Address Search

The Address Search can be found in the Top Toolbar. 

Any address search points will be added to a new dataset, available only to the map they are on, called Address Points. This will be displayed in the Legend and the Control Panel as normal and can be styled but will not be listed in the Library.

  • Enter the required address or part of an address and any matching addresses will be returned in the drop down list.
  • Click on the required address and the map will center on that point and display the result pin.
  • Click on the Clear icon on the right hand side of the Address Search box to clear the results and remove the result pin from the map.
  • To limit address search to one or more regions, click on user settings.
  • Once in user settings, select the region you wish to limit your address to.
  • Click on the Address Points dataset in the Control Panel and then click on the Trashcan icon to remove it from the map.

Address Points

The Address Point button can be found in the Top Toolbar beside the Address Search box. You can use address points to interact with the other data on your map. For example you can add an address point and run a radius search for points from your other datasets.

These points will be added to a new dataset, available only to the map they are on, called Address Points, this dataset is the same as the one mentioned above. This will be displayed in the Legend and the Control Panel as normal and can be styled but will not be listed in the Library.

  • Click on the Address Point button and a Point will be attached to the cursor.
  • Click on the Map where you would like to place the point and the point will be placed and the Information window will open. The mouse pointer will return to normal.
  • Click on the Nearest button window to open the Nearest window. Enter the number of nearest neighbors you would like to search for and the required distance. The map will zoom to the results.
  • Click on the Buffer option to open the dropdown where you can select the Radius or Drive Time buffers.
  • Click on the Zoom to Here button  to zoom in on the Address Point.
  • Click on the Routing button to open the Routing Panel.
  • Click on the Google Street Map button to open the current map view in Google Street Maps in a new window.
  • Click on the Bin icon to delete the address point.
  • Click on the Address Points dataset in the Control Panel and then click on the Trashcan icon to remove it from the map.

The Address Search dataset can be exported out of eSpatial as a CSV, as well as created as a standard eSpatial dataset that you can use on any map.

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