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 == Basic introduction == == Basic introduction ==
  
-{{:​wiki:​4_basisintro.png?​nolink&​}}Getting Started: follow the basic instruction – click on the question-symbol ​on the right hand side in the grey bar on the top.+{{:​wiki:​4_basisintro.png?​nolink&​}}Getting Started: follow the basic instruction – click on the question ​icon on the right hand side in the grey bar on the top.
  
 ==== Create your own map ==== ==== Create your own map ====
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-In the menu tree on the left hand side you find all datasets, which are available in the WebGIS organized by content. You can fold out and up the menu clicking on the field "​Theme"​. In the menu categoies ​you find topics concerning the Smart Altitude project data resultsthat shall be made accessible to the public within this WebGIS. Other data can be used as background or additional information.+In the menu tree on the left hand side you find all datasets, which are available in the WebGIS organized by content. You can fold out and up the menu clicking on the field "​Theme"​. In the menu categories ​you find topics concerning the Smart Altitude project data results that shall be made accessible to the public within this WebGIS. Other data can be used as background or additional information.
  
 == Activate layers == == Activate layers ==
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 {{:​wiki:​6_legend_i.png?​nolink&​272x39}}For further information on a specific layer click on the information symbol (i). {{:​wiki:​6_legend_i.png?​nolink&​272x39}}For further information on a specific layer click on the information symbol (i).
  
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 The box "​Parameter metadata"​ will appear. There, you see the legend of the map, the data source and additional metadata. The box "​Parameter metadata"​ will appear. There, you see the legend of the map, the data source and additional metadata.
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 +== Download of project results ==
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 +{{:​wiki:​9_download.png?​nolink&​}}All project specific results (all KPIs, pist length per LAU and pist length per ski resort) can be downloaded by clicking on the blue download symbol in the upper right corner of the parameter metadata box. Protected areas, which are curated by IGF, are also available for download (Biosphere Reserves, National Parks, Natural Parks, World Heritage Sites, Grassland Biomass Ecosystem Service Indicator).
  
 === Change view extent === === Change view extent ===
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 == Choose the default extent == == Choose the default extent ==
  
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 You can choose whether your default extent should be the whole Alpine Space or a specific test regions extent. The default theme "​Alpine Space" means, that you'll see the data in the extent of the whole Alpine Space. You can also zoom to one of the pre-defined four Living Labs regions of the Smart Altitude project, selecting one of them clicking on the "​Theme"​ bar and then on the interested one. You can choose whether your default extent should be the whole Alpine Space or a specific test regions extent. The default theme "​Alpine Space" means, that you'll see the data in the extent of the whole Alpine Space. You can also zoom to one of the pre-defined four Living Labs regions of the Smart Altitude project, selecting one of them clicking on the "​Theme"​ bar and then on the interested one.
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 == Full screen == == Full screen ==
  
-{{:​wiki:​13_fullscreen.png?​nolink&​}} To use the Smart Altitude WebGIS in full screen modus click on this symbol below the zooming tools.+{{:​wiki:​13_fullscreen.png?​nolink&​}}To use the Smart Altitude WebGIS in full screen modus click on this symbol below the zooming tools.
  
 === Styling of your map === === Styling of your map ===
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 == Change layer properties == == Change layer properties ==
  
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 In the layer properties, below the menu tree, you can change the transparency as well as the drawing order of individual layers on the map. This are styling possibilities,​ while generating your own map, for the optimal layer view. Move the slider to change the transparency from 0 to 100%. Use the arrows on the right hand side to change the drawing order of the layers. Click on an upward arrow to bring the layer one level higher. In the layer properties, below the menu tree, you can change the transparency as well as the drawing order of individual layers on the map. This are styling possibilities,​ while generating your own map, for the optimal layer view. Move the slider to change the transparency from 0 to 100%. Use the arrows on the right hand side to change the drawing order of the layers. Click on an upward arrow to bring the layer one level higher.
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 == Print your own map == == Print your own map ==
  
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 The print button/bar on the top of the menu tree allows you to convert your current own map to pdf format. Of course you can save and print that pdf. The print button/bar on the top of the menu tree allows you to convert your current own map to pdf format. Of course you can save and print that pdf.
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 1) The Calculation Tool (together with the Measurement Tool) is accessible via the '​Tools'​ section in the navigation panel.\\ 1) The Calculation Tool (together with the Measurement Tool) is accessible via the '​Tools'​ section in the navigation panel.\\
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 2) The calculation dialog opens with the following elements: 2) The calculation dialog opens with the following elements:
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   - The **'​Create Layer'​** ​ button to create the user layer and display it on the map. The layer will be inserted into the 'Layer properties'​ list of active layers on the navigation panel. Depending on the complexity of the formula and the classification method, layer creation can take up to ~10seconds.   - The **'​Create Layer'​** ​ button to create the user layer and display it on the map. The layer will be inserted into the 'Layer properties'​ list of active layers on the navigation panel. Depending on the complexity of the formula and the classification method, layer creation can take up to ~10seconds.
   - Expression **Import and Export** ​ buttons: Expressions and corresponding styling can be saved to and imported from the local computer. This function allows sharing of expressions and user layers with other user. //Not yet implemented//​.   - Expression **Import and Export** ​ buttons: Expressions and corresponding styling can be saved to and imported from the local computer. This function allows sharing of expressions and user layers with other user. //Not yet implemented//​.
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-3) The result is displayed on the map and the layer is available in the layer stack. Here the layer can be removed.\\  + \\ 3) The result is displayed on the map and the layer is available in the layer stack. Here the layer can be removed.
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 //Have fun generating your own Smart Altitude related maps in the Alpine Space! \\ Your IGF-Team: Dipl.-Ing. Cziferszky Andreas; Lucia Felbauer, MSc; Annemarie Polderman, PhD; Andreas Haller, PhD; PD Dipl.-Geogr. Dr. Oliver Bender // //Have fun generating your own Smart Altitude related maps in the Alpine Space! \\ Your IGF-Team: Dipl.-Ing. Cziferszky Andreas; Lucia Felbauer, MSc; Annemarie Polderman, PhD; Andreas Haller, PhD; PD Dipl.-Geogr. Dr. Oliver Bender //
  
  
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