1. Organizational Account2. Adding and Accessing Content3. Map and Feature Services4. Creating/Sharing Web Maps & Presentations5. Publish Web Applications6. Analysis Tools
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Workshop, Bostock 023, Tues, Feb. 25, 2014 1-3 PM
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Compare and contrast several products intended for geospatial visualization (e.g., a map to embed in a blog or PowerPoint, or for a poster session) and in some cases for GIS data analysis.

  1. ArcGIS Online: Companion to the ArcGIS client that allows members of an organizaton to store and share spatial data online, and that can be used independently or in conjunction with the client
  2. GeoCommons: both a repository for spatial data as well as an analysis and visualization tool
  3. Google Earth: emphasis on its features that are most applicable in an academic setting.

See our events schedule for another session on Google Fusion Tables.

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