A Spatial Tale of Time

Posted 5 years ago

By in the Western Blog

Several months into being an ECCE associate comes amidst synchrony with being several months into a Masters thesis. In my particular case, utilization of Esri software has increased geometrically. From tandem use of ArcGIS Pro 2.x and ArcCatalog 10.x (still feel more comfortable with the dedicated app for spatial-file management), to Portal integrations, to Story […]

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Top 5 Reasons to Switch to ArcGIS Pro

Posted 5 years ago

By in the Western Blog

Why you should switch to ArcGIS Pro ArcGIS Pro 1.0 was released way back in January 2015 as part of the 10.3 update. The new application has struggled to gain traction among the Esri user base like any new software release. However, I decided to finally make the switch from 10.7 to ArcGIS Pro 2.3 […]

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The Little graduate that could

Posted 6 years ago

By in the Western Blog

Greetings, fellow ECCE associates. My name is Malcolm, a Master’s candidate at Western University in London, Ontario. It’s been almost three months since I shifted my life 4000 kilometers due east of my hometown of Surrey, BC; that’s a network distance, not Euclidean. The usual adjustments to new geographic phenomena occupy a corner of my […]

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A Western University Undergrad GIS Project

Posted 6 years ago

By in the Western Blog

Hello everyone, Western University recently was added as an ESRI Canada Centre of Excellence. We are very excited to be a part of this elite group of GIS schools in Canada. As a new associate, I thought I would share one of my projects that I completed with Western’s other new associate, Peter Coxford. As […]

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