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Weekliii Round-Up: News on Issues in Surveying State Boundaries and Marco at the Office

With our final #WeekliiiRoundUp of 2018, we want to explore the history of Oil and Gas supermajors, the discrepancies in surveying boundaries, Marco's adventures at the Office, and more. Take a break, and explore all below.


Marco Meets the Office


Blog post showing a map poster and infographic depicting fictional use cases where the Integrated Marco Studio applications for managing Geographic Information System GIS spatial data in ArcGIS are used by the cast and characters of the Office TV show as represented at the Esri Map Gallery.

What happens when Integrated Marco Studio, our premiere Knowledge Management software suite for Geographic Information System (GIS) data, crosses paths with the Office? Yes, that The Office. You'll want to see it for yourself. With adventures in fixing broken data sources, discovering tricks and pranks in the data infrastructure, and more, there is no better crowd to test the capabilities of these applications - including Integrated Marco Desktop and Integrated Marco Commander - built with spatial data struggles in mind. Check it out in this map poster now.


The History of Oil and Gas Supermajors - BP


How much do you know about the supermajors within the Oil and Gas industry and their histories? They all have long, winding stories peppered with innovation, risks, and rewards. Let's start with a look at BP and its diverse mix of energy sources in this week's #DailyBrainCandiii post.


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Colorado Is A Rectangle? Think Again


Article discussing the discrepancies in land surveying results, especially as they apply in determining governmental boundaries like United States state boundaries.

For those who know a thing or two about surveying and geomatics, you realize how different boundaries and surveying results can be on the ground compared to a bird's eye view. Often the bird's eye view is what those with no experience in these fields see - featured in common resources like state maps, educational materials, and representations of government boundaries. As it turns out, the "rectangular" states showcased on the average United States map are a great example of this. Who knew? Learn more in this week's #DailyBrainCandiii post.



#DailyBrainCandiii and #WeekliiiRoundUp are inspired by brain candiii, a division of Integrated Informatics that develops Geographic Information System (GIS) training for Energy and Natural Resources professionals.