POLYMAP3 Screenshots

The screenshots below show basic steps to import CSV data and publish into the publicly available Atlas website.

The workbench is the internal control center of POLYMAP3. For example it allows to import CSV data into a spatial database. In the example we are using a H2 database. Once the data is imported the workbench provides means to manipulate attributes and geometries, select, copy, digitize and style the data in order to get it ready to make it available to the public. The ATlas system is fully integrated. No publish step or any preparation is needed.

Workbench with two visible layer: background WMS and Shapefile layer. Styling of the Shapefile is shown below the map. Projects and layers in separate views on the left.

... and what it looks like in the public Atlas.

Open up the catalog of statial resources. POLYMAP3 can work with: Shapefile, DXF, WMS, WFS, MySQL, PostGIS, TIFF and an internal datastore.

CSV data can be imported into a Shapefile resource in the catalog.

The imported dataset stored in a H2 database.

The newly imported dataset directly published in the Atlas. Users can fulltext search over the data.


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