Style Layer

Add/Edit Style Layer :

 Each and every spatial geographic map can be edited in the map portal with different kind of styles.User can create different kind of maps here like these :

  • Click on the layer name you want to style or click on style, which will redirect you to the Edit layer style popup page.
  • Click on the Style Layer button as shown below on the Map portal.

                                                      

  • There are five options there: Basic Style, Category Style, Quantity Style, Bubble Map Style, Heat Map Style.
  • Click on basic style  as shown on below screen.

                                      

  • After clicked on basic style, pop up will shown on screen.
  • User can change the opacity of the layer’s Fill and Outline Section.
  • User can change the Border width, Border opacity and border color.
  • Click the Save Style button and see the change in style on the map portal.

         

  • Click on category style as shown on below screen.

                                       

  • After clicked on category style, new pop up will shown on screen.
  • User can select the particular attribute from the Group by  dropdown which consist each attribute of the editing layer in it. You can select the attribute in which manner you want to categories the map.
  • By default each different value in the attribute will be given its own color from the selected color. If you wish to customise the color of any categories in the legend then you can change the color of the ramp in the fill section.
  • User can change the border width. You can change the border opacity and color of the ramp in the fill opacity section.
  • Click the Save Style button and see the change in style on the map portal.

         

      Quantity/Thematic Style:

       Styling Quantity layer allows user to create a choropleth map. In this maps in which areas are shaded             in proportion to the measurement of the numerical attribute value of the feature being displayed on             the map.

  • Select the Quantity section in the Edit layer Style popup.

                                           

  • User needs to fill the attribute id section, the dropdown contains the name each column in the datasets attribute table.
  • User needs to choose the parts for quantities between 1 to 10.
  • By default each different attribute value will be given its shades of color from the selected color ramp. If you wish to customise the color of any categories in the legend then you can change the color of the ramp in the fill section.
  • You can also set the opacity of the fill section and color section.
  • User can also change the border width and  can also set the opacity of the fill section and  color section.

                 

         Bubble Map Style:

          The Bubble map style shows circular markers for points, lines, and polygon features of different                                size. The bubble sizes are based on a selected numerical attribute value from your layer.

           For styling your data as bubble map follow these steps:

  • Select the bubble section in the edit layer style popup.

                                      

  • User can choose the numerical attribute in attribute id to reference for the size of the marker and in the part section.
  • User can set the number of parts required for them as it determines the number of bubble size that is going to be rendering.
  • User can choose the Radius minimum size and maximum size of the bubble. And Fill the opacity and the color as his wishes.
  • User can set the border size and fill the opacity and the color.
  • Click the Save Style button and see the change in style of maps bubble map on the map portal.

         

         Heatmap Style:

         The heat map style shows density of geographic points as a gradient color layer. In Heat Maps the                   highest density of geographic points is shown as red color and the lowest density as blue color. Heat               map can only be styled in the point data. To create a heat map follow these procedure:

  • Select the Heat section in the Edit layer Style popup.

                                                    

  • The Radius is the distance between points for clustering. User needs to fill the  Radius carefully as the greater the number of points that fall within the radius, the greater the intensity of the heatmap and greater the color red.
  • When user set the radius to a small number it generates the isolated spots and if the user sets the radius to large the map won’t show any details.
  • User can also set the opacity for setting the transparency between the 0 to 100%.
  • Click the Save Style button and see the change in style on the map portal.