This section covers what Geovisualization is and what you need to know to get started with this Tutorial.
What is Geovisualization?
What is this Tutorial About?
The example plots earthquake events on a map of the world. The events are represented on the map with symbols, called "proportional markers", whose size, color, and opacity vary according to the magnitude and depth of each earthquake. The marker's size indicates the magnitude of the earthquake, and its color indicates the depth of the earthquake epicenter. We also define a relative opacity on the marker symbols to indicate the relative epicenter depth.
The steps you will follow in this tutorial are the following:
- Initialize the earthquake data source in your Geovisualization account.
- Create a query on the data using the Geo-visualization REST API query language.
- Publish the query to make it publicly available.
Get a HERE Account
To access Geovisualization, go to https://account.here.com/sign-up and sign up for a HERE account
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When you have an account, register for a 90-day Free Trial plan on the HERE website: https://developer.here.com/plans.