If a dataset has geospatial information, i.e. location information including latitude and longitude, then it can be displayed on a map. Map options include point, boundary and heat maps. Multiple datasets can be overlaid on a single map.
An extent of land covered by, intermittent and permanent, water bodies and watercourses. This includes both parcel bounding and non-parcel bounding occurrences. Includes the natural watercourses as follows: Bow River Elbow River Nose Creek West Nose Creek Fish Creek. This is a generalized version of the data set and is intended for cartographic purposes and faster drawing time.
Filtering provides a means for users to select what data is displayed by setting conditions. This is done to reduce the amount of information in a large database or table of data to just the part that the user wants to see. For example, in a dataset containing information about a general population the user can choose to filter by gender or age group. Multiple filters can be applied.