New and Updated Features
Ranges can be isolated and shown individually or with a group of ranges. Use the Layers legend to select the range or ranges to display.
Customized Base Maps
Customize and even change the base maps using the Base Map Settings. Select the gear icon on the bottom right of the map to access the menu.
From the menu, change the base maps and use a light, terrain, or even a satellite option. Each base option has it's own group of features and labels to add or remove.
The Boundaries legend allow users to add and remove labels, as well as customize the line type, line width, and color for each boundary. This option allows users to display multiple boundaries and show differences between each boundary.
Shaded By Lock
The geography data is aggregated on the map is the "Shaded By" in the legend. As you zoom in or out, the geography of the shaded by might change to the county, zip code, census tract, and finally block group level.
The icon will lock the Shaded By, allowing users to zoom in and out without the data recalculating for different geographies.
Points Legend Customizations
The points legend lets any points dataset be customized with the option to change the icon size, shape, and color. This allows users to display multiple points dataset and give each datasets its own look.
The points search allows user to find any address in the extent of the map that matches the text entered. The points search can also be used to isolate any points that contain the text entered.
The Clip feature allows users to visually isolate data to a specified location. The map will only show data layers and data points for the clipped location. Use the clip feature in a printout/export also.
Edit Custom Regions
Custom regions can be edited to change the area, shape, or coverage. For assembled custom regions, users can add and remove places; for radius regions, users can adjust the radius or move the centroid, and for drawn custom regions users can move the boundaries.
Use the custom region info bubble and select Edit Shape to begin editing.
The Multi-Layer Maps tool allows users to overlay up to 5 data layers, create custom ranges for each in the legend, and the map will show only places that meet the criteria set. This gives users the ability to quickly find places that meet set criteria.