Hi all- I'm looking for some advice here on a new map I've been assigned to make for an upcoming event.
- The map: I need to make an interactive state map showing the locations of certain utilities. The map will be loaded on to a Windows computer that will be stationed in an exhibit at a state fair. I won't have access to the event computer until shortly before the fair starts, so I want to make something fairly simple that can be transferred with minimal dependencies. The internet will not be available at the fair.
- The software for the data: I have access to both ArcGIS & QGIS at my office to prepare the data.
- The application: I am a little stumped on the best way to present a standalone interactive map. The ones that I have made were all installed on a server and used online basemaps and hosted script libraries. The only thing that I can think of is to download Leaflet or Openlayers to my desktop and make the map as a local html file that is viewed using the browser. However, I feel like there is a more obvious choice that I am overlooking. ArcGIS Explorer? Has anyone here ever made an interactive map like this- i.e. for an exhibit?