extent

Side By Side
Exploring Spatial Content

Side-by-Side

What Problem Does This Solve? Visually inspect and compare two scenarios spatially, temporally or quantitatively. Why Use This Pattern? Comparing spatial-temporal data is a common analytical task to detect changes over time or identify patterns between variables. Providing two synchronized maps helps to see differences at a glance without the need to constantly swipe or […]

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Extent-driven Content
Dealing with complex Data

Extent-driven Content

What Problem Does This Solve? A user wants to see points of interest within a given area as visually represented through the current map extent. Typically, the available options (results) update when the user changes the map extent through panning or zooming. When to Use This Pattern Sometimes called a ‘short list’ this pattern is […]

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