WELCOME TO THE APPALACHIAN OHIO GEOSPATIAL DATA PARTNERSHIP
The Appalachian Ohio Geospatial Data Partnership (AOGDP) is a nonprofit organization of professionals from the Appalachian region of Ohio with an interest in Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Our Partnership
was formed to facilitate the development of standardized GIS data across county boundaries and in
multiple jurisdictions- between Federal, State, Regional & Local Governments, Academia, Non‐ Profits and Private Industry. A collaborative environment built on Educating, Creating, Sharing and Maintaining.
County engineers don’t often get much attention, but they perform some vital functions. In Scioto County, one of those functions – the making of county tax maps – came under scrutiny in a case that came before us – the Supreme Court of Ohio....Read More »
My next foray with Arc GIS Online is to explore some the available web services that can be added to AGOL and how they might be used. Many of the maps and web services I work with are national status maps or inventories. The search for available services started when I wanted to add labels on county polygons for one of my web applications....Read More »
Now that the dust has settled and AGOL is almost old hat, it must be time to give a roll. I started with a relatively simple idea for a web map and thought this would be a test and I know a lot of you are making the same start, because I see lots of maps on AGOL with names like test, test1, map1, first day, try this, etc....Read More »