Transit Orientated Communities: A BA Group Co-op Showcase

Posted 2 months ago

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My name is Harry, and I am currently on my third co-op term working as a Spatial Data Analyst with BA Group’s GIS team. BA Group provides transportation planning and engineering services to public and private organizations for the movement of people and goods in urban environments. The primary focus of my work revolves around conducting […]

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Getting Started with ArcGIS Experience Builder Dev Edition

Posted 6 months ago

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This post is part of a series on developing web maps, apps, and dashboards using Esri technology. This post will go over how to get started with ArcGIS Experience Builder Dev Edition, compare Experience Builder Dev to Experience Builder in ArcGIS Online and to the ArcGIS SDK for JavaScript, and provide some additional resources to […]

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University of Waterloo ECCE Group

Posted 2 years ago

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Hello everyone, I am proud to announce the University of Waterloo ECCE group from this year. My name is Weronika Fydrych (she/her) and I’m happy to be a part of the University of Waterloo’s ECCE student association. I am currently finishing up my final year in the School of Planning with a specialization in GIS. […]

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About Me…

Posted 4 years ago

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Hi there! My name is Claire, I am a fourth-year undergraduate student at the University of Waterloo’s School of Planning. I am thrilled to be one of UW’s student associates with Esri Canada GIS Centres of Excellence, and look forward to sharing my interests, studies, and research on the ECCE Blog, as well as participating in […]

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Is mapping really the ultimate equalizer?

Posted 4 years ago

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When I was seven (7) years old, one of my favorite leisure activities was drawing the political map of my country, Ghana in West Africa, showing all then ten (10) administrative regions. I was very proud of my drawings (on hindsight, I should have had them framed). This map was a basic map which visually […]

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