The survey page is filled with a map and several controls on and around the map. A screenshot of the survey page is shown below. The projects page also contains the map and has some extra functionalities.
The table below lists the controls embedded on or around the map. It is indicated in italics if the functionality is only available on the projects page. Not all controls are directly visible, and the Actions menu in the top bar will give access to a number of the options described in the table below.
Map Showing: <project name>
The project that is currently plotted on the map
The z-value of the points plotted on the map. The z-value is plotted on a scale ranging from the minimum and maximum value present in the dataset
Reload the points in the current view
Disable/enable folow GPS
Follow GPS: will centre the map to each GPS position update
Use offline maps
Show/hide the online/offline map
Download map background
Download background: this will download the map tile on the device so that no active internet connection is needed to render the background map
Open the Survey lines panel
Find Sample locations
Open the find sample locations panel. See the sample page for more info on the use of this functionality.
Open the measure sample locations panel. See the sample page for more info on the use of this functionality.
Open the map setting panel to change the units used on the map, or the size of the plotted points
Switch to fullscreen mode
Change the plot limits of the points on the map. Pressing the button will rotate through the options: 1, 2, 3 x standard deviation and min-max values.
Pause the meausurement. Note that the detector will continue collecting data. However, data points are not plotted in the web viewer, and these data points have been marked as 'paused' points.
As a result, data collected when the device was in paused mode can be retrieved from the project.
Centre the map on the last known GPS location
Enable/disable survey lines that can be used as reference points when doing a survey. The line spacing and angle of the survey lines can be specified in meters or feet, depending on the unit settings.
The survey line settings are stored on the detector and will remain active across reboots of the detector.
If the grid is not visible, try zooming in.