Cartographic interface

 WEBGIS INTERFACE

Tool icon

Tool description

Action undertaken

Show full extent of map

Zoom out to show the full extent of the map (extended Mediterranean area).

Back/Forward

Go back to the previous view/go to the next view.

Zoom to predefined extent

Used to show the full extent of the “area of relevance”.

Zoom in/Zoom out

Used to zoom in/out by clicking a point or dragging a box.

Pan

Drag it to pan the map frame.

Identify

Used to show the main properties of any geographic feature in a  pop-up window: if the selected feature is a seismogenic source the pop-up contains also the link to the relevant data page of the alphanumeric interface.

Select

Used to select one or more features graphically by clicking or dragging a box around them: operates only on layer previously selected using the pull-down menu “Apply on layer” in map’s upper right corner.

Tool tip

Used to select individual features: operates only on layer previously selected using the pull-down menu “Apply on layer” in map’s upper right corner.

Measure

Measures distances and areas on the current map.

Add point of interest

Used to add a point to the map by clicking a location of interest

Create point from Lat Lon

Plots on the map a point of geographic coordinates Lat, Lon (WGS84).

Coordinates

Returns the coordinates of selected point.

Transparency

Used to set the transparency of any layer using a slider tool: operates only on layer previously selected using the pull-down menu “Layer transparency” in map’s upper left corner. Refresh the map window for changes to take effect.

Refresh map

Used to refresh the map window.

Help

On-line Help for the Cartographic interface.



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