Several open source and licensed* GIS software and hardware tools are made available through the Map and Geospatial Hub. Many of these applications are already available for use on most of the public-facing computers found throughout the ASU Library system.
Contact the Map and Geospatial Hub with questions on where and/or how to access these specialized analysis and visualization tools.
- Google Earth Engine
- Social Explorer
- Google Maps
- Google Earth (web)
- Open Street Map
ArcGIS Online (ASU Organization)
ASU affiliates can access the full functionality of ArcGIS Online by joining ASU's ArcGIS Online organization. ArcGIS Online is Esri's cloud-based mapping and analysis solution.
Joining the ASU ArcGIS Online organization is as easy as visiting the ASU instance of ArcGIS Online (asu.maps.arcgis.com) and signing-in using your ASURITE credentials.
- ArcGIS Pro
- ArcGIS Desktop
- JMARS (a planetary GIS)
- City Engine
- Google Earth Pro (desktop)
- Global Mapper
- Makerbot Print
* Use of licensed software made available through ASU Library is limited strictly to non-commercial educational and research use.