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What is Slider Filter in vMAP?

Slider is one of vMAP's dynamic filtering features. With the Slider Filter, you can filter objects (points/lines/polygons) on the mapview by changing the min and max values (value range) within the range of the slider. For example, you can set the range of slider to be based on the population field (from polygons of the demographics layer), then click and drag the slider handles (circular buttons) on the slider to set a value range. The polygons that fall within the value range will be displayed on the mapview in real time.

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How to set the Slider Filter in vMAP?

Please follow the below instructions to set up the Slider filter:

Step 1. To add a Slider, click the plus1 button on the left side of Layer Manager panel and click the Slider icon to activate the tab.

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Step 2.
Set name and fields.

  • Name the Slider and add a new description.
  • Select Layer and Field. (Note: The Field format must be number, double or decimal, which is pre-set during the process of creating Layer type. Please refer to the sections in Configure layer type in vMAP Admin Center for the operations about setting GC field format.)

Step 3. To save the changes and proceed to see the results of Slider, click the save button. The Slider result will be displayed to the right of the mapview (See screenshot below).

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How do I filter data with Slider?

To filter and display the corresponding objects on mapview, click and drag the sliderbutton icon (see screenshot below) on the Slider panel to adjust the value range. The corresponding objects will be displayed on the mapview accordingly in real time. The objects that are outside of the selected value range will not be displayed on the mapview

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Icon introduction:

The Slider panel is expanded by default, you can click on the arrow button slider5 to collapse and expand the Slider Filter results.

To refresh the Slider data, click the colorprofile8 button.

To edit the Slider filter conditions, click the colorprofile9 button.

To delete the Slider filter, click colorprofile10 button.