Share Map

Share Maps :

  • Click on Map Tools, dropdown list will open, User need to click on the Share Map button.


         This features can be associated in three ways.

  • General Share / Share Map via URL:

    User can share their map via URL with individuals or with public. In order to do that;

    • User needs to click on the Share Map button on the Map Tools.
    • Select general to share the maps url created with encryption by the map tool.
    • The Map Url can be shared with any of the owner’s contact and connections privately.


    • Share Maps via Social sites:

      User can also share maps via social sites. It is the easiest way possible nowadays. IGIS Map Tool provides a social share panel:

      • Select social share from the Share Map popup.
      • User can share maps directly on social media like Facebook, Twitter, Google+ or Linkedin. IGIS Map tool have provided Social Media buttons on the sharing panel to initiate the sharing process for users.


      • Embedding Maps into Websites or Blogs:

             Embedding map allows you to embed a map in your website or blog. User can access the embed code, click the share button and select the Embed          map option on the administrative board. The Map embedding allows a map to be embedded into a website using an I- frame.   


                   This form of embedding is supported by almost all blogs and content management systems.

      • Proximity Analysis:

                  The Proximity analysis in IGIS Map Tool lets the user create the spatial data filters or queries so that the user can get the access and                provide relationship between two layers or points features or data.

                  This Proximity tool can be used to determine the relationship between the different layers of different types. The types of layers are                 generally of 3 types i.e. point, line or polygon.

                  This tool defines the relationship on the basis of these few factors:

      1.  Touch
      2.  Are closer than
      3.   Are Further than
      4.   Are Outside

                 For proximity analysis user needs to follow these steps:

      • Click on Proximity Analysis under Map Tools Section.


      • Select the Layer you need to find features of in the Find section dropdown list.


      • Select the relationship for analysis between B and Selected layer in the That dropdown list.


      • Select the Layer you need to find features of in the Selected section dropdown list.


      • Confirm a shape (circle , rectangle or polygon). User just need to select the shape and start drawing the following shape on the map to perform proximity analysis.


      • Click on the Get result button after completely drawing the Proximity shape.
      • Now user can view the proximity analysis of features on the map portal.


      • User can now view the query result in the form of database table and can also download the data in the CSV format.
      • User can also save the queried layer as a new map by clicking on Save Layer button.