Marker represents a specific location on a map. It can be the location of a shop, a warehouse, an ATM, or anything else that has geographical coordinates.
Markers can be grouped and connected to a dataset in marker selectors.
This is one of the two markers that can be found in the Retail Solution Demo. This marker represents the company's own shops. The other type represents partner shops.
The style of the marker is orange, and the filtering is done according to the
partner property, which is either
no. The reference to the dataset containing the
partner property (
shops dataset) is defined in the respective marker selector.
defines the style of the marker
there are two shapes: round and squared
there are four style groups: regular, check, cross and star
see the available palettes below
see palette below
an array of dataset property filters, by which the marker will be filtered
propertyFilters object allows you to distinguish the markers by the properties specified in their dataset, to which they are connected to in a marker selector.
dataset property, by which the marker will be filtered
value, by which the marker will be filtered
this key is polymorphic - it doesn't have only one type
it can also be a single value, or an array:
- for the
gte operators, use single value
- for the
in operator, specify an array of values
defines an operator, which will be applied to the
[eq, ne, lt, lte, gt, gte, in]
Markers are avaialable in various colours, sizes and shapes.
|1-100 £||101-500 £||501-1000 £|
It is possible visualise the value of an indicator using quantitative markers of different sizes. There are two ways how to achieve this:
- by setting the
view.content.markersOnly property to
- note that this will exclude all other granuluaritites from the view
- by setting up a view with no granularity, other than the
geometryPoint dataset containing the markers (which has to be specified in
- e.g., no administrative units, no grid, etc.
Markers with shapes
This is the check marker palette:
This is the cross marker palette:
This is the star marker palette:
Markers with letters
It's possible to create a marker which has a letter in it, instead of a predefined shape. It's possible to combine any of the colours above,
squared shapes and any letter from the english alphabet.
This is the full pallette for
X is the letter:
After hovering a marker, a tooltip is shown. You can define its content in the dataset object.
If there is too much markers to display, the markers are clustered.