Table of Contents (TOC)¶
In the upper left corner, click on |toc_button| to open the Table Of Contents, briefly TOC from now on, of the map. The TOC shows all the datasets involved with the Map and allows to manage their properties and representations on the map.
From the TOC you can:
manage the datasets Overlap;
filter the datasets list by typing text in the Filter Datasets field;
add new datasets from the Catalog by clicking the Add Dataset button;
manage the datasets properties such as Opacity (scroll the opacity cursor), Visibility (click on |hide_button| to make the dataset not visible, click on |show_button| to show it on map);
manage the Dataset Settings, see the next paragraph.
Select a Dataset from the list and click on it, the Dataset Toolbar should appear in the TOC.
The Toolbar shows you many buttons:
|zoom_to_dataset_extent_button| allows you to zoom to the dataset extent;
|dataset_settings_button| drives you through the dataset settings customization (see the next paragraph);
|attribute_table_button| to explore the features of the dataset and their attributes (more information at Attributes Table);
|delete_dataset_button| to delete datasets (click on Delete Dataset to confirm your choice);
|create_widgets_button| to create Widgets (see Creating Widgets).
Managing Dataset Settings¶
The Dataset Settings panel looks like the one below.
The Dataset Settings are divided in three groups:
In the General tab of the Settings Panel you can customize the dataset Title, insert a Description and change/create the Dataset Group.
Click on the Display tab to see what are the dataset appearance properties you can configure.
The third tab is the Style one. By clicking on it, an advanced Style Editor allows you to create new styles and to modify or delete an existing one. See the Dataset Styling section to read more.