This tutorial shows you how to create a HeatMap symbolizer in GeoMedia Smart Client 15.
Note: The result will be the same symbolizer as you can see in our online demo.
The following screenshot shows you the starting point of the HeatMap symbolizer in the StyleEditor:
Note: If you switch in the color picker to the tab RGB you can copy and paste the color codes from above.
Note: The colors are chosen by the help of ColorBrewer: Color Advice for Maps.
Note: If you want to use a polygonal feature for HeatMap symbols, then you have to define a LINK HeatMap Geometry function for it.
The following screenshot shows the HeatMap for the fire history of Clark County between 1910-2013. The same example can be viewed on our online demo.
The result of this addon tutorial will be a simple BaseMap (Google Terrain) with HeatMap as a live rendered overlay.
Note: Prerequisite of this addon tutorial is the completion of these steps:
Note: If you already have a BaseMap and you want just add the BarChart layer, continue reading after the second break in the list.
Note: For Google and Bing Maps you must have a *.csf with EPSG:3857 previously uploaded in the GeoMedia Smart Client. How to add a coordinate system can be read LINK CoordinateSystem.
Note: If you have already uploaded such a *.csf file it will be automatically selected in this field.
Note: If you don't see the feature there, you have to assign the HeatMap feature at one of the themes in your specified project.
Note: If you have more than one live feature and you want the HeatMap feature for example in the foreground, you can change the layer order by drag and drop.
The following screenshot shows the HeatMap for the fire history of Clark County between 1910-2013.
Note: If you want to change the opacity of the live feature, you have to edit the symbolizer in the StyleEditor. In this case details can be found LINK HeatMap Symbolizer