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1 Malaysia Geospatial Online Service (MyGOS) User Manual 1 P a g e

2 Table of Contents 1. Sign In Group Adding Item Adding files from your computer Adding items from the web Adding application Authoring Web Map Adding items from the web Adding layer from file Opening Content Esri Map for Office Add data to the map Add data coordinates values Share maps Working with Powerpoint Slide P a g e

3 1. Sign In 1. Open your browser and type https://www.mygos.gov.my/mygos/home/. Click on button SIGN IN to sign in the account. 2. Fill user name and password has been registered. 3 P a g e

4 2. Groups Groups are a collection of items, usually related to a specific area of interest that are created and managed by a group administrator. Anybody with an organizational account or public account can create groups. As a group owner, you decide who can find your groups, if others can request to join, and who can contribute content. You also have control over items shared to the group and can invite others to join, even if your group does not accept membership requests. 1. Click on GROUPS 2. List Groups will be shown. Example:- 3. Click on your groups to access and the information in your group will be shown. Example:- 4 P a g e

5 3. Adding Item Members of an organization or users with a public account can add maps, data, applications, and tools to the organization account. You can choose to keep these items private so only you can access them or share them with everybody, your organization or groups you belong to. Items that can be added to the website: a) Maps - Using the ArcGIS.com map viewer, you can create and save web maps. Web maps are interactive presentations of useful information that typically contain a basemap, data layers, attribute information, and navigation tools. They can be opened and used in standard web browsers, mobile devices, or desktop map viewers. When you save your web map, you are adding it to Esri's cloud. b) Data - You can add data from your computer and from the web. Data from your computer are static files such as layer packages and shapefiles that can be opened in desktop applications and downloaded to your computer. CSV and shapefiles can be published as hosted feature services if you want. c) Applications - You can add web applications and mobile applications, either hosted as part of your content or managed independently and registered with the website. d) Tools - Tools that you add to the website are services that perform an analytical function such as locating streets and addresses, geoprocessing, finding a place, routing, or accessing a geodatabase Adding files from your computer You can add data files from your computer to the website, such as layer packages and templates. You can also add non-geospatial content such as image files and code samples. 5 P a g e

6 1. Click on MY CONTENT button >> Click on Add Item button. 2. Choose On my computer from dropdown button >> Choose file >> browse to item file on your disk. 6 P a g e

7 3. The file will be uploaded. Enter item information: a) Title - item title b) Tags keywords for searching purpose And click on Add Item Button. 4. A new service will be added. Click on Edit button to update the item details. 7 P a g e

8 5. When you add an item to the website, a thumbnail image is automatically created. The image appears in the search results and on the item details page. To modify thumbnail image, Click on Click thumbnail to change image link. 6. Click on Choose File button >> Browse to image file in your local disk. Add an image that is 200 pixels wide by 133 pixels high. If your image is a different dimension, it is resized to 200 by 133 and may appear warped. Use a web file format such as PNG, GIF, and JPEG. The maximum file size you can upload is 1 MB. 8 P a g e

9 7. Image will be uploaded and click on OK button. 8. Update the item detail (if any): a) Title Item title b) Summary Item summary c) Description Item details d) Access and Use Constraints Item constraints e) Tags Keyword for searching purpose f) Credits organization or individual name g) Extent Item extent. 9 P a g e

10 9. Click the Set Extent to open the Extent window. You can type values for the top, right, bottom, and left, or click the Draw Extent button, right-click, and drag a box in the map. When you are finished setting the extent, click OK 10. Click on Save button to save item details. 10 P a g e

11 3.2. Adding items from the web You can add ArcGIS Server services, KML, and OGC WMS. You can also add documents and images stored on the web. When you add an item from the web, you are referencing the REST endpoint (URL). The website does not store the item itself. a) ArcGIS Server service There are two main types of ArcGIS Server services that can be used as layers for a web map: - A feature layer is a collection of geographic features. Each feature in the collection has a location, set of properties, map symbology, and pop-up window. Feature layers allow you to execute queries on the features and perform live edits on the features using templates for an enhanced editing experience. A feature layer can be managed as a part of your content or referenced in a web map or application. The contents of some feature layers can be downloaded. Feature layers include feature services and hosted feature services. - A map layer is a pre-rendered collection of map cartography organized by location and scale. Map layers can be dynamic or cached as tile sets. Dynamic map layers generate map images when requested by the layer. As you navigate the map, new map images are displayed. Dynamic map layers include map services and image services. A tile set is an organized collection of raster map caches combining terrain data, imagery, symbolized map features, and labels. Tile sets are created for specific geographic extents, projections, and levels of detail. They support fast visualization of complex maps using a collection of pre-drawn map tiles. These map layers are created and stored on the server after you upload your data. They are appropriate for base maps that give your web maps geographic context. Tile set layers include hosted tiled map services. b) KML An XML-based file format used to represent geographic features in applications. KML allows you to draw points, lines, and polygons on maps and globes and share them with others. Using KML you can also designate text, pictures, movies, or links to other GIS services that appear when the user clicks the feature. 11 P a g e

12 c) OGC WMS - An international specification for serving and consuming dynamic maps on the web. Limitations of using OGC WMS in the ArcGIS.com map viewer: - Pop-up windows cannot be enabled in OGC WMS. - You cannot edit features in OGC WMS. - You cannot set the visibility range in OGC WMS layers. - Secure OGC WMS layers are not supported. - Internal OGC WMS layers are not supported. - OGC WMS layers not in Web Mercator cannot use the ArcGIS.com map viewer base maps. This is because the coordinate system of the layer does not align with that of the base maps (which are in Web Mercator). 1. Click on MY CONTENT button >> Click on Add Item button. 12 P a g e

13 2. Enter the item information: a) The item is - Select On the web. b) Select ArcGIS Server web service from the radio button. c) URL - REST URL of the service. You can then copy the URL from the browser's address bar. Do not append any parameters such as a token to the URL. If you added a secured service, enter a user name and password for an account that has access to the service and select whether or not you want the credentials stored with the service item. If the credentials are not stored with the item, you will be prompted for credentials every time you access the service. If the credentials are stored with the item, you will not be prompted for credentials. d) Title Service title e) Tags keyword for searching purpose And click on Add Item button to add the service into content. 13 P a g e

14 3. A new service will be added. Click on Edit button to update the item details. 4. When you add an item to the website, a thumbnail image is automatically created. The image appears in the search results and on the item details page. To modify thumbnail image, Click on Click thumbnail to change image link. 14 P a g e

15 5. Click on Choose File button >> Browse to image file in your local disk. Add an image that is 200 pixels wide by 133 pixels high. If your image is a different dimension, it is resized to 200 by 133 and may appear warped. Use a web file format such as PNG, GIF, and JPEG. The maximum file size you can upload is 1 MB. 6. Image will be uploaded and click on OK button. 15 P a g e

16 7. Update the item detail (if any): a) Title Service title b) Summary Service summary c) Description service details d) Access and Use Constraints service constraints e) Tags Keyword for searching purpose f) Credits organization or individual name g) Extent service extent. 16 P a g e

17 8. Click the Set Extent to open the Extent window. You can type values for the top, right, bottom, and left, or click the Draw Extent button, right-click, and drag a box in the map. When you are finished setting the extent, click OK 9. Click on Save button to save item details. 17 P a g e

18 3.3. Adding application Adding a URL reference to an existing desktop, web, or mobile application is an effective way to share your work with members of your organization and the general public. In addition to the URL, you can share other details such as the type of app, its purpose, a summary and description, and a ZIP file with the code you used to create the app. As an app developer with an organizational account, you can also register your app and obtain an app ID. 1. Click on MY CONTENT button >> Click on Add Item button. 18 P a g e

19 2. Enter the item information: a) The item is Select application b) Choose the type of item application from the radio button: - Web Mapping An external site with its own URL and built with a web API such as JavaScript. - Mobile A downloadable app for devices built with an SDK such as ios. - Application A desktop application or any type of generic app where you don't have details about purpose, API/SDK, or URL address. c) URL Application URL for web and mobile application. d) Purpose - For web mapping or mobile, choose the purpose from the dropdown button. - Ready to Use Fully functioning website or mobile application. - Configurable Fully functioning app that can be deployed by configuring a file - Code Sample Code for a specific piece of functionality, either as a live sample or a description of how to use the sample in an application. e) API - For web mapping or mobile, choose the API (web mapping) or SDK (mobile) used to create the application. f) Title Application title. g) Tags keyword for searching purpose. And click on Add Item to add the application into content 19 P a g e

20 4. A new service will be added. Click on Edit button to update the item details. 4. When you add an item to the website, a thumbnail image is automatically created. The image appears in the search results and on the item details page. To modify thumbnail image, Click on Click thumbnail to change image link. 20 P a g e

21 5. Click on Choose File button >> Browse to image file in your local disk. Add an image that is 200 pixels wide by 133 pixels high. If your image is a different dimension, it is resized to 200 by 133 and may appear warped. Use a web file format such as PNG, GIF, and JPEG. The maximum file size you can upload is 1 MB. 6. Image will be uploaded and click on OK button. 21 P a g e

22 7. Update the item detail (if any): a) Title Application title b) Summary application summary c) Description Application details d) Access and Use Constraints Application constraints e) Tags Keyword for searching purpose f) Credits organization or individual name g) Extent application extent 22 P a g e

23 8. Click the Set Extent to open the Extent window. You can type values for the top, right, bottom, and left, or click the Draw Extent button, right-click, and drag a box in the map. When you are finished setting the extent, click OK 9. Click Save button to save item details. 23 P a g e

24 4. Authoring Web Map Web maps can be authored in three basic steps: a) choose an area b) decide what to show c) save and share your work You can start from a new map or work with an existing one. When you open an existing map, you can change the extent, locate places, view a legend, see information about features, and more. With either approach, you can select a base map from the base map gallery, add data layers, configure pop-up windows, include bookmarks to specific places, include a description of the map, then save it as your own item and share it with others through links or by embedding it in a website or application Adding items from the web Web maps are built by selecting a base map, then adding data layers from services and files. New web maps include a default base map that provides background or contextual information for additional content you place on top. You can choose a different and add content from several other sources to augment what the map conveys. One option for adding information to your map is to find existing layers from your organization, ArcGIS Online, Esri, the web, or a GIS server. ArcGIS Online includes content you have added, content from groups you belong to and public content. Esri Map Layers include world traffic and demographics. Layers you search for can be ArcGIS Server map, image, and feature services; KML documents; and OGC web services. To search for layers: 1. Click on MAP button 24 P a g e

25 2. Click on Add button >> Search for Layers 3. Enter keywords within the Find field. Choose where you want to search for layers from dropdown button >> Click Go button >> A list of layers that relate to the keywords you entered appears. 25 P a g e

26 4. Click a title to see a pop-up summary of the layer 5. Click on Add button to the right of the title to add the layer to your map >> Click the Done Adding Layers button to close the Search for layers to add window. 26 P a g e

27 One way to add a data layer to your web map is to reference the URL to a specific service layer you know about. To add layer from web: 1. Click on MAP button 2. Click on Add button >> Add Layer from Web 3. Choose An ArcGIS Server Web Service from dropdown button >> Enter the service URL >> If you want to use the layer as a basemap, check Use as Basemap check box >> Click on Add Layer 27 P a g e

28 4. The layer is added to your web map. Popup Sign In: Fill user name and password has been registered in MyGDI Explorer to view layer of map. Note: User can register this ID at MyGDI Explorer: P a g e

29 4.2. Adding layer from file To add layer from file: You can add features to your map by importing data you have stored in a delimited text file (.csv or.txt), GPS Exchange Format (.gpx) file, or shapefile (compressed into a.zip). A layer from a file is stored in the map. Consideration to add text file: a) When using latitude and longitude, the first 1,000 rows of features are displayed on the map. If you use Internet Explorer 7 or 8 to add your file, the first 750 rows of features are displayed. When using addresses, the first 250 rows of features are displayed. b) Use Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome for the best performance. These browsers allow you to drag and drop your file directly onto the map and import up to 1,000 features containing latitude and longitude information. With Internet Explorer 9, you can import up to 1,000 features with latitude and longitude but you cannot drag and drop your file. Internet 7 and 8 limit you to 750 features (and you cannot drag and drop your file). With all browsers, you are limited to 250 features if you are using addresses. Consideration to add zip file: a) Choose to generalize features for web display if you have a large amount of features intended to be displayed at small scales and you have not already generalized your vertices in ArcGIS for Desktop. b) Create a.zip file that contains the.shp,.shx,.dbf, and.prj files that comprise the shapefile. 29 P a g e

30 c) Store your shapefile directly in the root (the central directory) of the.zip archive and not in directories within the archive. If your.zip file viewer shows path information, the path should be blank. d) The name of the new layer is the same as the name of the.zip file you added. You can rename the file before adding to the map, or rename the layer once it is part of the map. e) Add standard compressed archive.zip files. f) Include no more than 1,000 shape file features in your file. g) In some cases, when you attempt to add a file with fewer than 1,000 features, you see an error message that the shape file is too big to add to the map. This occurs when the extracted data is too big to display in a web browser. Often, generalizing the features will reduce the overall size and allow the shape file to be added to the map. If that doesn't work, you may need to create a feature service with ArcGIS for Server. 1. Click on MAP button 2. Click on Add button >> Add Layer from File 30 P a g e

31 3. Click on Choose File button >> browse file from your local disk. 4. The file will be uploaded >> Click on Import Layer button 31 P a g e

32 5. The data will be added to your map. 32 P a g e

33 5. Opening Content From within the website, you can open maps, data, and applications by clicking the Open button under the item's thumbnail or by clicking the thumbnail itself. By default, the item opens in the most appropriate application: a) web applications open in a web browser b) web maps open in the ArcGIS.com map viewer c) Layer packages open in ArcGIS for Desktop. 2. Click on Gallery button >> point to item >> click the Open arrow under the item and click the application where you want to open the item. 3. Click on the URL link to open the REST file. 33 P a g e

34 6. Esri Map for Office Esri Maps for Office is an add-in for Microsoft Office that brings mapping capabilities into Microsoft Excel and Microsoft PowerPoint. With Esri Maps for Office, you can easily create a geospatial view of your organization's data by creating an interactive map that includes data from Excel and ArcGIS services, without leaving the Excel environment. From Excel, you can share your Excel data to ArcGIS Online, add web maps you've created to PowerPoint, or copy maps as images that can be inserted anywhere that paste functionality is supported. Esri Maps for Office brings mapping into PowerPoint by allowing you to include maps from Excel or maps from ArcGIS Online as slides within any PowerPoint presentation. Esri Maps for Office requires ArcGIS Online for Organization account and Microsoft Office Excel or PowerPoint 2010 or Microsoft Office Excel or PowerPoint The supported operating systems include: Windows XP (must have SP3) (32-bit) Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit) Windows 8 (32-bit and 64-bit) Windows Server 2003 with SP2 and MSXML 6.0 (32-bit Office only) Windows Server 2008 R2 Windows Server 2012 You can download the software through this link and install it on your machine: 34 P a g e

35 6.1. Add data to the map With Esri Maps for Office, you can easily add your Excel data directly to a map, then share that information to your organization through ArcGIS Online for Organization. To add Excel data to a map, the spreadsheet data must contain at least one of several location types: a) street addresses b) latitude and longitude values (coordinates) c) place names To add textual (place name and streets address): 1. Open up a spreadsheet containing location information in Microsoft Excel 2010 >> Click on Esri Maps tab on the ribbon >> Click on Sign In button. 2. Enter your ArcGIS Online user name and password >> Click on Sign In button. Check the Remember me check box to stay signed in to ArcGIS Online between Excel sessions. 35 P a g e

36 3. Click on Insert Map button 4. Right click to map viewer >> Select Add Excel Data or click on Add Excel Data button at the toolbar. 36 P a g e

37 5. Click on Table or Named Range 6. Click on Next Button 37 P a g e

38 7. Click on Add Custom Location Type link. This feature allows you to use a hosted service from ArcGIS Online to specify a location type. For example, if your organization has its own boundaries shared on ArcGIS Online, you can map your spreadsheet data using those locations instead of the default location types. 8. Search all of ArcGIS Online or within your organization for the hosted service you would like to use as a custom location type. Type your search query into the Search for layers box and press Enter or click on Select button. icon. Choose the hosted service you would like to use by clicking 38 P a g e

39 9. You will be prompted to select a layer within the hosted service to use as a custom location type. Select a layer by clicking on it and click on Next button. 10. Check the box or boxes next to the field of the hosted service that will be used to match your spreadsheet data to the features in the hosted service >> Click on Next button. Be sure the values in both places (spreadsheet and hosted service) are of the same type (number or text) and formatted identically or you won't be able to use your custom location type. 39 P a g e

40 11. Give the custom location type a name and description and click on Add button. 12. The custom location type is now available for use at the bottom of the Location Type list. Select the new custom location >> Click on Next button. 40 P a g e

41 13. Select First row contains headers checkbox if you have header >> Select field that is match with hosted service from dropdown button >> click on Add button. 14. A layer containing the data is added to the map and displays in the Map Contents tab on Esri Maps task pane. 41 P a g e

42 6.2. Add data coordinates values To add coordinates values: 1. Open up a spreadsheet containing location information in Microsoft Excel 2010 >> Click on Esri Maps tab on the ribbon >> Click on Sign In button. 2. Enter your ArcGIS Online user name and password >> Click on Sign In button. Check the Remember me check box to stay signed in to ArcGIS Online between Excel sessions. 3. Click on Insert Map button 42 P a g e

43 4. Right click to map viewer >> Select Add Excel Data or click on Add Excel Data button at the toolbar. 5. Click on Table or Named Range 43 P a g e

44 6. Click on Next Button 7. Select Latitude, Longitude >> Click on Next button 44 P a g e

45 8. Choose Latitude and Longitude field from the dropdown button >> click on Add button. 9. A layer containing the data is added to the map and displays in the Map Contents tab on Esri Maps task pane. 45 P a g e

46 6.3. Share maps Sharing a map to ArcGIS Online is only enabled if you are signed in with an organization account that has publisher permissions. 1. You can share your map to your ArcGIS Online. Click on Share Map button. 2. Enter sharing information: a) Tilte Map title b) Tags Keyword for searching purpose c) Description Map description d) Share with Check the box or boxes next to the organization or groups you want to share the item with. And click on Next button 46 P a g e

47 3. Click on Share Map button to share the map to ArcGIS Online as a web map. Note that publishing may take several minutes depending on the amount of data in your map. 4. Once the map has published successfully, a message appears at the bottom of the Esri Maps task pane along with a link to view the map in ArcGIS Online. Click the link to View the Published Map. 47 P a g e

48 5. The web map details page opens in ArcGIS Online. The details page displays the title, tags and description that you entered previously >> Click Open to open the map in the ArcGIS.com Map Viewer, ArcGIS Explorer Online or if installed, open in ArcMap P a g e

49 6.4. Working with Powerpoint Slide Esri Maps for Office provides two options for adding a map to a Microsoft PowerPoint slide: a) Create a map in Microsoft Excel, then create a slide from Excel. A PowerPoint slide is created with a static image of the map. b) Create a map in PowerPoint by adding a web map from ArcGIS Online. You can add a map as a static image or a dynamic (interactive) map that allows for panning and zooming while in presentation mode. You must first have published a web map on ArcGIS Online, then you can add it using a search in PowerPoint. To create slide from Excel: 1. Click on Create Slide button 2. Esri Maps for Office opens Microsoft PowerPoint and creates a new slide containing the map. The map contained in the slide is a static image and is no longer interactive as it was in Excel. 49 P a g e

50 A standard map slide contains a static image of the map. You cannot interact, pan, zoom, or get information about features. A dynamic map slide allows you to interact with the map while you are in presentation mode. You can zoom in, zoom out, pan and get information about features by clicking them. To add a map to a powerpoint slide: 1. Open Microsoft PowerPoint >> click the Esri Maps tab on the Ribbon >> Click on Add Map Slides button. 2. Type your search query for into Search text box on the right side of the Add Map Slides dialog and press Enter or click on button. icon. Choose the web map you would like to use by clicking Open 50 P a g e

51 3. If you want to create a dynamic map slide, check the Make it Dynamic check box. A dynamic map slide is one that allows you to interact with it (zoom, pan, display pop-up information) while you are in presentation mode. 4. Click on Contents tab >> click the icon to add items to the Map Key (if desired) >> Click on Create Map Slide button. 51 P a g e

52 5. An image of the map is added to a slide. You can resize and edit the image just as you would any other image in PowerPoint. 6. Close the Add Map Slides dialog box if you are finished. Press F5 to start presentation mode and navigate to the slide you just added. If you added a dynamic map slide, click the Play button and you can pan, zoom in, zoom out and click features to find out more information. If you have a mouse with a scroll wheel, you can use that to zoom in and out. Otherwise, you can use the following keyboard commands: Shift+click and drag the mouse to zoom in or Ctrl+Shift+click and drag the mouse to zoom out. 52 P a g e

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