Tutorials - Mapping:Finding Your Address
- How to Use Tracking
- Home Page
- Finding a dataset
- Running a query
- Mapping: key features
- Mapping: advanced settings
- Want to locate the environmental health statistics for a particular area?
-Find your home, workplace, or even your child’s school
- Use base maps to add a street map layer
- Follow the step-by-step directions below:
Type an address in the search bar. Click on the desired location from the dropdown menu.
You will automatically be redirected to the location (blue pin).
3. Base Maps:
Click on the green circle icon on the top left of the map.
4. Base Maps:
Click on the base maps icon. When you hover your cursor over it, the word BASEMAPS will appear.
5. Base Maps:
Select a map type. There are a variety of street map options. There is also a satellite map option under ESRI World Imagery.
Use transparency to fade your disease outcome, so that you can see the base layer too. Start by clicking on the Layers icon.
Select the layer you would like to make more transparent. Query data is always the last layer in the list.
Click, hold, and drag the slide bar to the left to adjust for transparency.
Zoom in closer if necessary.
10. Remove Layer:
To remove a disease outcome layer, click on the green toggle for the category, so that it slides and turns gray.
11. Remove Layer:
The base map is now completely visible.