Once your data is hosted as a feature service, it can be easily added to a map as a feature layer. Feature layers can be styled to show patterns in your data. Users can select and interact with feature geometries and attribute information.
Try adding hosted data to the map and explore.Try the Tutorials
Perform SQL, spatial, and statistical queries against your data. Use spatial queries with relationship operators to return geometric features or just return the attributes. You can also use statistical queries to retrieve data for charts and reports.
Select a spatial relationship to see how it affects the data in the map and chart.
Use ArcGIS APIs and SDKs to draw new point, line, and polygon features or select and edit your existing hosted data. Create features as temporary map graphics or store them in feature services for future access.
Try drawing and editing graphics on the map.
Access your data hosted in the ArcGIS Platform through ArcGIS APIs or directly with the REST API. Manage which capabilities are available such as query, edit, and export. Apply SQL and spatial queries from client applications and request data in the format you require such as JSON or GeoJSON.
Access hosted feature layers with the REST API:
Use ArcGIS tutorials to learn how to import, edit, style, and share your data.
Use ArcGIS Data Store to easily configure your data on-premises, behind your firewall, or in your infrastructure at a fixed yearly cost.
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