Create a Post map for data files
Post map is a map, shows stations recorded as a data file. All stations could allocate as a Post map, according to its coordinate.
A Post map could express about values at every station too.
To create a post map, activate data sheet your data file located at .
Simply from "Modeling" menu click "Post Map"
"Model Setting" window will be appeared.
Select the data columns you intended to use as X, Y, Z and W .
There is some initial statistical information about your data file here. If you right click on it, you could copy the information on your system clipboard.
You may intend to use data collected from districted area. Therefore set your data limits here. Default values cover all data recorded to the active data sheet .
You could reload default values by clicking refresh signs.
If you want to remove suspected data or highly suspected data from your process, check the related checkbox now .
"Model Setting" window will be closed.
Now "Models" tab is activated and Post Map is created.
The title of the model is shown at the left side of "Models" tab, indexed by a number .
If you can't see it, select "Project Explorer" from "View" menu.
You can't change the index but the title of the map and other options could be edited.
There are several options for models available on "Property bar", at the right side of Model .
If you can't see it, select "Model Property Bar" from "View" menu.
Find "Title" at property bar and change it to "Post_Map"
Try several changes to being more familiar with this object.
For example you can change the shape and color of station markers at "Markers".
Some options may not be available for every model. For example "Bars" properties are available just for chart types like "Histograms".
If you want to change some initial settings like data entry properties, right click the model and select "Option and Settings" to access "Model Setting" window again.
When you right click the Map, a popup menu will be appeared and some commands would be available. These commands are available at "Model Toolbar" too. If you can't see "Model Toolbar", select "Model Toolbar" from "View" menu. Try these commands to see how the model affected by each of them.
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