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|Welcome to the Spoken tutorial on Panels in Marble.|
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| In this tutorial we will, learn about
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| To record this tutorial, I am using:
The process demonstrated in this tutorial is identical in,
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| To follow this tutorial, learner should be familiar with Marble interface.
For the prerequisite Marble tutorials, please visit this site.
|Point on Marble interface||I have already opened the Marble interface.|
|Drag the boundary of the left panel.||Let us drag the boundary to see the left panel clearly.|
|Point to Search panel.|| We will begin with Search panel.
Using this panel we can search different places on the globe.
|Point to Location Panel|| Next we have Location. Click on it.
This panel shows location and position tracking of a place.
|Point to Routing Panel|| Let us click on Routing panel.
This panel shows possible routes and gives driving instructions.
|Cursor on Map view.|| Then we have Map View panel.
It has a Globe view and a drop-down to show various views.
|Point on Globe View button.
Cursor on Topographical map.
| Globe View is the default view.
It shows a 3D model of the Earth.
| Point on the drop down button.
Click on the drop down button
| Next to the Globe view, we have a drop-down button.
Click on the drop-down button
This drop-down button has a combination of 2D and 3D Views of the Earth.
| Point on
Mercator View Flat View
point on Gnomonic View Stereographic View Lambert Azimuthal equal area view
Azimuthal Equidistant view Perspective Globe view.
| For example, Mercator View and Flat view are 2D views.
| Point on the views.
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|Details about each of these views are available in the Additional material link of this tutorial.|
|Click on Globe view.||Let us go back to the default view.|
| Cursor on Earth drop-down.
|| In the Earth drop-down button, we have Earth and Moon views.
Click on the Moon view.
This is the moon’s view.
Let me zoom in and rotate the moon.
| Point to bright and dark regions.
|| We can see bright and dark regions on the surface of the moon.
Bright region is called Lunar highlands.
Dark regions are called Mare.
|Point to Apollo 12, Apollo 14, Apollo 16 and others.||Apart from these we can also see the satellites like Apollo 12, Apollo 14, Apollo 16 and others.|
|We will learn more about the Moon’s view in the upcoming tutorials.|
|Click on Moon drop-down >> select Earth.||Click on the Moon drop-down and select Earth.|
| Point on the different Map views
Scroll down and show different views.
| Marble has various Map views of the Earth.
Atlas is the default Map view.
I will scroll down to show different Map views.
|Click on each Map view
Point as per narration.
|Let us click on each of these Map views to see them on the right panel.
OpenStreetMap, Satellite view, Earth at Night and others.
|Back to default Map view.||Let us go back to the default Map view.|
| Cursor on Legend.
|| Next panel is Legend. Click on it.
This panel contains symbols that show different features on the map.
| Scroll down >> point to each subsection in the Legend.
Point to the blue lines that indicates rivers.
| For example,
|Point to rivers.||The symbols used to represent a feature in all maps are universal.
For example, rivers are always represented by blue lines.
|Point on Mountains and volcanoes in the Legend panel.||If we see black and red triangles in a location, it means that the place has mountains and volcanoes.|
|Point on the left panel.|| In addition to these default panels, Marble has 3 more panels.
Those panels are hidden by default.
|Point on Settings menu.||Hidden panels are available in the Settings menu.|
| Go to Settings menu >> select Panels.
|| Click on the Settings menu and select Panels.
A sub-menu shows all the panels.
Here we can see that Routing, Location, Search, Map view and Legend panels are selected by default.
|Point on File,Edit Maps,and Tour panels||Files, Edit Maps and Tour panels are not selected.|
| Put tick marks on these panels.
Click on Files.
| Let me show these 3 panels by clicking them one by one.
Click on Files.
| Go to Settings menu and select Panels.
Click on Edit Maps.
Click on Tour.
| Again go to Settings menu and select Panels.
|Point to the File , Edit Maps, and Tour panels on the interface.||Notice that all the panels are seen on the interface.|
| Click on Edit Map.
Point on Add Placemark, Polygon, Add Path, Add Ground Overlay.
| Let us go to Edit Maps and click on it. Using this panel we can edit maps.
| Click on Tour panel.
|| Next is Tour panel. Click on it.
It has New Tour, Open Tour, Save Tour, and other icons.
| Click on Files panel.
Point on GeoData documents.
Scroll down and show the documents.
| Now click on Files panel.
It has a collection of GeoData documents.
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| As an Assignment
|Let us summarise,|
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| In this tutorial we have learnt about:
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MHRD,Government of India.
|Spoken Tutorial Project is funded by MHRD, Government of India.|
|This is Viji Nair from, IIT Bombay signing off. Thank you for watching.|