable with the basics, we will demonstrate how to make use of some of the more powerful parts of the platform. We will show participants how to design a map with styled dependent on the properties of your data and how by updating those variables, our published maps can reflect the new properties without any hassle. This will combine introductions to both CartoCSS styling and SQL for manipulating data. We will also show some of the more advanced methods for combining and publishing data on the web through CartoDB.
Participants can expect to leave this workshop with the necessary skill to publish maps online using CartoDB. They will also gain a better understanding of how multi-layer maps are created in CartoDB and how advanced styles can be used to create beautiful maps with them. People who have never used SQL before will learn some of their first queries, while those that are proficient in SQL will gain a better understanding of how CartoDB can be used to leverage a relational database model to drive their maps. Finally, participants will leave knowing how to use CartoDB to go from data to maps in seconds, while still having the ability to iterate and refine those maps in the future.
9th–12th October 2013