Categories: Maps and Cartography

Curated Tour of the Esri UC Map Gallery

Each year, hundreds of ArcGIS users submit maps to be showcased in Esri’s Map Gallery. As with the rest of the conference, this year’s map gallery is a virtual event. The cartographic products span all kinds of platforms, industries, and Esri products used to create them. Browsing through the maps is a great way to become inspired and to just appreciate the talent and creative energy that has been put into make them.

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There are currently over 650 listings in the map gallery.

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To help you get started, Esri cartographers have created a curated tour of the Esri UC map gallery with some handpicked selections. Sarah Bell, John Nelson, and Heather Smith have each picked a few of their favorite maps, each accompanied by a short video explaining what drew them to these cartographic creations.

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Esri Cartographers have selected a few of their favorite maps from this year’s Esri UC Virtual Map Gallery.
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