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Wednesday, October 31 • 11:20am - 11:45am
Lightning Talks

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  1. Use of Arcade Expressions: Simplify, symbolize, calculate, add conditional expressions, format fields, control labeling text and popups by using simple Arcade built-in functions in web maps and ArcGIS Pro. (Harkeerat Kang)
  2. Creating Interactive Map Indexes to Help People Access Thousands of Historic Aerial Photographs: The University of Oregon is using GIS technology to create and publish interactive map indexes to our aerial photograph collection so print photographs of a specific address/area can be easily located. The University of Oregon Libraries has over 800,000 aerial photograph prints of places in Oregon. The oldest date from the 1920s. Paper indexes are aging, fragile, irreplaceable, and in some cases non-existent. Discoverable, easy-to-use indexes will increase visibility of this unique collection and make it easier to use by researchers, genealogists, and many others. (Kathleen Stroud)


Harkeerat Kang

GIS Specialist, King County
Harkeerat Kang is a GIS Specialist with the King County Information and Technology department. She’s worked with the county since 1999 as a GIS professional. Her projects include custom GIS Web applications using ArcGIS Javascript API, ASP.NET and SQL Server databases and field... Read More →

Kathleen Stroud

Map/GIS Librarian, University of Oregon Libraries

Wednesday October 31, 2018 11:20am - 11:45am PDT
Puget Sound Ballroom D

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