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software:paleogis [2017/02/23 08:24]
127.0.0.1 external edit
software:paleogis [2019/11/02 20:16] (current)
christian Fixed Merel's remark
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     - ''​DATATYPE''​ (this table is required by [[https://​docs.google.com/​document/​d/​1HIFtjldYRzQa2OpBXSP6n80Ss78S_Llt3lO6x95wW8E/​pub#​h.1j3qwe-ue3dfu|PaleoGIS]] and is referenced by the ''​%%DATATYPE_NAME_MAPPING%%''​ parameter), as well as      - ''​DATATYPE''​ (this table is required by [[https://​docs.google.com/​document/​d/​1HIFtjldYRzQa2OpBXSP6n80Ss78S_Llt3lO6x95wW8E/​pub#​h.1j3qwe-ue3dfu|PaleoGIS]] and is referenced by the ''​%%DATATYPE_NAME_MAPPING%%''​ parameter), as well as 
     - a timescale table of choice (referenced by the ''​%%TIMESCALE_SOURCE%%''​ parameter).     - a timescale table of choice (referenced by the ''​%%TIMESCALE_SOURCE%%''​ parameter).
-  - Modify ​the following parameters in the ''​%%T_Model_Settings%%''​ in a way that the variables point to the correct feature classes or tables:+  - By dragging the ''​%%T_Model_Settings%%''​ into an ArcMap window, and choosing '​Edit',​ modify ​the following parameters in the ''​%%T_Model_Settings%%''​ in a way that the variables point to the correct feature classes or tables:
     *  ''​%%TIMESCALE_PREFERRED%%'':​ Value should be set to the name of the timescale table you've copied into your database.     *  ''​%%TIMESCALE_PREFERRED%%'':​ Value should be set to the name of the timescale table you've copied into your database.
     * ''​%%DISPLAY_LAYER_[1-9]%%'':​ Value should be set to the feature class that should be displayed when the model is loaded. Increment the number at the end of the name string for any other added feature. Note that you need to use the following notation if you have simple, unstyled feature classes: ''​%%$PGD$|<​Your feature class name>​%%'',​ if you have styled layers files, the syntax becomes: ''​%%$PGD$|DATABASE_LAYERS\<​Your feature class name>​%%''​. ​     * ''​%%DISPLAY_LAYER_[1-9]%%'':​ Value should be set to the feature class that should be displayed when the model is loaded. Increment the number at the end of the name string for any other added feature. Note that you need to use the following notation if you have simple, unstyled feature classes: ''​%%$PGD$|<​Your feature class name>​%%'',​ if you have styled layers files, the syntax becomes: ''​%%$PGD$|DATABASE_LAYERS\<​Your feature class name>​%%''​. ​