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Query by place

This settings page controls the “query by place” part of your website. This functionality is available only if mentioned places are identified by uniquely identifier as specified in tab.2 and if the country field has been compiled.
The following settings boxes are available:

Navigation bar label for accessing "query by place" Set the button label for accessing the query by place section of the website that will appear in the navigation bar at the top.
Min. n. of earthquake for seismic history creation Select the minimum number of earthquakes occurred in the place in order to create a seismic history. If the place is mentioned in a number of earthquake inferior of this value, the seismic history of the place will not be generated.
Enable the seismic history table download If selected, the table with the list of earthquakes occurred in the place can be downloaded as MS Excel file (files with .xls extension).
Closes places If set, a table listing places close to the selected places will appear at the page bottom.
Closes places maximum distance km Set the maximum distance (in km) for creating the list of closest places.
Countries to be considered Select which countries will be considered for creating seismic histories. MIDOP will only list here countries mentioned in the field “Country” as specified in the control panel page “MDP list”.
Show the maximum intensity map When enabled the maxmimum intensity map will be shown when entering the query by place section. Ruluse specified in this control panel page affects the content of the map (e.g. the minimum number of observation or the considered countries). Please, note that the map can be become heavier (extremely slow) if you are dealing with a huge number of places; let's that the maximum number of places that can be visualized on the map are about about 6'000 / 7'000 places. This limitation depend on nowadays browser capabilities, it is not a MIDOP limitation, so theoretically in the future this limit might increase..
Minimum intensity value represented in the seismic history diagram Specify the minimum degree of macroseismic intensity represented in the place seismic history diagram. Smaller intensities will not be represented
Minimum year value represented in the seismic history diagram Specify a minimum represented year in the diagram.
Seismic history diagram X axis years steps Specify the step in number of years for the X axis of the diagram.
Symbol customization xxx
Symbol size xxx
Symbol fill color xxx
Symbol opacity xxx
Symbol stroke size xxx
Symbol stroke color xxx
Symbol vertical line size  
Symbol vertical line color  
Symbol vertical line opacity  
Enable the seismic history diagram download  
Download image width  
Download image height xxx
Show a map with the place position If selected, a map representing the place position will be shown
Fixed distance of view extension Specify the zoom level of the map
Symbol size Specify the radius size of the circle representing the place on the map
Symbol color Specify the color of the circle expressed in hex triplet (a six-digit, three-byte hexadecimal number used in HTML, CSS, SVG) representing the place on the map.
Show a map with the place position If selected, a map representing the place position will be shown
Fixed distance of view extension Specify the zoom level of the map
Symbol size Specify the radius size of the circle representing the place on the map
Symbol color Specify the color of the circle expressed in hex triplet (a six-digit, three-byte hexadecimal number used in HTML, CSS, SVG) representing the place on the map.

 

MIDOP has the built-in functionality to extrapolate the places seismic histories.
The only condition in order to create such feature is that places within the macroseismic database must have a unique identifier. For example the town “Milan” must have always the same identifier so that MIDOP can process the whole database tracking down every earthquake in which “Milan” appeared.

 

 
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