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Zoom In: Allows the user to zoom into the map i.e., a close-up view.
Zoom Out: Allows the user to zoom out of the map i.e., see more of the map via a reduced size.
Default Extent: "Resets" the map extent to the extent of the currently selected default basemap.
My Location: Users will be able to see their location on a map once they authorize the mapping application to "Know their location."
Previous Extent: Similar to a back button the previous extent returns the map to the prior viewed extent.
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Search: Select from the drop down to view the layers you can search on. If you are unsure use all.
Basemaps: Provides a list of available basemaps and allows you to switch the background.
Pictometry: This launches a separate window that allows you to view oblique imagery. In general, aerial photographs can be classified as vertical or oblique. The axis of the camera in a vertical photograph is pointed toward the ground as vertically as possible (Nadir), while the axis of the camera in an oblique photograph is angled toward the ground.
Enhanced Search: Used to search for and select features in the current map. Various search options such as buffer distance, point, line, etc.
The dataset details pages in the GeoData Hub include a button for downloading data.
When you click the Download button,a pane will expand from the right side of your browser. This is your My Data pane. options will appear from which you can choose one of four file formats:
Downloading a full dataset is as simple as clicking one of the four choices from this section. Via the Download options in the My Data pane, you will be given the choice between generating the latest data or previously generated data. Once the dataset is chosen a status message, such as "We are updating the file. This may take some time." will alert you that you information is being processed for download.
Clicking on any of the options will initiate a download of a corresponding ZIP (.zip) file from the portal.
To download a filtered dataset you must first set the filter. The filter can be found on the toolbar connected to the My Data pane
After you have set your filter, click the Download Data button from the toolbar connected to the My Data pane and choose one of the four file formats. The rest of the file download process for a partial dataset is identical to the process for a full dataset.
At the bottom of My Data Pane there is a section headed "Additional Resources" you will find a link to the datasets which are related to the dataset you are viewing, but which are stored in a file format that is not supported by the GeoData Huba platform, the Rest End Point.
Our spatial data catalogue displaying our AGOL metadata can be found on the Data Dictionary page.