Utilize the zoom bar left associated with display screen.
Double-click the chart to zoom in.
Shift + Drag to define a box to zoom in on.
Ctrl + Shift + Drag to determine a package to zoom out.
Make use of the mouse scroll wheel to zoom in (forward) or out (straight back).
Go into the name — or an element of the title — of an attribute you need to find in the Research the Map text field. A list of all listed functions containing the writing you joined is going to be returned. Visit any entry to center the map at its area. Listed features feature: Harvard structures; Harvard schools, departments, institutes and centers; main auditoriums and lecture halls; Harvard libraries and galleries; most streets in Cambridge, Allston and the Longwood Medical Area, and selected roads in other places; selected various other landmarks and places of interest, with concentrate on the immediate campus surroundings.
Get Feature Information
Select an attribute when you look at the map to see information on it. Where functions on various map levels overlap, outcomes is going to be returned only for the most effective layer (in other words. farthest along the range of chart layers). Utilize the Campus Base motif to see basic information on university buildings. You cannot question chart levels which are switched off in the Map Layers menu or that are created to not ever show whenever map is zoomed past a specific degree.
The Map Layers window lists different layers of data which can be exhibited. Change layers on or off by clicking into the box close to all of them. Some layers have sub-layers that may be managed independently. View the menu of sub-layers by simply clicking the purple pointer next to the level title. Keep in mind that switching a layer on or off turns all its sub-layers on or off also.
The legend, or a number of symbology used for each map layer or sub-layer, can be exhibited by pressing the purple pointer next to its name into the Map Layers panel.