How to create a Geo Plugin to import district in the Netherlands at Project creation
By default, in the Netherlands the Tygron Platform will automatically import the Neighborhoods for any given location. However, for some use-cases it may be desirable to include other subdivisions as well, such as the districts those Neighborhoods fall in. (Re)using the default Project Source definition from where the Neighborhoods are obtained, it is easy to set up a Geo Plugin in a Template Project which will automatically include the districts for any given location as well.
- Ensure the desired WFS is accessible.
- Open the overview for Geo Plugins.
- At the bottom of the left panel, select the AREAS type and select "Add".
- Select the newly created Geo Plugin.
- In the right panel, click on the source's "Select", and select the Project Source for CBS.
- For the layer, click on "Select", and use the prompt to select the "wijken" layer (e.g. "cbs_wijken_2020").
- For the "Name Attribute" field, click on "Select", and use the prompt to select the "wijknaam" attribute.
- For the "Unique ID Attribute" input, click on "Select", and use the prompt to select the "wijkcode" attribute.
- Geo Plugins created to be used as part of a Template Project for the creation of a new Project can also be used when importing geo data.
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