Geographical Schema Editor

Geographical schema is a set of topological data that describes geographical objects and various data related to such objects. The data can be combined into logical series.

A geographical schema editor provides all the main features required to create geographical schemas. The editor makes it possible to create a range of topological objects and change the data related to such objects as well as change their formatting.

Creating and Opening a Geographical Schema

To create a new document, you can use:

  • "File – New – Geographical schema;

  • Ctrl+N keyboard shortcut.

In the window that opens, select ‘Geographical schema' for the document type.

To open an existing document, use one of the following actions:

  • "File – Open;

  • Ctrl+O keyboard shortcut;
  • Dragging the file from Windows Explorer to the 1C:Enterprise workspace.

To add a geographical schema into a spreadsheet document, select Table — Insert picture – Geographical schema.

Saving a Geographical Schema

To save a geographical schema, select File — Save. In the dialog that opens, select a directory and specify the file name.

Geographical schema documents are saved as files with the *.GEO extension.

Schema Setup

The properties palette of a geographical schema can be used to format rendering, the legend and title areas, to specify the background color for the areas, select whether borders should be used, choose a font type and color for the text in such areas, etc.

The Scale support property is intended to specify the required scaling mode:

  • Show all data;

  • Only show required area;

  • Show data with the selected scale.

To display the coordinates of various points on the graphical schema, use the Display coordinates property in the palette.

Topological Objects Setup

Topological objects are configured using Layers settings. Either use the context menu or click the Setup option in the properties palette. In the window that opens, you can change the range of geographical schema layers and edit the formatting of series and objects.

For every layer in the schema, you can specify its name, the text description, the type of data source arrangement, the visibility in the schema, the availability of interactive selection of layer objects on the schema, and the beginning and ending values of a scaling range that makes the layer visible on the schema.

For every layer you can also specify the range of the series and their properties as well as the formatting of topological objects that are part of the layer.

For every series you can specify its name, the text descripton, the identification value, the data display type, the format for text data display, color, orientation and font for text data, and a base color to be used for chart drawing.

For every topological object, you can specify its visibility and whether any associated data should be displayed as well as configure the formatting options specific for each object type.

Legend Entries Setup

To set up legend entries, use the context menu or click Legend entries – Setup in the legend area properties. This will open the window Legend entries setup where you can configure the font and color for labels, sample text and label text that will serve as a comment for the sample.

All entries can be connected to data series that will further explain the values displayed. In this case you can also specify whether the value scale should be displayed.

See also: 

Layers Setup

Legend Entries Setup

Layer Import Options

Object Properties

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