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in the past couple of years, most of the commercial gis vendors have been working on support for spatial datatype on sql server. esri did this first, and microsoft is now following suit with a product preview. arc2earth is the only product i know of that does not support spatial datatype on sql server.
given the vast numbers of sql server sql server database administrators, it is likely that arc2earth will be available for download by sql server developers in the near future. we will keep you informed.
arc2earth offers a few features that google earth lacks. you can see multiple layers in the same map. you can move and zoom the layers. you can rotate and scale all the layers simultaneously. this is not easy with google earth, but you can get it to work, and it will work better with arc2earth. for example, when you zoom in, you can zoom all the layers at the same time, and you can have multiple maps of the same layer in a single google earth window. this is impossible with google earth.
download the arc2earth 1.6.1 zip file and extract the files to your working directory. you will be able to see a message box at the end of the installation telling you that you are now ready to begin installing the arc2earth plugin. in the next step, you will install the arc2earth plugin. this process usually takes a few seconds. once the installation completes, you will see a message box that says, “arc2earth is now ready for use”.
arc2earth starts up as a separate window, but then it goes into the windows system tray. from there it updates and runs (no technical need to restart arcmap) as part of the new version of arcgis. you can add a layer of online data from a range of web sites into arcmap for viewing and editing. arc2earth can update all the layers at once, or one at a time. i found that most of the online data (from web sites such as geonames and dbpedia) was fairly accurate, but with a few exceptions. the geonames data is updated daily, and the dbpedia data was downloaded within the last 24 hours.
in any environment, i use a combination of arcmap and arcgis pro when generating maps. arcmap is an excellent tool for basic tasks and print maps, which can be used for queries and editing. arcgis pro is an excellent tool for feature-rich and complex environments that require interaction, since you can integrate with other gis and geospatial services, do field data management, 3d, and more. if you need to accomplish a lot of maps, you should make use of both tools.
it’s not news that the python programming language is very popular, and it’s now serving many different functions for map users. unfortunately, the python library for arcmap & arcgis pro has been known to be buggy and difficult to use sometimes. until now, there hasn’t been a version that’s well-supported, and all of the current versions require arcgis 10.1 or greater for use. unfortunately, most organizations don’t yet have enough licenses to allow for a few to be distributed to team members. until now, no one had ever reported about “arc2earth”, which is a free plug-in for arcgis pro that can automate the conversion of your data to the proper format for use in arcgis pro. it can also do a lot of other things, and convert data to the format of your choice (esri shapefile, postgis, sqlite, esri service, google earth kml, etc.).
python machine learning for arcgis is a free book describing how to perform machine learning and statistical analysis on your gis data. this book is available in both adobe pdf format and kindle format. machine learning for arcgis is a companion book for the book, and shows how to apply the techniques covered in the first book to solve real world problems. the arcmap add-in to perform machine learning analysis on arcgis desktop is available to download for free. if you would like to receive both books, you can get them as a free gift by joining the arcgis online insider program. if you aren’t a member, register now at arcgis.com/home/insider .