The Neighborhood Early Warning solution delivers a set of capabilities that help you create a neighborhood change index, measure the fragility of neighborhoods over time and share the results with key stakeholders.
In this topic, you’ll learn how to use the solution by assuming the role of a user and performing the workflows below.
Identify neighborhood change
The Neighborhood Early Warning project can be used to understand neighborhoods trending in a positive or negative direction and ultimately measure the fragility of neighborhoods over time.
You will start by assuming the role of a data analyst in a neighborhood revitalization task force responsible for organizing key neighborhood indicators. You are asked to use the Neighborhood Stabilization project to identify neighborhoods trending in a positive or negative direction.
- From the Neighborhood Stabilization solution click the Neighborhood Stabilization item under Solution Contents to open the item details of the desktop application template.
- Click Download and place the contents on your computer.
- Using Explorer, browse to the NeighborhoodEarlyWarning.zip folder and extract it.
- Open the Neighborhood Stabilization ArcGIS Pro project.
- On the View tab, in the Windows group, click Catalog, and click Catalog Pane.
- In the Catalog pane, expand Maps and review the maps provided.
The map provided in this project is used by data analysts to identify neighborhoods trending in a positive or negative direction and ultimately measure their fragility over time.
- In the Catalog pane, expand the Tasks folder, and double-click on the Neighborhood Early Warning task.
- In the Tasks pane, click on the How to Use Neighborhood Early Warning task group to expand the collection of tasks.
- Follow the steps in each task.