To apply a spatial data-driven styling and customize styles of the layers displayed on the map, click the target dataset to start editing and open the Style tab with visual setting up tools.
To stylize your data, you should take the following steps:
Select the Column from the list, specified in the dataset, using the drop-down menu. If the data is quantitative, select the Mode to split the values histogram, we suggest to choose Jenks mode by default, and set the number of Classes accordingly. In case your data is qualitative, the number of Classes set is 8 maximum and you have an option to reduce it (up to 2, clicking (-),) to main ones, containing the largest number of objects. The rest will fall into Others class automatically. Then choose the Color ramp form the pre-installed color schemes with the number of colors corresponding the number of unique categories in Column, the Border Color to stylize the borders from the color spectrum available and the Border Size from 0 to 5 pixels.
When you Publish a map, it is displayed in accordance with the configured styling options.
- Qantitative data styling
2. Qualitative data styling
Check all the object details available, sticking it with a click on the map. When the side menu shows up, click pencil icon to edit Attributes and Geometry both, using the menue on your left.
- when you edit attributive information, it is saved automatically
- geometry information is saved by clicking the Save button, which shows up as soon as you make changes on the map, e.g. move the polygon
- any changes of Geometry are displayed on the map immediately
- to delete the object, select the trash icon and click Delete polygon