Tuesday, April 21, 2020

Updated and New Datasets on the GIS Hub

Several datasets have been updated and a new one added on the GIS Hub by the North Dakota GIS Technical Committee data stewards.  These are:

Surficial Aquifers (updated, courtesy of the State Water Commission)

Fire Districts (updated, courtesy of the Department of Transportation)

Basic Care Facilities (updated, courtesy of the Department of Health/Environmental Quality)

Assisted Living Facilities (updated, courtesy of the Department of Health/Environmental Quality)

Skilled Nursing Home Facilities (updated, courtesy of the Department of Health/Environmental Quality)

Hospitals (updated, courtesy of the Department of Health/Environmental Quality)

Long Term Care Facilities (new, courtesy of the Department of Emergency Services)

These datasets can be downloaded and/or delivered via web-based data services.  More information on these datasets can be found on the Hub Data Portal. You can search for these datasets (e.g., type in: fire) or you may find it convenient to simply browse to the data using the Topics filter.

After you've located the data of interest, click on the title of the dataset and then click on a button to the right of the data resource, e.g., the "Go to resource" button.


Monday, February 10, 2020

Updated and New Datasets on the GIS Hub

A number of datasets have been added or updated on the GIS Hub by the North Dakota GIS Technical Committee data stewards.  These are:

State and Federal Roads (Updated, courtesy of the Department of Transportation)

Mile Markers (Updated, courtesy of the Department of Transportation)

County Boundaries (Updated, courtesy of the State Water Commission)

GNIS Landmarks (Updated, courtesy of the U.S. Geological Survey)

Statewide Aerial Photography 2018 (New, courtesy of the State Water Commission)

Basemap_Imagery_Single (Updated with preliminary NAIP 2019, courtesy of USDA-APFO)

These datasets can be downloaded and/or delivered via web-based data services.  More information on these datasets can be found on the Hub Data Portal. You can search for these datasets (e.g., type in: federal) or you may find it convenient to simply browse to the data using the Topics filter.

After you've located the data of interest, click on the title of the dataset and then click on a button to the right of the data resource, e.g., the "Go to resource" button.

Friday, January 24, 2020

Updated Datasets on the GIS Hub

Several datasets have been updated on the GIS Hub by the North Dakota GIS Technical Committee data stewards.  These are:

City Boundaries (updated, courtesy of Department of Transportation)

Fire Districts (updated, courtesy of the Department of Transportation)

2019 School Districts (updated, courtesy of the ND Department of Public Instruction)

These datasets can be downloaded and/or delivered via web-based data services.  More information on these datasets can be found on the Hub Data Portal. You can search for these datasets (e.g., type in: fire) or you may find it convenient to simply browse to the data using the Topics filter.

After you've located the data of interest, click on the title of the dataset and then click on a button to the right of the data resource, e.g., the "Go to resource" button.

Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Updated and New Datasets on the GIS Hub

A number of datasets have been updated on the GIS Hub by the North Dakota GIS Technical Committee data stewards.  These are:

State and Federal Roads (updated, courtesy of the Department of Transportation)

Mile Markers (updated, courtesy of the Department of Transportation)

NAIP 2019 Aerial Photography (new, courtesy of the USDA-APFO) Please Note:  This is preliminary data that will be updated when final data is received, which is expected to be in March 2020.

These datasets can be downloaded and/or delivered via web-based data services.  More information on these datasets can be found on the Hub Data Portal. You can search for these datasets (e.g., type in: federal) or you may find it convenient to simply browse to the data using the Topics filter.

After you've located the data of interest, click on the title of the dataset and then click on a button to the right of the data resource, e.g., the "Go to resource" button.