Insights for ArcGIS
Data analytics powered by location
Quickly find answers in your data
Simply drag-and-drop data in from your enterprise databases and run exploratory analysis to discover hidden relationships and patterns.
Drag and drop analysis
Insights for ArcGIS uses guided workflows to make it easy to solve spatial problems. Simply drag and drop your data into Insights and work in an environment where analysis and visualisation happen at the same time.
All your data in one view
Insights for ArcGIS empowers you to make better decisions using all your data by integrating and analysing spatial and tabular data from enterprise databases, ArcGIS data, geodatabases, Excel spreadsheets and ArcGIS demographic data — all in one view.
Perform advanced data analytics
Apply simple to advanced analysis methods such as regression, predict variable, calculate density and aggregation. Select from over 20 different data visualisations that help you uncover patterns, trends, correlations and relationships in your data.
Repeat workflows and share results
Insights for ArcGIS records your workflows, so you and others can run them again to solve other problems. You can also publish analysis results within your organisation or make them publicly accessible if you choose.
How Insights for ArcGIS works
Bring in your data
Connect to enterprise databases and drag-and-drop your data into Insights for ArcGIS. Visualise data on cards as maps, charts and tables to unlock endless possibilities for analysis and data exploration.
Apply spatial thinking
Leverage familiar GIS tools for summarisation, aggregation, statistics and analysis or perform a simple drag-and-drop to bring in your data onto another map card.
Show your work
Clearly communicate how you arrived at your conclusion. Share a step-by-step model of your analysis or detail the final results of a workbook internally or externally.
Go far with ArcGIS
Insights for ArcGIS leverages the power of the ArcGIS platform to offer you flexible implementation and deployment options. It gives you the means to boost your analysis and the ability to share your results more broadly.