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1 Contents QUICK START GUIDE Add layers...9 Search for Layers...9 COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE... 6 Navigate the map...6 Locate specific places...6 Add layer from file...9 Add layer from web...9 Display pop-up windows...10 View feature information...7 Printing...7 Measure...7 Bookmarks...7 Save and Share Your Map Once you have the information you want, you can refine your map, then save and share it. Refine the map...10 Save...10 Creating Maps... 8 Using the built-in ArcGIS.com map viewer, you can create a map in four basic steps: choose an area, decide what to show, add additional information to the map, then save and share your work. Choose an area... 8 Navigate...8 Find a location...8 Decide what to show... 8 Select a basemap...8 Share...10 Helpful Tips Using bookmarks on the map Go to a bookmark...10 Create a new bookmark from the Bookmarks drop-down list...11 Rename or delete a bookmark MEASURING ON THE MAP

2 Note: To access the OWRB Floodplain Viewer, you must navigate your internet browser to explorer.arcgis.com. The latest version of Microsoft Silverlight 4 ( must be installed for proper functionality of the viewer. Internet Explorer 6.0 is not supported. The best viewing experience is with Internet Explorer 7.0 and higher or Mozilla Firefox 2.0 and higher. You do not have to install any Esri software on your computer, because the application runs within the existing web browser. Quick Start Guide: Viewing Maps in the OWRB Floodplain Viewer Oklahoma Water Resources Board, leveraging ESRI s ArcGIS Explorer, has created a map viewer that lets you view and share the most current FEMA flood hazard maps (DFIRMS) of Oklahoma communities using only your internet browser. When you open a map in the viewer, you can change the extent, locate places, view a legend, see information about features, and more. This section of the guide highlights the key features to get you started. At startup: The statewide map view 1. Once the map is loaded into your browser window, you ll see a statewide view of Oklahoma. All the areas in Oklahoma for which there are Preliminary DFIRMs and/or Effective DFIRMs are indicated. (Figure 1.) From here you have a few choices, but first, look around the window and familiarize yourself with some of the tools you ll use. FEatures Pallet Customize your map to show only the features you want. Here you ll find your legend, layer controls, and editing tools. save Print choose a basemap Select a basemap for your map by clicking the Basemap button and clicking a specific basemap. Choose aerial imagery, streets, topography, or shaded relief. QUERY TOOL zoom to layer tool BOOKMARKS Click the Bookmarks button to see or create bookmarks that let you go to a specific location and scale on the map. Find Locator Use the Find locator to find locations such as place-names, addresses, lat/long, intersections, or cities. details add measure AREA COVEred by Preliminary DFIRM CLICK anywhere on the map for pop-ups with detailed info about an area. As you zoom in, more information will be displayed. navigator AREA COVEred by effective DFIRM Figure 1. OWRB Floodplain Viewer at Startup. 2

3 Figure 2. The query tool. Finding your area of interest To navigate to a particular area of interest on the map, you have a few choices. 1. Simply click and drag the map to your area, and use the scroll wheel to zoom in or out. If you have your legend opened from the Features Pallet, you might notice as you zoom in closer that more information about the map appears in the legend. 2. Use the Find Locator to enter a street address, zip code, city, county or lat/long coordinates.* 3. Section, township and range can be searched using the query tool located in the center of the top tool bar. (Figure 2.) Click the tool, then click the arrow to the right of the PLSS query and add your data. 3. Click and drag an area on the map using the Zoom to Rectangle tool in the top tool bar. C Figure 2. Layer Details Window D A B E Displaying layer information Once you ve found your area of interest, you may wish to allow only certain feature layers to be displayed on your map or may wish to view certain layers that aren t on by default. In the upper left corner of your map window, you ll notice a small tool pallet with four tabs from which you may choose. 1. The arrow tab A opens and closes the pallet. 2. The Layers Tab B gives you access to all the layers in the current map. Clicking on the arrow to the right of the map name, OWRB_Floodplain_Viewer, will expand to reveal the layer details. Click the checkboxes to the left of the layer name(s) to turn the layer on/off in the map view. Layer Opacity: C If at any time, you need to make the feature layers transparent to better see your basemap, use the Opacity slider. Configure Pop-ups button: D Choose this option if you would like to configure the data that appears in the popup windows as you click on the map. Add or Remove to affect changes in the pop-ups. Click the Done Configuring Pop-ups button when you are satisfied with the results. 3. Map Legend: E The bottom tab on the Features Pallet is the Legend Tab. Click this tab to reveal the key to features on the map that are currently visible. TIP: Click the arrow to the left of layer name to collapse it, or expand to see its contents. *Note: finding a location by latitude and longitude coordinates You can search for a location by specifying latitude (North/South) and longitude (East/West) pairs, using either Decimal Degrees (DD), for example , -74.0; or Degrees, Minutes, Seconds (DMS), for example N 74 W. Spherical coordinates aren t always specified in order, so take care when you enter coordinates so that you enter them in this order. The latitude must be entered first. For example, if someone asks you to search for on the map, ask them if these coordinates are in long/lat or lat/long order. The only way to tell the order from the coordinates themselves is if they contain E, W, N, S characters to signify the hemisphere. 3

4 A legend (or key) of map layers and their symbology is displayed by clicking the Map Legend tab in the left side panel. (Figure 4.) This shows the Map Legend in the left side panel. The Map Legend panel displays a legend for layers that are currently visible. If there are no layers in the map, or if all layers in a map are not visible due to the current map scale or time range, the panel will indicate this. Viewing map details Click the Details button to see a summary, the owner, last modification date, user ratings, and a link to more detailed information. (Figure 3.) Share Use the Share button to share a link to a map, embed it in a website or web mapping application. See Sharing maps for more information. Saving maps Before you can save your map, you need to be signed in to ArcGIS.com. Click the Save button ; enter a title, tags, and summary; choose a folder in My Content; then click Save. Save As creates a copy of the map and you see the original Save Map window where you can update the title, tags, and so on. You save a copy of any map that is not owned by you; you cannot update an existing one you do not own. Once you ve saved your map, it becomes part of your content, and you can edit details and share it just like your other items. Figure 3. Map details window Figure 4. Map Legend over Bing aerial image 4

5 Printing Your Map Click the Print button to create a printer-friendly image of your map. You can print your map directly from ArcGIS Explorer Online. The printed page will contain the following: The currently visible extent of the map, including any pop-ups that are open The logo(s) at the bottom right of the map, although the Navigator will not be printed All copyright and attribution information, shown below the map The title of the map A subtitle, derived from the map summary The current slide, when printing from the presentation activity Using the standard Windows printing dialog box, you can choose: The printer to which to direct output The paper size Whether to print in landscape or portrait layout Making Presentations In addition to using ArcGIS Explorer Online to explore and ask questions about the geography in the map, you can also use the application to communicate important information to others about that geography by using your map as a presentation. As well as the basemaps and layers that make up the geography you see displayed in the viewer, a map can also contain a collection of slides that you can step through as a presentation to review important information for yourself, or to present to others. To view or edit a presentation, open the map in OWRB Floodplain Viewer, click Presentation in the status area to show the Presentation toolbar. The Slide Strip, shown at the bottom of the screen, lists the slides that have been captured for the presentation in the order they will be presented. Each slide is numbered and displayed with a thumbnail of what it looks like. (Figure 5.) To run a presentation, click the Start Presentation button on the Presentation toolbar. This will show the currently selected slide in full-screen mode. Figure 5. The Presentation window 5

6 comprehensive Guide: and ArcGIS Explorer Online The map is one of the two main parts of ArcGIS Explorer Online: it displays geographical data and allows you to explore and interact with that data. Some of the things you can do with the map are: Zoom in and out to see different levels of detail, and pan around to see different locations, using the mouse, keyboard, or the Navigator. You can also click Zoom to Rectangle on the toolbar to quickly zoom to an area in the map. Change the basemap, and add new data on top of the basemap. Find places, coordinates, addresses, and other things with a location such as airports, landmarks, railway stations, and businesses. Define bookmarks, so you can quickly return to the places you have found. Ask questions by querying the data in the map; for example, find out which European countries have the highest populations, or where earthquakes with a magnitude higher than 6 have occurred in the last year. Add features to a map, creating your own sets of data. Create a presentation; for example, create a tour of the places you visited last year, with information and photos about each stop you made. Edit data which is stored on a server; for example, add a new oil spill location to a feature service that shows environmental pollution. Navigate the map To pan and zoom, use your mouse and scroll wheel, the arrow keys on your keyboard, or the Navigator on the left side of your map. To zoom in, you can also hold down the SHIFT key and drag a box on the map. Click the arrow in the top-right corner to open an overview map. You can also navigate the map to a predefined extent through bookmarks. See Using bookmarks on the map for more information. Locate specific places Use the Find locator to find locations such as place-names, addresses, intersections, cities, points of interest, monuments, and geographic entities. Your map is automatically zoomed to the closest match from your search, and a callout marker is added to your map. You can remove this by clicking the X in the upper right of the marker. TIP: Mouse over the bottom left corner of the window to reveal the Navigator. Use these controls to pan and zoom around the map and to also view x,y coordinates for a location. 6

7 View feature information Features are representations such as points or lines of real-world objects drawn on the map. For example, features might represent recreation areas within a national park, emergency evacuation routes, or bird nests within a proposed real estate development project. Features often contain descriptive text, images, and so on, shown in a pop-up window that help you better understand the significance of a particular map. Printing You can print your map directly from ArcGIS Explorer Online. The printed page will contain the following: The currently visible extent of the map, including any pop-ups that are open The logo(s) at the bottom right of the map, although the Navigator will not be printed All copyright and attribution information, shown below the map The title of the map A subtitle, derived from the map summary The current slide, when printing from the presentation activity Using the standard Windows printing dialog box, you can choose: The printer to which to direct output The paper size Whether to print in landscape or portrait layout To print a map Click the Print button on the left of the toolbar. The Print Preview dialog box opens. Click Print. The standard Windows Print dialog box opens. Select a printer, make settings and modifications as needed, then click Print. The print layout is not editable; if you want to change the layout, for example, to pick your own fonts for the title or to add other marginalia, an alternative approach is to take a screen shot of the map with system or screen capture software and create your own layout in another application. Measure Click the Measure button to determine the length of a line, the area of a polygon, or the coordinates of a point. See Measuring on the map for more information. Bookmarks Click the Bookmarks button to see a list of bookmarks that let you go to a specific location and scale on the map. See Using bookmarks on the map for more information. 7

8 Creating Maps Using the built-in OWRB Floodplain map viewer and ArcGIS Explorer Online, you can create a map in a few basic steps: choose an area, decide what to show, add additional information to the map, then save and share your work. Consider using ArcGIS Explorer Online if you are looking to create maps with additional functionality, such as bookmarks, queries, and presentations. The topic below outlines the basic process for creating a map. 1. Choose an area You can choose a specific area by either navigating around the map or finding a location by its name or address. Navigate To pan and zoom, use your mouse and scroll wheel, the arrow keys on your keyboard, or the zoom slider on the left side of your map. To zoom in, you can also hold down the SHIFT key and drag a box on the map. Find a location Use the Find locator to find locations such as place-names, addresses, intersections, cities, points of interest, monuments, and geographic entities. Your map is automatically zoomed to the closest match from your search, and a callout marker is added to your map. You can remove this by clicking the X in the upper right of the marker. 2. Decide what to show Your map always has a basemap layer. In addition, you can add layers to the map, creating what is sometimes called a mashup since you are combining layers of information, often from different sources, to create a single map. Select a basemap Select a basemap for your map by clicking the Basemap button and clicking a specific basemap. You have a variety of choices including imagery, streets, topography, and shaded relief. To see information about one of the default basemaps, click the basemap to add it to your map, click the Details button, click the Show Content button, then click the arrow to the right of the basemap name. Click Description to see information about the basemap. You can also use your own basemap from ArcGIS Server services. KML layers are not supported as basemaps at this time. When searching for layers, click the title of the layer you want as your basemap and choose Use as Basemap in the pop-up summary window that appears. When adding a layer from the web, check the box next to Use as Basemap in the Add Layer from Web popup window. plain map viewer. Figure 4. Choose a basemap from the several available in the viewer. 8

9 Add layers Add layers by searching for layers, creating editable layers, adding layers from a file, and adding layers from the web. Search for Layers One option for adding information to your map is to find existing layers from ArcGIS Online, the web, or a GIS Server. These layers can be ArcGIS Server map, image, and feature services, KML documents, and OGC web services. To add existing layers to your map, click the Add button. Enter keywords within the Find field, then click enter. A list of layers appears that relate to the keywords you entered. Click a title to see a pop-up summary of the layer or click the Add button to the right of the title to add the layer to your map. By default, you add content from ArcGIS Online. If you want, choose The Web or A GIS Server from the Add menu. A web search finds ArcGIS Server services published by organizations that have made them available on public servers accessible on the web. A web search does not find OGC (WMS) or KML layers. A GIS Server search lets you specify a URL to an ArcGIS server you know about and see a list of services on that server. You can also enter the URL of an ArcGIS Server service, then add that service from the list of results. Map, image, and feature services are supported. Add layer from file In addition to creating editable layers, you can add features to your map by importing data you have stored in delimited text file (.csv or.txt), GPS Exchange Format (.gpx) file, or shapefile (shapefile (compressed into a.zip). Like an editable layer, a layer from a file is stored in the map. To add your features from a file, click the Add button, choose Add Layer from File, locate the file on your computer, then click Import Layer. If you add a shapefile, choose to generalize the features for web display or keep original features. See Adding features from a file for more information. Add layer from web If you know a specific ArcGIS for Server service, OGC (WMS), or KML document on the web that you want to include in your map, you can quickly add it by choosing the type of data the layer references and entering its URL. To add a layer from the web, click the Add button, choose Add Layer from Web, choose the type of data you are referencing, and enter its web address in the URL field. Click the Go button. When the ArcGIS.com map viewer finds the layer, its name appears in the results. Click a title to see a pop-up summary of the layer or click the Add button to the right of the title to add the layer to your map. Details about the types of data you can add are listed below. If you experience issues with a layer from the web, you might want to review Troubleshooting. ArcGIS Server Web Service Map, image, and feature services are supported. OGC (WMS) You can add a Web Map Service (WMS). Pop-up windows and feature editing are not supported at this time. See About OGC (WMS) for more information. KML Features from placemarks, network links, ground overlays, folders, and extended data are displayed. 9

10 Display pop-up windows If you want, you can display descriptive text, images, and charts for map features in a pop-up window. Pop-up windows on OGC (WMS) are not supported at this time. You can include these pop-up windows for features from your editable layers and configure ones for feature data from ArcGIS for Server map and feature service layers you ve added to the map. See About pop-up windows for more information. 3. Save and share your map Once you have the information you want, you can refine your map, then save and share it. Refine the map To refine the look of your map, you may want to change the order in which the layers appear, adjust a layer s transparency, or rename a top-level layer. You can also remove layers from the map and turn them on or off. Use the content pallet at the left of the map window to perform these operations. Save Before you can save your map, you need to be signed in to ArcGIS.com. Click the Save button; enter a title, tags, and summary; choose a folder in My Content; then click Save. Save As creates a copy of the map and you see the original Save Map window where you can update the title, tags, and so on. You save a copy of any map that is not owned by you; you cannot update an existing one you do not own. Once you ve saved your map, it becomes part of your content, and you can edit details and share it just like your other items. Share Once you ve saved your map, you can use the Share button to quickly share a link to your map or embed it in a website or web mapping application. See Sharing maps for more information about these options. Helpful Tips Using bookmarks on the map A bookmark is an item you can save to a map, providing a shortcut to a position in the map. Open the Bookmarks drop-down list to see a list of bookmarks in the current map. When you click a bookmark in the list, the map is repositioned at the location and scale it was when the bookmark was created. You can also use the Bookmarks drop-down list to create, rename, and delete bookmarks. Go to a bookmark To navigate the map to a bookmark, open the Bookmarks drop-down list by clicking the Bookmarks button Bookmarks, and click on the item you want to navigate to. 10

11 Create a new bookmark from the Bookmarks drop-down list To bookmark the current location and scale of the map, click the Bookmarks button Bookmarks to open the Bookmarks drop-down list, click Add Bookmark, and enter a name for the bookmark. The bookmark is added to the Bookmarks drop-down list. Click the Close button Close to close the drop-down list. Rename or delete a bookmark To rename or delete bookmarks, click the Bookmarks button Bookmarks to open the Bookmarks drop-down list. To rename a bookmark, click the Edit button Edit and enter a new name. Click the Remove button Remove to delete the bookmark from the map. Click the Close button Close to close the drop-down list. Measuring on the map When working with a map, you can use the Measure button to determine the length of a line, the area of a polygon, and also determine the coordinates of a point on the map. Before or after performing each measurement, you can set or change the units of measurement. To make a measurement 1. Click the Measure button Measure button to display the Measure toolbar. 2. Choose the tool you want to use and click on the map to take a measurement: Click the Area button Area button, then click on the map once for every vertex of the area you want to measure. Double-click to complete the area. Click the Distance button Distance button, then click on the map once for every vertex of the line you want to measure. Double-click to complete the line. Click the Location button Location button, then click on the map at the location for which you want to get coordinates. The measurement or location will appear in the toolbar. To change the units of the result Either before or after making a measurement, choose a unit of measurement from the dropdown list shown in the Measure toolbar. If you change units after making a measurement, the current result will be converted to the newly selected unit. When you use Measure to get the location of a point, the current coordinate units of the map are used to report the coordinates of the point.you can change format by choosing a different format from the drop-down list shown in the Measure toolbar. To move the map while measuring You may find that what you want to measure is not completely contained within the current extent of the map; for example, a street or parcel may extend beyond what is visible. In order to move the map as you re measuring, while still maintaining the cumulative total distance or area, you can simply hold down the left mouse button and pan the map in the direction you want. Once you re at the location you want to be, resume measuring by clicking the map with the left mouse button. 11

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