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A review of the ArcGIS Hub Gallery

As we have described in this blog, ArcGIS Hub is a set of templates and tools that allow organizations to more easily share their geospatial data holdings and also to engage the community. ArcGIS Hub has emerged over the past few years as a primary way that organizations are sharing geospatial data, and thus is germane to the theme of this blog and our book.

One of the resources that is worth frequently checking is the ArcGIS Hub gallery. The sites in this gallery range from those created by local, regional, and national governments, international agencies, nonprofits, universities, to those created by private companies. At the current time, you can search by these “sectors” but also on Focus Areas:  Transportation  |  Elections  |  Census 2020  |  Financial Transparency  |  Volunteerism  |  Open Data.

I advise “frequently checking” because the gallery is actively curated and changes often. But the resources are vast and varied!

A portion of the ArcGIS Hub Gallery.

–Joseph Kerski

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