Maps for Housing (new interface): Terminology
Modified on: Fri, 30 Jun, 2017 at 4:20 PM
Maps for Housing Terminology
The Data menu
||The task of grouping a set map pins which are physically located close to each other into one single map pin (called a cluster) the size of a cluster is represented using a number, color and different sized icon.
||The top level of the menu which contains the filters that can be used to change what is displayed on the map e.g. Property or Housing Operations (see diagram above).
||A child of a group, allowing you to break down your display e.g. Property data or repairs (see diagram above).
||Children of categories, used to organise places, lines and shapes, and control the way different information is displayed e.g. Archetype or Bedrooms (see diagram above).
||The number of items in a layer e.g. 1 or 2 bedrooms (see diagram above).
||A cascaded filter is one which is always displayed using the default Google Maps pin. It ANDs different layers and ORs layer values.
||An overlaid filter is one which uses the menu icons as the map pins. It combines both both layers and layer values in an OR query.
||Point of Interest - retrieved from Google’s database
|Public Data Sets (Demographic Data)
||Office of National Statistics data sets
|Unique Property Reference Number (UPRN)
||A unique alphanumeric identifier for addresses found in the UK.
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