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 After a search query is triggered, a second page will be invoked (see Figure 3). A browseable map viewer shows the geographical reference of the data sets (if provided), which allows you to  take a look at the positions of the stations of your interest. By selecting of a station you have access to further metadata details of this station. The map viewer uses numbered marker symbols; time series data from  sensor networks are numbered by letters (A, B, …), whereas “static” data sets are numbered by digits (1, 2, …). In the lower part of the screen a paginated list of the queried data sets with the same enumeration as in the map viewer is shown. Finally, the left part of the screen provides possibilities to extend or restrict the current query or initiate new data queries, such as specifying new “What”, “When” or “Where” conditions (see …).  After a search query is triggered, a second page will be invoked (see Figure 3). A browseable map viewer shows the geographical reference of the data sets (if provided), which allows you to  take a look at the positions of the stations of your interest. By selecting of a station you have access to further metadata details of this station. The map viewer uses numbered marker symbols; time series data from  sensor networks are numbered by letters (A, B, …), whereas “static” data sets are numbered by digits (1, 2, …). In the lower part of the screen a paginated list of the queried data sets with the same enumeration as in the map viewer is shown. Finally, the left part of the screen provides possibilities to extend or restrict the current query or initiate new data queries, such as specifying new “What”, “When” or “Where” conditions (see …). 
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-(1) A map viewer application shows the geographical reference of the data. +  - A map viewer application shows the geographical reference of the data. 
-(2) The search result is shown as a list containing the title and (if selected) the abstract of the data +  ​- ​The search result is shown as a list containing the title and (if selected) the abstract of the data 
-(3) Clicking on one of the marker symbols provides more information on the data set(s). +  ​- ​Clicking on one of the marker symbols provides more information on the data set(s). 
-(4) Search results are shown in pages, which can be scrolled here. +  ​- ​Search results are shown in pages, which can be scrolled here. 
-(5) “View Metadata” button offers a relative compact summary of metadata with more details (see …) +  ​- ​“View Metadata” button offers a relative compact summary of metadata with more details (see …) 
-(6) Advanced Search panel to perform extended search with additional options such as “When?​”,​ “Where?​”,​ “What?” (see ...)+  ​- ​Advanced Search panel to perform extended search with additional options such as “When?​”,​ “Where?​”,​ “What?” (see ...)
    
find_data.txt · Last modified: 2017/11/17 13:53 by wascaladmin