The cloud based ArcGIS community is accessible to all the students through our organization. The community is available to all UW-Madison affiliates as well.
This is an accordion element with a series of buttons that open and close related content panels.
Instructions to access ArcGIS Online
Follow the instructions to access ArcGIS Online (AGOL):
- Follow the link https://uw-mad.maps.arcgis.com
- Click “Sign In” located in the top right corner.
- The options to sign in appears. Click on the blue tab “UW NetID Log In”.
- This will direct to UW login page, use your NETID and password to login.
The gallery features some of the sample works of the UW-Madison students and affiliates. The link to explore gallery: Gallery
The feature is useful to create maps online. The platform has the provision to add the feature layers available online as well as the shape files the user have created. There are options to customize the map on the right hand side panel. The link to explore the map: Map
Scene is the 3-D version of the map. The feature is useful to create models, from neighborhood to city level and to create 3-D version of analysis. The link to explore scene: Scene
The notebook is ideal for light to advanced analytics for data engineering and machine leaning workflows. The link to explore notebook: Notebook
The group feature allows multiple participants the access and editing rights for a project. It is usually used for team projects in campus, class group works and class files. “My Group” lists the group the user is a member in a project/group. It accommodates the other featured groups and the organizations groups. The link to explore group: Group
The content feature enables the user to explore the project as well as the files between personal files, favorites, files of groups that the user is a participant, organization files and living atlas. The link to explore content: Content
The platform can be utilized for gaining GIS training. A number of courses are available in the platform for beginners to advanced users. There are open learning courses that one can take and the learner can gain certificate on completion. The link to explore the training modules: Training