How to Use Studio

Quick Summary of Steps

If you are like us and prefer to read! Here's a quick summary for creating your first report:

  1. Go to Launcher

  2. Select Studio

  3. You can either load a file or choose from our Atlas

  4. From here you are able to manipulate the map as you please

    1. You can add layer

    2. You can filter

    3. You can adjust interactions

    4. You can modify the base map

  5. Changing the colors in Studio is done through the layers like this: https://docs.kepler.gl/docs/user-guides/l-color-attributes

  6. Once the map is depicting the correct information, you either save the map to your Workspace, or download it

    1. To save: You will click the "Save" button. This will then prompt you to name your map and add a descriptions, if you would like

    2. To download: You will click the "Download" button. This will prompt you to choose your dataset, select CSV, and determine if you would like filtered or unfiltered data

    3. To Publish: You will have to save the map first. Then an up 'carrot' will appear. You will click on this, and you chose 'Publish Report'.

What happens next?

Once you have successfully saved a report, you can find it in your Workspace with the Title and Description you chose. Adding descriptions and descriptive titles will help you stay organized.

Reports are organized by Report Type. You can filter Workspace to quickly find and open the Report whenever you need it.

How do I access my report?

Once you have successfully saved a report, you can find it in your Workspace with the Title and Description you chose. Adding descriptions and descriptive titles will help you stay organized.

To view a report

  • Go to your Workspace

  • Click on the report you wish to see

What if I need to make changes or edit a report?

You and your colleagues can make edits to all reports.

To edit a report

  • Go to your Workspace

  • Click on the "Explore" button

  • This will bring you to the map where you can make adjustments as needed

  • Make sure to save after any edits

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