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MDP set

In this page you can define all the information contained in your Macroseismic Intensity Data table (as defined in tab.2). Each field existing in your table must be mapped to the corresponding MIDOP field. Fields with the “*” symbol are required. The following settings boxes are available:

MDP set identifier Define the earthquake unique identifier. The identifier can be a number or a text but it must follow some rules: it cannot contain spaces, nor special character such "è, ì", accents, apostrophes, parenthesis, symbols (<, >, /, *, @, #, §, ...). Only the symbol "_" (underscore) is allowed. This parameter must be always set and it will be used by the system to create references between tables. This parameter will also be used for the dynamic file name creation of the final website files.
MDP unique identifier Define the macroseismic data point identifier; it can be a number or a text but it must follow some rules: it cannot contain spaces, nor special character such "è, ì", accents, apostrophes, parenthesis, symbols (<, >, /, *, @, #, §, ...). Only the symbol "_" (underscore) is allowed. This parameter is required.
Place unique identifier Define the cited place identifier; it can be a number or a text but it must follow some rules: it cannot contain spaces, nor special character such "è, ì", accents, apostrophes, parenthesis, symbols (<, >, /, *, @, #, §, ...). Only the symbol "_" (underscore) is allowed. This parameter must be always set.
Place name Define the place name of the macroseismic data point.
Place name (shortened) Define the truncated version of the place name of the macroseismic data point. It will be used for html content creation.
Place name as in the source Define the place name that was found in the historical source used in order to retrieve the macroseismic information.
Place special case Define the place special case code. See the “locality special case” code tables in chapter 4.2.
Latitude and longitude Define the MDP latitude and longitude. The value must be expressed in geographical decimal degree.
Intensity macroseismic scale Define the macroseismic scale adopted for expressing the intensity value.
Intensity Define the MDP observed intensity. The value must be expressed with a text
(5, 5-6, 6, 6-7, NF, F, D, HD, ...).
Intensity (numerical value) Define the corresponding numerical value of the observed intensity value. The value must expressed using decimal numbers
(5, 5.5, 6, 6.5, 1, 3.9, 6.5, 7.5, ...).
Reliability Define the reliability code of the assigned macroseismic intensity.
Number of reports Set the number of reports used to assess the intensity.
Effects on the environment List of effects on the environment caused or associated to the earthquake. Examples (semicolon separated if more than one): explosion, felt, fire, flood, geyser activity, ground cracking, landslide, liquefaction, mine collapse, sand blow, seiche, sounds, subsidence, tsunami, uplift, volcanic activity, other (specify).
Effects on infrastructure List of effects on infrastructure or networks. Examples (semicolon separated if more than one): bridges, drainage, electricity, gas, railway, roads, sanitation, telecommunications, water supply, other (specify).
Number of deaths Set the number of deaths occurred in the very specific place.
Number of people injured Set the number of people injured occurred in the very specific place.
Country code Define the place country code (available codes in tab.2d).
Adminstrative subdivision level 1 code First order country administrative division code (e.g. region code for Italy).
Adminstrative subdivision level 1 name First order country administrative division name (e.g. region name for Italy)
Adminstrative subdivision level 2 code Second order country administrative division code (e.g. province code for Italy).
Adminstrative subdivision level 2 name Second order country administrative division name (e.g. province name for Italy).
Adminstrative subdivision level 3 code Third order country administrative division code (e.g. ISTAT code for Italy).
Adminstrative subdivision level 3 name Third order country administrative division name (e.g. comune name for Italy).
Link to a webpage Set the address of an external webpage with further information about the MDP.
Notes about the MDP Useful and informative notes about the MDP.
Columns title Define the text to be used as a column header.
Columns content Define the column content source field.
Chars Define the maximum number of characters of the column content. If a text has a number of characters longer than this value the resulting text will be truncated.
Align Define the column alignment (L=left, R=right).
Map link Define which column will be used as a link for finding places on the map.
Default sort Define which column is the table default sort. Only one column can be set as the default sort.
Sorting rules Define the rules for sorting the column content. The resulting sort of the column is the result of the sort of all the specified fields selected from the earthquake catalogue table, starting from the top to bottom. Click “add a sort rule” for adding a filed to the list. It is possible to specify a sort order for each selected field.
Columns title Define the text to be used as a column header.
Columns content Define the column content source field.
Chars Define the maximum number of characters of the column content. If a text has a number of characters longer than this value the resulting text will be truncated.
Align Define the column alignment (L=left, R=right).
Map link Define which column will be used as a link for finding places on the map.
Default sort Define which column is the table default sort. Only one column can be set as the default sort.
Sorting rules Define the rules for sorting the column content. The resulting sort of the column is the result of the sort of all the specified fields selected from the earthquake catalogue table, starting from the top to bottom. Click “add a sort rule” for adding a filed to the list. It is possible to specify a sort order for each selected field.
Current page settings Edit the source code of the settings contained in this control panel page.
IMPORTANT NOTE
Changing the source code directly might completely harm MIDOP and it might end up stop working.
You should know what you are doing and please, use these funcionalities with extreme care.

 

 
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