Have you integrated, for canvas map, jquery location picker, datapicker, timepicker, for declaring, firstnames and lastnames from the persons, which have been near location coordinates picker, datapicker, timepicker, ???
Have you integrated, for canvas map, jquery location picker, datapicker, timepicker, for declaring, firstnames and lastnames from the persons, which have been near location coordinates picker, datapicker, timepicker,?
Below is an example of working with data and filtering by date, time, persons, and locations in Lampyre.
Consider importing a file with some random data not related to real people.
A relevant example is as follows:
Then we need an appropriate template display for source data on the Scheme and Map.
To do this, use the button:
Сreate such a template for our new object type:
What to consider:
Geo point field, to which we add latitude and longitude, display objects on the Map.
Datetime field enables studying the chronology of events.
We also need to define the displayed values and key values:
Each task requires a unique combination you need to define. Our case requires only name and surname in the signature on the Scheme, and name + surname + location visit date as key ones. It’s important to understand that if you don’t select a key value Datetime, Lampyre will combine data on firstname and lastname into common objects:
While this may be enough for some tasks. For our example, every line shall be considered as a single object in more detail.
After we created and saved the template, we can display our data on the Scheme or Map:
All Lampyre windows are interconnected. We can display data both on a map and in tabular form.
Now let’s take a closer look at our data. Originally, the map displayed all available points, related to Andrew Johnson and Mark Roberts based on visiting time.
For instance, turn to Andrew changing his location. We shall highlight him in the Content window and choose Refine:
To examine his location during the day on weekdays (where he works perhaps), choose weekdays in the Content and click on Refine:
And then select morning and daytime, and also click on Refine:
So we can see two points:
Select both areas by holding Shift and double click. After the data was filtered in the table, Andrew’s location at a given time is displayed on the map:
Reset the filters with the button
The same actions with evening time might specify his home location:
We can also choose Andrew in the Content Window, then display Window – Timeline:
Timeline is also an interactive clickable Lampyre element.
The same actions with Mark determine Mark and Andrew in the same locations both during the day and in the evening, so we can assume that they work in one place and live next door.
We can set a condition the same way: see all the points on weekend (not specifying a specific person):
Andrew was at the same place where he usually is in the evenings on weekdays. Mark was in Atlanta that time.
We can also start by selecting an area on the map:
At any time we can transfer the selected objects to a separate map or scheme:
Then turn to the map with points in a particular area, and all statistics displayed by them only - no extra data. Andrew and Mark appear in this area on weekdays during business hours. They might be colleagues:
Thus, Lampyre provides filtering by time, date, location and other parameters, replacing datapick, timepick and location_pick on canvas.