VanderVelde – Final

Evelyn VanderVelde

Spring 2023

GEOG 192

Dr. Krygier


above is a link of the Michigan counties overtime that I created for a previous class that I have converted into a dashboard including information about the map and a table of counties and their average population over time. As well as showing information about each county in a pie chart.

App Created

App i created with the map, this map is published and shared with everyone who can use the map on their phones or on their desktops.


Buroker Final

Ben Buroker

Spring 2023

Geog 192

Dr. Kyrgier


Final Web Apps


Parcels and Street Centerlines Web Page:


This web page contains a map of both the Delaware land parcels and Delaware street centerlines. The thinking behind this was that viewers could compare both the street centerlines and parcels and make some basic observations about the location of different streets and parcels. I used an experience builder template to make this page and included an image of the Delaware County crest and an image of a Delaware County map from an online source to make the page look a little bit more finished and complete. Clicking on specific parcels allows viewers to see the attribute table information and look at specific acreage, ownership, and land use type for each parcels. Similarly, viewers can click on roads/streets in the centerline map and view which road , interstate, or street they have selected. 


Hydrology Dashboard:


This dashboard contains a map of the Delaware County hydrology. The map can be zoomed in and out of, and viewers can navigate throughout the map with their mouse. Contained in the left sidebar of the map are some images and titles of notable hydrology in Delaware County, along with a box containing the Area and Name of the hydrological features in the county. Viewers can click through this box, or select individual features in the map and read about the area and name in a pop-up box. This map would be useful for people interested in learning more about the locations and names of the hydrology of Delaware County.

Munroe Week 9 (Final)

The first application I created was a StoryMap highlighting the former houses in Delaware that served as Greek life houses. This has interested me for a while, and I compiled all the addresses from the OWU archives last school year. I created an application in the StoryMap where viewers can click on the addresses and see pictures and information I’ve compiled on the history of the houses. I’ve already sent this to Nancy Rutkowski, and she’s archived it with the alumni office.

For my second application, I created an instant app using configure countdown. The data I used came from a course I took last year, GEOG112, with Dr. Krygier. I made an app that shows the top 10 counties in Missouri with the highest population decrease. I went back into the web map I created last year, switched up the symbology, and created popups with line graphs depicting the population decline. The only thing I couldn’t get to transfer over to the app was the rounding of percentages, so the percentages are very long in the popups compared to what I had before.

Skidmore Final

Chapters 1-4 Application:

I built an app that allows viewers to select the residential halls throughout campus. While this app is very basic and rough at the edges it could be cleaned up with a little time (which I do not have) but I think this perfectly shows how a story app can be used. Visit the app at this link

Chapters 5-8 Application:

In this scenario, I built a survey very similar (basically the same but with a few minor tweaks that made it easier to work with) to the campus 311 survey. This survey allowed me to make a fake pool of data that could be used in a situation to be used for a better reporting system for ABM, Public Safety, and BnG. Then made a map with the sample data (I could not get the live map to work properly with the dashboard so I just made a non-updating map with the sample data. So this could be enhanced and potentially used to better visual reports given to each of the campus authorities for a better understanding of each of these reports


Sample Map

Live Map

Luna – Week 9 (Final Apps)

App 1:

For my first application, I chose to make an interactive experience with Instant App. In this application, users can do one of two things: click on a point or click on the legend. When the user clicks on a point, it reveals the address and land use type. When they click on a land use type in the legend, however, the map will highlight any properties that are for that specific land use. This application is very simple, but could be used to help in city planning.


App 2:

For my second application, I found myself, once again, gravitating towards the address data from the Delaware Data. To make it a little different this time, I used Experience Builder to add a few widgets to the map. In this app, users can still click on a point to see the address and land use, but they can do a few more things. To begin with, they can search for an address and get information that way. They can also see the pie chart widget that I added to see the different proportions of zip codes, which is something that was not really included in my first app.

Luna – Week 6

Chapter 7

Application: This could be used to visualize the different natural elements that can be seen around Delaware. While it is not as effective with how many buildings there are in Delaware County, but with parks or other places like that, this could be really useful.

Luna – Week 5

Chapter 6

Application: This could be used in many ways with Delaware Data. My first thought would be to use it in the same general way using crime data. This could also be used with any other activity or information because it can show all different aspects of a data table.

Luna – Week 4

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Application: I think that both of these chapters can be used in different ways. I think that the widgets could be used to create a more interactive map of Delaware. The surveys, on the other hand, could be used to collect information and possible direct people that are newer to Delaware.

Week 6 – VanderVelde

Chapter 7:

  • Understand the basic terminology of web scenes
  • know the types of scene layers and technologies to create them
  • create web scenes using scene viewer
  • Understand the value of 3D in XR, meta verse, indoor GIS and AEC
  • Configure 3D symbols in scene viewer
  • Create and use feature layers with z-values enabled



Week 5 – VanderVelde

We skip chapter 5!! im so happy!

Chapter 6:

  • understand spatio-temporal data terminology
  • Learn the concepts of IoT, Sensor networks, smart cities and other related frontiers
  • Understand the advantages of stream layers
  • learn about ArcGIS Velocity capabilities
  • Use ArcGIS dashboards to monitor real time data
  • Configure actions and Arcade-based formatiign
  • Create Time-enables web layers and apps to animate time series data