01-29-2020 02:55 AM
with the update to MAE 2019 (v16.6.2), I am experiencing issues regarding the cluster representation in Feature Analyzer.
I have a vector set containing more than 660 000 features. Per default, features are loaded in point representation.
Cluster settings were moved to the tab Additional Features, as far as I understood.
To get this optional tab I have to change to Advanced Mode in the field setup.
The new chart with the title Features is of type Primary. If I change type to Cluster, my points are gone in the map and no clusters are displayed.
If I change back to Primary, the points do not come back. What is going wrong?
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01-29-2020 04:08 AM
As you have mentioned and is outlined in the M.App Enterprise Release Guide :
"Cluster (2D Only). Displays feature data as Cluster Markers. Color & Style properties that were once in the Color Configuration tab are now defined per Cluster layer in the General tab."
I suspect the geometry x/y isn't specified for the Feature Configuration in this case and I dont see it in your screenshots. This is causing the feature data to not display.
Please check the 'Geometry' tab and configure the 'x/y' if it hasn't been already.
01-29-2020 04:23 AM
I think the geometry is correctly set because features displayed before I switched to cluster.
Clusters with the same vector set were succesfully displayed in MAE 2018.
But I am using a Custom Classification. Might this lead to an error?
01-29-2020 06:10 AM
Now I got it.
It was surprisingly necessary to define the geometry (latitude/longitude). Which was not the case in former versions using the same vector set.
But then the application got stuck loading the features.
The solution in the end was to define the setting for Cluster Distance.
This field is empty by default, but must be filled anyway from what I've learned now.