Designing a geodatabase can be quite time consuming if you are going through the individual tools in ArcGIS Desktop or ArcGIS Pro, but there is a pretty cool tool called X-Ray for ArcCatalog which makes it easy. X-Ray is a add on provided by the esri local government group (https://www.arcgis.com/home/item.html?id=9ea218ff575f4a5195e01a2cae03a0ae) and works with desktop versions […]Read more "Geodatabase Design and Analysis with X-Ray for ArcCatalog"
I have been getting started capturing UAV imagery with my Phantom 3 Pro and I wanted to get a processing software. Right now I do have the resources to get one of the commercial products such as Pix4D, Drone2Map, or Drone Deploy, so I went the opensource route. Web Open Drone Map (WebODM) is a […]Read more "Starting Off Processing UAV Imagery with Web Open Drone Map"
Link to my GIS/SIG 2018 Conference PresentationRead more "Using Landsat 8 Scenes to Look at Lake Ontario’s High Water Level Impacts – Presentation"
A step by step example of using Survey123 and Word to create reports.Read more "Using Survey123 (Or Any GIS Data) to populated reports in Word"
In my class this week, my students asked me to show them how I created some of the flood inudation models. The lab is a bit tricky to customize with tools like Arc Hydro or Hazus, but I was thinking, when I had an emergency situation and needed a flood zone I turned to QGIS […]Read more "A Simple Method to Create Flood Inudation Models"
To get the LiDAR in I had to create a new Elevation dataset. What I did was using a terrain feature dataset loaded the LiDAR points. Then using the USGS DEM, I converted each pixel to a point which then was also loaded into the feature dataset (this will mess up the point spacing, but […]Read more "Getting a LiDAR Datasets to work with Hazus"