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Mapping with ArcGIS Pro by Ryan Malhoski, Amy Rock

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Publishing a GIS service and creating a web map

Now that you have had a thorough review of the ArcGIS Online ecosystem, it's time to get hands-on by publishing a feature layer and creating a web map using it. You will upload a feature class of the census tracts in Sacramento County, California, showing the percent of income paid for rent and symbolize it in ArcGIS Online with a diverging color ramp, using the skills you learned in Chapter 5, Picking Colors with Confidence. The goal is to show where rent as a percentage of income is above the standard 33%:

  1. Open ArcGIS Pro and open the Chapter9.aprx project, and you will see one polygon feature called RentPercentOfIncomeSacramentoACS2016. This polygon layer shows the census tracts for California, ...

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