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HatusPeters
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Groupping regions when zooming out

Hi 

 

Currently when you have many region points over an area every single point is shown correctly on the map.

However when you zoom out these points get very close to each other. Is there a way to kind of regroup these regions into one cluster point like in Google Maps? 

 

Kind regards

Hatus

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Employee
Employee

Re: Groupping regions when zooming out

For clustering use the QGA Connector operation Cluster.
Or change dimension to group the points together.
Or use different layers and toogle by zoom level.

Thanks,
Patric
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Employee
Employee

Re: Groupping regions when zooming out

For clustering use the QGA Connector operation Cluster.
Or change dimension to group the points together.
Or use different layers and toogle by zoom level.

Thanks,
Patric
HatusPeters
Contributor

Re: Groupping regions when zooming out

Hi Patric

 

Thank you! The solution with different levels toggling the zoom level worked well.

However it is very tricky to set the zoom level for each level on the right scale to that one level disappear and the next one is shown because we only have a slider for it. Which jumps out of the scope every time I try to get the right zooming.

I couldn't catch the exact zoom in/out number with it so the levels can be smoothly shown/hidden.

It would be much easier to have an expression box to set the zooming level like we want. Can it be possible in the future?

This way we can simulate a very interesting map with different levels for grouping.

 

Best regards

Hatus

Employee
Employee

Re: Groupping regions when zooming out

Yes, the behaviour in the new native mapchart is different, hopefully better.
The trick in the QGA map view is first to zoom to the right level. Then drag the zoom level slider all the the way to the left or to the right, then it will automatically snap to that level.
Thanks,
Patric