- Mark Cederholm's Stuff for ArcView Users, including the "Stuff" extension. This page also includes a tool to georeference images and a script to change ArcView 3.1 projects to ArcView 3.0a (important if your shop has a mix of 3.0 and 3.1 users).
- SWEGIS markets the Analysis Extension which has over two dozen special ArcView tools (including rotate themes). There are tool-by-tool comparisons with both ArcView 3.1 and Xtools. SWEGIS also lets you download a 30-day evaluation copy.
- Mike Delaune, from the Oregon Department of Forestry, is the creator of the Xtools Extension. This tool helped us through a lot of tough binds back in the days before the Geoprocessing Wizard. If you are running ArcView 3.0, you need to try out this tool.
- Andrew Williamson has several scripts on Andrew's ArcView Page. He also has information on how to set up your own ArcView map server and how to rasterize for free.
- The Seminole County (Florida) GIS program lists several ArcView Extensions, including an extension for registering images.
- Kenneth McVay has a set of scripts for image resampling and registration.
- Go straight to the source -- check out ESRI's Free ArcView Scripts and Free ArcView Software patches, updates and bug fixes.
- Gary Greenberg has developed a reference site for Avenue programmers which lists the descriptions of all of the sample scripts that come with ArcView. There are also searchable indices of sample scripts and Avenue classes.
- Maui GIS also maintains a webpage of free ArcView Tips and Tricks. This page includes scripts which we have found useful.
- There is a searchable archive of posts to the ArcView-L mail list known as the ArcView Knowledge Base.
- Check out the USENET newsgroup created for the discussion of ESRI software called comp.soft-sys.gis.esri.
- Get together with other ArcView users by attending ESRI user group meetings in your area. If you are on Maui, Lanai or Molokai, check the ESRI Maui User Group home page for the meeting schedule.
- Or check out the ESRI website and their lists of online discussion groups and free resources.
The Hawaii GICC is the premier organization for GIS professionals in Hawaii. The organization includes users of all GIS software platforms and provides a forum for GIS professionals from throughout the State and the Pacific Basin.
You can also check out the HIGICC's interactive calendar for upcoming meetings.