Scenario 360 Toolbar, Dropdown menu, Content Window, and Table of Contents
Identifies the different icons and features on the Scenario 360 toolbar, dropdown menu, content window, and table of contents (5:09).
A basic demo of how to use CommunityViz Assumptions. An assumption is a value that is used as an input to an analysis. They are usually changeable and always apply to an entire scenario. (5:50).
A basic how to on viewing charts in CommunityViz Scenario 360. In Scenario 360, charts are dynamically linked to assumptions and indicators and as changes are made in the analysis, chart displays will update automatically to reflect analysis results (3:00).
Setting Up Charts
How to setup charts in Scenario 360 (2:49).
Provides a how-to on using Scenario 360 indicators. Indicators are impact or performance measures used to provide an overall measurement and they apply to an entire scenario (4:10).
How to looks at scenarios, charts and maps side-by-side using the Comparing Scenarios window in Scenario 360 (1:47).
Provides a demo of creating and using CommunityViz alerts. Alerts can be set to notify you if a goal, target, threshold, or constraint condition associated with an assumption, dynamic attributes, or indicator has been reached (3:11).
An introduction to a key aspect of CommunityViz dynamic analysis: Scenario 360 dynamic attributes, which are formula driven and update in real time (6:09).
Help, Technical Support, and Resources
Gives an introduction to CommunityViz Help, Technical Support, and Resources available within the software and on our website (3:10).
File Structure, Data Management, and Sharing Your Analysis
Provides an explanation of the CommunityViz file structure and a demonstration of data management and analysis sharing (5:31).
About Scenario Analysis
An introduction to scenario planning concepts and how they're used in CommunityViz (8:49).
About 360 Indicators
Provides an introduction to the 360 Indicators Wizard, a Scenario 360 Decision Tool that can create up to 101 standard planning Indicators with supporting attributes, assumptions, indicators, and charts (6:40).
Using the 360 Indicators Wizard
This video will walk you through the 360 Indicator Wizard from start to finish (9:35).
The Custom Impacts Wizard helps you set up simple analysis models for measuring impacts on any topic. Use this Wizard to guide you through the creation of unique indicators and save time setting up dynamic attributes, charts, and assumptions (9:56).
The Common Impacts Wizard can generate up to 15 commonly used impact indicators associated with growth and development. This is a great tool to get started creating indicators with supporting assumptions, and charts (9:30).
Build Out Wizard: Standard Features
Build-Out analysis will help you determine capacity for development based on land use regulations. This video will explore the most basic inputs necessary for the numeric phase of the Build-Out Wizard (3:32).
Build Out Wizard: Additional Numeric Options
This video will explore some additional inputs which will refine the results for the numeric phase of the Build-Out Wizard (3:51).
Build Out Wizard: Spatial and Visual Options
This video will explore the standard inputs necessary for the spatial and visual phases of the Build-Out Wizard (5:46)
Build Out Wizard: Advanced Options
This video will explore the advanced options for the Build-Out Wizard (6:41)
Web App Publisher
How to use the Web App Publisher (6:20)
Tile Levels of Detail
Understanding this setting used in the Web App Publisher (5:42)
Web Viewer Setup
How to set up the Web Viewer App in your ArcGIS Online account (6:20)
Creating and Using Reports
This video tutorial is a demo of using and creating professional, web-ready, HTML Scenario 360 reports (2:29)
An introduction to the WebShots online viewer, and how to create a WebShots presentation (6:51)
Optimizer is an advanced tool for selecting the best set of features to meet a given need, subject to external constraints like a budget. This is an introductory demo and explanation. (8:07)
TimeScope is a decision tools that allows you to look at changes over time. This is an introductory demo and explanation (7:16)
Allocator Wizard and Allocator 5 model the spatial pattern of new devleopment over time. The video covers concepts and terms, not step-by-step procedures. (11:02)
Scenario 3D: Setup
A demonstration of setting up an interactive Scenario 3D scene using the Scenario 3D Exporter extension to ArcMap (8:25)
Scenario 3D: Exploring a Scene
How to navigate 3D scenes in the Scenario 3D Viewer (8:26)
This video tutorial provides a demo of the Scenario 360 Formula Wizard. The formula wizard assists you in constructing the most common types of indicator or attribute formulas (4:28)
Formula Editor: Formula Basics
How-to-basics for setting up your own custom indicators and dynamic attributes using the Formula Editor. Part 1 of 3 (6:33)
Formula Editor: Indicator Formula Example
A simple Formula Editor example illustrating how to set up custom indicator formulas using attributes as inputs. Part 2 of 3 (7:07)
Formula Editor: Attribute Formula Example
Using the Formula Editor to create dynamic attribute formulas, highlighting a few useful spatial analysis functions. Part 3 of 3 (6:37)