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{{#customtitle:Adding geospatial data|Adding geospatial data}} The newly created project is empty. Our team has prepared a series of layers for use in these tutorials, you'll be able to download and use them following instructions below.
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The newly created project is empty. Our team has prepared a series of layers for use in these tutorials, you'll be able to download and use them following instructions below.  
 
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There are two ways of adding data to the system.<br>
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=== Download data using the Services Tab  ===
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<br> {{Note|For Forestry Management, this feature has not been enabled yet. Please proceed to [[GGS0-2-AddingData#Download_data_using_a_backup_copy]] to download the data for your learning guide.}}
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Activate the '''GIS Download''' and then the '''My Services''' tab.<br>
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[[Image:Gis cap 01.png|Image:Gis_cap_01.png]]<br> <br> Then click on [[Image:GIS con Bar 22-01.png|Image:GIS_con_Bar_22-01.png]]'''Connect''' and login to the Services Repository with the login information provided below, by pressing '''Accept'''.<br>
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[[Image:Gis con 01.png|Image:Gis_con_01.png]]<br>
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{| cellspacing="1" cellpadding="1" border="0" width="200"
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|-
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| User:
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| '''tutorials'''
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| Password:
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| '''Demo'''
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| Database:
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| '''Tutorials'''
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| Provider:
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| '''Geoagro Servicios'''
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<br> {{Note|All fields are case sensitive, please pay attention to this fact. If the connection fails, please check the spelling.}}
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==== Layers  ====
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You'll have access to the GeoAgro Tutorials project's repository.<br>[[Image:Gis con 02.png|Image:Gis_con_02.png]]<br>
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Please select the layers '''Fields (NRCS)''', '''Soils''', '''Well''' and '''Orthophoto'''; in order to add them to the active project (the one that you've just created) just press the [[Image:GIS con Bar 13-01.png|Image:GIS_con_Bar_13-01.png]] '''Download''' button.
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After that, a message will arise showing the progress of the operation (it shouldn't take more than a few seconds))<br>
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[[Image:Gis con 03.png|Image:gis_con_03.png]] <br>
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{{Note|In order to select more than one layer, please press and hold the '''Crtl''' key as you select them with the cursor}}
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To go back to the GIS Module just press on the appropiate tab. The downloaded layers will be listed on the Reference Panel.
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=== Download data using a backup copy  ===
 
=== Download data using a backup copy  ===
 
{{Note|If you are running through a [[Projects:GeoAgro_Conservation_Plugin_for_Forestry_in_Maine|Forestry Management Course]], please dismiss the link below and use [http://www.tekconsultants.net/files/Support/Tutorial/Maine_Forestry/Tutorial.gis '''this link''']  instead.}}
 
  
 
Please follow this [http://www.tekconsultants.net/files/Support/Tutorial/Tutorial_GeoAgroGIS_en.gis '''link'''] to download the file. Save that file on your computer and remember the location of it.<br>  
 
Please follow this [http://www.tekconsultants.net/files/Support/Tutorial/Tutorial_GeoAgroGIS_en.gis '''link'''] to download the file. Save that file on your computer and remember the location of it.<br>  
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[[Image:GIS gis Edit 09a 01.jpg|Image:GIS_gis_Edit_09a_01.jpg]]<br>  
 
[[Image:GIS gis Edit 09a 01.jpg|Image:GIS_gis_Edit_09a_01.jpg]]<br>  
  
After that, an automated process will add the layers contained in the backup set to your project, please follow the on-screen instructions.<br>  
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After that, you will see a window named "Structures",&nbsp; which is a wizard for an automated process that will add the layers contained in the backup set to your project. Please follow the on-screen instructions; you will find more information on it [[Restore Backup|here]]<br>  
  
 
The downloaded layers will be listed on the Reference Panel. <br> <br>  
 
The downloaded layers will be listed on the Reference Panel. <br> <br>  
  
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[[Category:GGS0]] [[Category:Exercises]]
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[[Category:Tutorials]][[Category:Obsolete]]

Latest revision as of 15:32, 15 August 2014

The newly created project is empty. Our team has prepared a series of layers for use in these tutorials, you'll be able to download and use them following instructions below.

Download data using a backup copy

Please follow this link to download the file. Save that file on your computer and remember the location of it.

At the GIS Module, select the Image:GIS_gis_Edit_09_01.jpg Backup Tool and click on Restore Backup

Image:GIS_gis_Edit_09_02.jpg


Now please search the file that you have just downloaded and click Open

Image:GIS_gis_Edit_09a_01.jpg

After that, you will see a window named "Structures",  which is a wizard for an automated process that will add the layers contained in the backup set to your project. Please follow the on-screen instructions; you will find more information on it here

The downloaded layers will be listed on the Reference Panel.

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