Help to adaptive.avinet.no

Tools in simple mode:
FIND: Click or drag a rectangle in the map to get underlying information about objects and features.
PAN: Click and drag the mouse pointer to move around in the map.
ZOOM IN: Drag a rectangle around the area you want to zoom in on.
ZOOM OUT: Click this button to display the map in a smaller scale.
FULL EXTENT: Click here to display full extent.
LEGEND: Click here to display the legend.
PRINT: Click here to print the map - please note that you can adjust map settings in the form on the right hand side of the map.
COPY URL: Click here to copy a URL for the current map.
CLEAR SEARCH: Click here to remove arrow resulting from geographical names search, address search or property id search from the map.
SEARCH: Click here to search for geographical names, addresses or property id's.
HELP: Click here to display help-text.

ZOOM TO COUNTY/MUNICIPALITY:
Go directly to specific region.

CHOOSE BASEMAP:
Choose what kind of basemap you will use.

CHOOSE CATEGORY:
Choose category. A category is a group of layers.
You can choose which layer you wish to turn on. Some of the layers are available for search. They are labeled SEARCH to the right of the layer. Clicking on SEARCH would present a textbox where you can type your search in.

ADVANCED MODE:
When switching til "Advanced mode", you will retreive a list of all available layers in the left frame. This layers can be sorted alphabetic, by category or by the organization that is responsible for the specific layer. You will also get new tools above the map. In this mode, the user has the possibility to customize his own map. There are more layers in advanced mode, than in simple mode.

Tools in advanced mode:
Click or drag a rectangle in the map to get underlying information about objects and features.
Click and drag the mouse pointer to move around in the map.
Drag a rectangle around the area you want to zoom in on.
Click this button to display the map in a smaller scale.
Click here to display full extent.
Click here to go to a specified map scale.
Click here to measure distances in the map. Doubleclick to end measuring.
Click here to measure areas in the map. Doubleclick to end measuring.
Click here to display the legend.
Klikk her for å digitize X/Y coordinate.
Click here to draw a point in the map.
Click here to draw a line in the map.
Click here to draw a polygon in the map.
Click here to see a list of your digitized objects.

Save your own objects:
It is possible to save the objects that you have made into shape-files. Choose list of your digitized objects, and then "Download objects". You will receive a zip-file. Points are named p_*.shp p_*.shx and p_*.dbf. Lines are named l_*.shp etc. and polygons are named p_*.shp etc. You can open these filen in ArcGIS for instance or maybe convert they to other kind of filetypes. It is not possible to open they in Adaptive again.

Click here to create buffer.
Click here to go to buffer-menu.
Click here to print the map - please note that you can adjust map settings in the form on the right hand side of the map.
Click here to copy a URL for the current map
Click here to send this map as email - please notice that you can adjust map settings in the form on the right hand side of the map.
Click here to save the current map to disk - please notice that you can adjust map settings in the form on the right hand side of the map.
Click here to save the current map to disk as a PDF-file - please notice that you can adjust map settings in the form on the right hand side of the map.
Click to save this map as a georeferenced JPEG-file.
Click here to search for geographical names, addresses or property id's.
Click here to remove the arrow in the map that resulted from geographical nam search, address search or property id search.
Click here to go to coordinate location in map.
Klikk her for å gå transform coordinates.
Click here to upload a GPX file.
Click here to display uploaded GPX file(s).
Click here to read statistics.
Click here to read help text.
Click here to log in - requires username and password.

ZOOM TO COUNTY/MUNICIPALITY:
Go directly to specific region.

CHOOSE BASEMAP
Choose what kind of basemap you will use.

SORT CATEGORY
Choose category. A category is a group of layers.
You can choose which layer you wish to turn on. Some of the layers are available for search. They are labeled SEARCH to the right of the layer. Clicking on SEARCH would present a textbox where you can type your search in.

When you turn on a layer, metadata about the layer will show up i right frame. You can also show metadata by clicking directly on the layer label.

BASIC SEARCH
There are three different search opportunities that are always present. Search for geographical names, adresses or property id's.
Search on geographical names gives you results based on datasets fro N250 and N50.
Search on adress; type streetname and number. Search on property id; Choose municipality, then type GNR, BNR and FNR.