Switching to the Pan and Zoom Panel

<< Click to Display Table of Contents >>

Navigation:  Using StreamLab > StreamLab Dashboards Overview > Custom Dashboards > Map and Table Dashboard >

Switching to the Pan and Zoom Panel

Previous pageReturn to chapter overviewNext page

The Pan & Zoom Map visualization panel offers a wider range of options than the World Events visualization panel.

To switch to the Pan & Zoom Map visualization panel, click the title for the current visualization panel:

sl_visualization_panel_title

In the Select Panel dialog box, select Geo > Pan & Zoom Map and click Select.

sl_select_pan_zoom

The Pan & Zoom Map visualization panel opens. You can change preferences for the panel by clicking the Panel Preferences icon in the upper right corner of the panel.

panel_preferences

Preferences include:

Maximum time

Maximum Events. Here, you select the maximum number of events to display at once

Whether or not to cluster events. If you deselect this option, all events appear individually.

Google Map Style. Here you can select from Roadmap, Satellite, Terrain, or hybrid.

Diameter Formula. Here you can use the name of a column, or use that column in a mathematical formula, such as value*10.

Diameter Is. Here you choose pixels or meters for the Diameter Formula.

Display Mode. Choose from the following

Show all events displays all events up to the maximum defined in Maximum Events, no matter how old.
Show all events and trail displays all events, along with a line connecting an event to its previous location. This is useful for moving vehicles, for example.
Show most recent event displays only events within the maximum time.
Show most recent and trail displays only events within the maximum time, along with a line connecting an event to its previous location. This is useful for moving vehicles, for example.

Event Label lets you add a custom label to your map. To do so, enter the name of one of your columns enclosed in a <%= %>, such as <%= title %>.

Key Color Map lets you customize how events, markers, and trails appear.