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  1. #1
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    ArcGIS Online for data viewing

    <iframe width="500" height="400" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0" src="http://www.arcgis.com/home/webmap/templates/OnePane/basicviewer/embed.html?webmap=d612fd2120154531a531b52a3bf7f4a8 &amp;gcsextent=-162.15,9.0935,-59.0543,53.3257&amp;displayslider=true&amp;display scalebar=true&amp;displaybasemaps=true"></iframe><br /><small><a href="http://www.arcgis.com/home/webmap/viewer.html?webmap=d612fd2120154531a531b52a3bf7f4a 8&amp;extent=-162.15,9.0935,-59.0543,53.3257" style="color:#0000FF;text-align:left" target="_blank">View Larger Map</a></small>

    I encountered this service recently and decided to give it a shot. www.arcgis.com is the address. This map consists of 3 different .kml files layered together. The service supports shapefiles, .gpx, .csv, and online data services.

    Edit: well, I thought with iframe code, it'd work, but I guess not entirely. Too bad. I thought the prospects of displaying multiple .gpx files layered at once onto a map were very good. At any rate, the embed code works well on my website, and you can click the link to view the full map.

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    Those background topo maps are insanely good. Thanks for the link.
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    ahah! it actually worked! it wasn't displaying correctly for me last night.

    I've been a longtime ArcGIS desktop user but had no idea about their web mapping service. I am working on setting up a non-biking related group and a guy in the organization already sent me a link to one of these maps he was working on to put on the org's main website. I already had an account with ESRI through school (to take some of the online training stuff a few years ago), so I just linked it to this service and got to making the map.

    Interestingly enough, ESRI also has a free iOS app that ties in with the ArcGIS Online service. So I can load this exact map on my ipod and edit it there. I may have found a reason to actually get a Magellan Toughcase to give that little gadget GPS functionality.

    This would be a nifty little tool for trailwork, as you could make edits in the field that could more or less instantly show up online.

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