Territories Guide - Build

 

Creating a new Territory 

 

Video Guide

Step One

Modifying a Territories layer - To modify your own data, Open an existing project and then select My Data, click on the Territories layer you wish to edit.

Step Two

Add a new Territory - Within the layer editor panel in the Select section, ensure All is selected, and click on Add. You will notice the cursor change into edit mode, ready for you to create your Territory on the map. 

Step Three

Create your new Territory on the map

To select a component for your new Territory, click on the map at the required location. You can then add further components (Territory building-blocks) by clicking on them.      

The new Territory can also be viewed within the data view. Click on the data grid button at the bottom left of the map to see how Territory values change as components are added or removed.

Step Four

Editing the Territory 

You can change the size of a new or existing Territory by adding or removing individual component blocks, or by selecting groups of components. To access alternative selection methods, open the Design & Build section and select Size.       

The Single select tool allows you to add / remove one ‘building-block’ at a time. To use this method, click on the Territory component on the map that you would like to add. The map will update automatically.      

The Polygon select tool allows you to draw a shape on the map and add whichever ‘buildingblocks’ fall within the shape. To use this method, click on the map around the area that you wish to add to your Territory to form a polygon shape, and click on the first point to close the shape. The map will update assigning the selected bricks to your Territory.      

The Radius select tool allows you to draw a circle on the map and add whichever ‘buildingblocks’ fall within the circle. To use this method, click on the map at the centre of the area that you wish to add and drag the mouse to create a circle around the area you wish to add. Let go of the mouse to finish. The map will update assigning the selected bricks to your Territory. 

Step Five

Save your project - Once you have made your Territory changes, click on Save to save your updated layer. 

Adding or removing components from Territories 

 

Video Guide

Step One

Edit a Territory layer - To edit your own data, Open an existing project and then select My Data, click on the Territory layer you wish to style. 

Step Two

Select a Territory to edit - Once you have identified a Territory that you wish to edit, you need to select the Territory. Open the Select section of the panel, click on the button next to Terr and start to type the name of the Territory in the text box. Click on the required Territory when you can see it in the dropdown list.

Step Three

Add or remove components from a Territory

After selecting a Territory, you can click on the Territory component blocks on the map to add or remove them from your Territory. To access alternative selection methods, open the Design & Build section and select Size. There are three different methods for selecting component blocks:      

Single select - allows you to add / remove one ‘building-block’ at a time.      

Polygon select - allows you to draw a shape on the map and add whichever ‘building-blocks’ fall within the shape. To use this method, click on the map around the area that you want to add to your Territory.      

Radius select - allows you to draw a circle on the map and add whichever ‘building-blocks’ fall within the circle. To use this method, click on the map at the centre of the area that you want to select and then drag the mouse to form a circle around the required area.      

Changes to the Territories can also be viewed within the data view. Click on the data grid button at the bottom left of the map to see how Territory values change as components are added or removed.  

Step Four

Save your changes - When you have finished editing your Territories save the project by clicking on the Save icon at the top right of the screen. This will save any changes to your Territory layer and to the rest of the project.

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