2012 - 2013 Site License Overview ampus GIS Program Presented by Kevin C. Remington & Wm. Lynn Shirley Site License and Campus GIS • Campus-wide site license with Esri since 1988 • $25,000 fee paid by campus research overhead funds until about 2005 • Since then, funds contributed by non-CAS users on campus. What the Site License Covers • ArcGIS Desktop Advanced and most all extensions (except those via 3rd party developers) • ArcGIS Server Advanced (Deployment details can be tricky…) • Several niche-specific tools and organization/administrative utilities Teaching, Research, & Admin Use Teaching & Research Teaching Only ArcGIS Desktop: Installation/Licensing • • • • Download site / borrow USB / ISO Distribution Limitations by product Campus license server / authentication methods Borrowing licenses (demonstrate) ArcGIS Server, Etc.: Installation/Licensing • Handled on a case-by-case basis- Installation dependent on application needs • All Licensing is Single-Use… Overview of ArcGIS Desktop 10.1 • Doesn’t run on the Mac OS but will run on Intel-based Macs with Windows installed • GUI Refinement (ArcMap, ArcCatalog and ArcToolbox available via tabs, etc.) • Data can be local, from data/GIS servers or from webcontent • Maps/products produced can be printed, exported into various graphics formats or shared via web deployments • Noticeable Performance Improvements Key ArcGIS Developments • • • • • • • • • • • • Simplified and streamlined service publishing for map services, feature services, geoprocessing, model services, and locators Geoprocessing packages to share analysis and geoprocessing workflows Locator packages to share geocoding capabilities with others Simplified user experience for creating map, geoprocessing and locator packages to share with other GIS users Direct access from ArcMap to spatial database tables (nongeodatabase) New administration tools for managing Enterprise Geodatabases Improvements to map layout (dynamic legend, scale bars and north arrows) Spatial search for data and maps Maplex will be included at all levels of ArcGIS Desktop New tools for cartography, (particularly in cartographic generalization) New analysis tools and enhancements Faster geoprocessing for large dense datasets • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Areal Interpolation Integration of time into the spatial statistics (spatial-temporal clustering analysis) Geodesic Buffer Empirical Bayesian Kriging Better performance in raster geoprocessing Fuller integration of Python Python tools deployed as Add-ins Data access module Network Analyst support Better KML support Easier to work the GPS data Auto-Populated fields when editing (created by user and time and last updated by user and time) New editing tools for integrating datasets and working with shared boundaries Enhancements in 3D visualization. http://resources.arcgis.com/en/help/main/10.1/index.html#/A_quick_tour_of_what_s_new_in_ArcGIS_for_Desktop_and_Server_at_10_1/016w0000002r000000/ ArcGIS Desktop Demo ArcGIS Online • ArcGIS Online is a cloud-based, collaborative content management system for maps, apps, data, and other geographic information. • Key differences exist between ArcGIS Online for Organizations and ArcGIS Online Personal ArcGIS Online Comparison Esri Online Demo • • • • ArcGIS Online ( http://ArcGIS.com ) ArcGIS Explorer Online (http://www.arcgis.com/explorer/ ) Business Analyst Online ( http://bao.esri.com/ ) Community Analyst Online ( http://communityanalyst.esri.com/ ) Esri Available Data • • • • • • • Esri Data & Maps (on our server) for Desktop & Server Esri Updated Demographics Esri Census 2010 Esri Tapestry Segmentation Esri Consumer Spending 3rd party data bundled in apps (Bus. Analyst, Comm Analyst) Much of Esri data available as on-line maps & services http://www.esri.com/~/media/Files/Pdfs/data/esri_data/pdfs/esri-updated-demographics-data-list.pdf http://www.esri.com/~/media/Files/Pdfs/data/esri_data/pdfs/2011-census-data-variable.pdf http://www.esri.com/~/media/Files/Pdfs/library/brochures/pdfs/tapestry-segmentation.pdf http://www.esri.com/~/media/Files/Pdfs/data/esri_data/pdfs/2011-esri-consumer-spending-data-list.pdf ArcGIS Server Overview • More support for service creation directly from ArcMap (i.e. Analyze Layer Tool and Service Editor) • No more SOC/SOM- only GIS web adaptor- decreases bugs, communication issues, easier setup • High support levels for non-hosted cloud deployments (Key differences exist between Amazon and ESRI Cloud) • Easy to use APIs, samples, and compiled applications now available for multiple development platforms • ArcCatalog can now interface with non-geodatabase spatial data tables (MS geometry) • SDE folder organization now implemented ArcGIS Runtime • ESRI Web (CAO and BAO) and Mobile apps built on ArcGIS Runtime • Sample Runtime Apps Available Mobile Overview • Licensing limitations (ArcPad – no “institutional use”) • Mobile Apps (ArcGIS, BAO) -iOS and droid versions • ArcGIS Runtime SDK for iOS available Training Opportunities • Colin Wilder (faculty with the USC Center for Digital Humanities) would like responses from those interested in more intensive GIS training opportunities (workshops, institutes, etc) perhaps spanning several weeks or offered during MayMester. Contact Colin email@example.com or 7-2810 or Lynn Shirley, Geography firstname.lastname@example.org or 7-4590 for questions or to express interest. • Our site license includes a free subscription to a number of on-line, self-paced training modules from Esri. A list of those can be found from our primary GIS page at: http://artsandsciences.sc.edu/gis/ using the bottom-left link for “Web-based Learning”. Contact Lynn (email@example.com) or Kevin (firstname.lastname@example.org) to request course codes.