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Welcome to the tutorial. The tutorial will show you how to interact with the OCEBIS web application, also known as ''Maps'', which is available at https://ocebis.org.
 
Welcome to the tutorial. The tutorial will show you how to interact with the OCEBIS web application, also known as ''Maps'', which is available at https://ocebis.org.
  
<h2>Introduction</h2>
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<h2>Overview</h2>
 
In the OCEBIS web application, which will be referred to as ''app'', you can display three types of layers, which are available in '''Settings''' panel in the left menu:
 
In the OCEBIS web application, which will be referred to as ''app'', you can display three types of layers, which are available in '''Settings''' panel in the left menu:
 
* Geology layers: Layers which consist of general geology attributes such as topography or sediments.
 
* Geology layers: Layers which consist of general geology attributes such as topography or sediments.
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You can interact with the displayed layers by configuring the '''Toolbox''' panel in the left menu:
 
You can interact with the displayed layers by configuring the '''Toolbox''' panel in the left menu:
 
* Select: Option to select a geometry object.
 
* Select: Option to select a geometry object.
* Point: Geometry object characterised by the coordinate: [lon1, lat1].
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* Point: Geometry object characterised by the coordinate: ''[lon1, lat1]''.
* Single line: Geometry object characterised by start coordinate: [lon1, lat1] and end coordinate: [lon2, lat2], with a line in-between.
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* Single line: Geometry object characterised by start coordinate: ''[lon1, lat1]'' and end coordinate: ''[lon2, lat2]'', with a line in-between.
* Box: Geometry object characterised by its rectangle shape with corner coordinates: [lon1, lat1], [lon2, lat2], [lon3, lat3] and [lon4, lat4].
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* Box: Geometry object characterised by its rectangle shape with corner coordinates: ''[lon1, lat1]'', ''[lon2, lat2]'', ''[lon3, lat3]'' and ''[lon4, lat4]''.
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You can display information of a displayed layer by selecting the layer in the '''Information''' panel in the top-right corner.

Revision as of 17:57, 12 November 2018

Welcome to the tutorial. The tutorial will show you how to interact with the OCEBIS web application, also known as Maps, which is available at https://ocebis.org.

Overview

In the OCEBIS web application, which will be referred to as app, you can display three types of layers, which are available in Settings panel in the left menu:

  • Geology layers: Layers which consist of general geology attributes such as topography or sediments.
  • Layers of area: Layers which are generated for a particular area based on underlying attributes of the area.
  • Connectivity layers: Layers which show the transport probability based on a point of origin.

You can interact with the displayed layers by configuring the Toolbox panel in the left menu:

  • Select: Option to select a geometry object.
  • Point: Geometry object characterised by the coordinate: [lon1, lat1].
  • Single line: Geometry object characterised by start coordinate: [lon1, lat1] and end coordinate: [lon2, lat2], with a line in-between.
  • Box: Geometry object characterised by its rectangle shape with corner coordinates: [lon1, lat1], [lon2, lat2], [lon3, lat3] and [lon4, lat4].

You can display information of a displayed layer by selecting the layer in the Information panel in the top-right corner.