For the convenience of use, individual platform interfaces were created:
General Data, Region Needs, Implementation Progress, Humanitarian Operations, Events and Activities, Social and Economic Indicators.
A user has a possibility to access each of the above interfaces either from the main page of the platform, and directly from the Geoportal. (Figure 1.1)
Figure 1.1 Geoportal Interface. List of interfaces.
Interfaces operate various combinations of data arrays, that allows to analyze them individually within a selected narrow subject of interfaces, and in general, through 'General Data' and 'Social and Economic Indicators' interfaces. These interfaces permit the bird's-eye view of the situation with respect to all available data on the needs and recovery projects, and from the point of view of actual changes reflected in statistical data of indicators of public well-being socio-economic status, and of the level of available infrastructure in affected territories.
Geoportal main functional elements
Interface Control Panel.
Using the Control Panel, a user can enable/disable additional panels: Filters, Layers, Information, Table, and to generate reports, build diagrams, heat maps, and always see on the right key statistical indicators for each of the interfaces. (Figure 3.1)
Figure 3.1 Interface Control Panel.
Using the Filter panel, a user can have a possibility to sort out data (Region Needs, Humanitarian Needs, Projects under implementation, etc.) in accordance with a list of parameters represented by lists of subject-specific categories of items, their geographical location, progress of implementation, sources and types of financing, availability of information about tender procedure, about the type of a building and intensity of damages, the source of provided information, etc.
The filter on the right contains a quantitative indicator of items changing its value in accordance with engaged filters. The higher level of multi-level filters displays the sum of engaged categories of the lower level (Figure 3.2)
Figure 3.2 Amount of available number of projects in filters.
For convenience of the visual perception markers of items displayed on a map correspond with chosen markers of filters. (Figure 3.4)
Figure 3.4 Amount of available number of projects in filters and color marking of map's items by project implementation progress.
A marker color on a map corresponds to the marking of implementation progress of projects from a corresponding filter. (Figure 3.5)
Figure 3.5 Color marking of map items corresponds to values of Project Progress filter.
Filters are divided into separate categories as per attribute data.
A category of filters may have several levels unfolded by pressing + (plus) button and folded into a compact view after repeatedly clicked on - (minus) button (Figure 3.6)
Figure 3.6 Example of multi-level data filter structure.
Also, you can disable all chosen filters by means of one button located in the bottom of the Filters panel. (Figure 3.7)
Figure 3.7 Button for resetting all filters.
Another handy portal's tool available in all interfaces with maps is an indicator of coordinates displaying data for a cursor position on a map and located in the bottom left corner of an interface's display with a map (Figure 3.8)
Figure 3.8 Coordinate Indicator
A multilevel filter common for 'General data', 'Region needs', 'Implementation progress', 'Humanitarian operations'. Level 1 - oblast, level 2 - region/city council (Figure 3.2.1)
Figure 3.2.1 Filter – Territory
Multi-level filter common for the interfaces 'General Data', 'Region Needs', 'Implementation Progress'. Level 1 - Project status, level 2 - Additional statuses for the preparatory phase. (Figure 3.2.2)
Advanced: Values in this filter are linked to a color diagram linked to markers on a map.
Figure 3.2.2 Filter – Project Status
Source of Funding
A multi-level filter common for 'General data' and 'Implementation progress' interfaces with the division by Budgetary proceeds, and International partners. (Figure 3.2.3)
Figure 3.2.3 Filter – Source of Funding
Type of Funding
Multi-level filter common for 'General data' and 'Implementation progress' interfaces, allows selection of financing type. The following types of funding are available: National/regional programs, Funds, Subventions/donations, Grant proceeds, Loan proceeds, Bilateral agreements, etc. (Figure 3.2.4)
Advanced: National/regional programs, Funds, Subventions/donations have their additional types of financing in the second level of the filter.
Figure 3.2.4 Type of Funding
Project Executing Agency
The filter common for 'General data' and 'Implementation progress' interfaces, allows for selection of one or several project executive agencies. (Figure 3.2.5)
Figure 3.2.5 Project Executing Agency
The filter common for interfaces 'General data', 'Region Needs', 'Implementation progress', and it permits to choose projects in compliance with an area the recovery item or a subject of a project itself is referred to.
Available areas: Housing, Transport infrastructure, Gas supply, Water supply and wastewater removal, Power supply, Heat supply, Health care, Culture and Leisure, Education, Sport, Administrative and municipal infrastructure, Humanitarian demining. (Figure 3.2.6)
Advanced: Each area has its graphical icon and reflects project's location with a similar marker on a map.
Figure 3.2.6 Filter – Project Category
Project Implementation Period
The filter common for 'General data', 'Implementation progress', and 'Humanitarian Operations' interfaces; it permits to choose project's years of implementation needed for a user. One or several periods may be chosen. (Figure 3.2.7)
Figure 3.2.7 Filter – Project Implementation Period
Progress of Funding
The filter common for 'General data' and 'Implementation progress' interfaces, allows a user to select projects as per their financing condition. (Figure 3.2.8)
Projects are divided by safeguarding of financing for their implementation into the following groups:
§ 0% - 30%
§ 31% - 60%
§ 61% - 90%
§ 91% - 100%
Figure 3.2.8 Filter – Progress of Funding
Source of Data
The filter common for 'General data', 'Region Needs', 'Implementation progress' interfaces, allows for selection of one or several data providers. (Figure 3.2.9)
Figure 3.2.9 Filter – Source of Data
In the Layers panel, a user can have a possibility to enable additional one or several topical layers of a map; those layers will help to analyze deeper a situation on an example of a specific location on the basis of available additional data (Figure 3.3)