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Welcome to the PointX Demonstrator

Please take a moment to read through the notes below to get the most out of this application.

This version of the demonstrator is intended to show the range of features held in PointX within a mapping based utility. It does not display information exactly as it is currently reported within PointX orders - please request sample data for Exeter and see the products area of this site for the actual format of data. Click here to request sample data.

The Demonstrator displays derived data based upon the PointX holding covering a 5 km x 5 km area centred on Exeter and includes mapping supplied by Ordnance Survey. Points of Interest can be displayed for any one or all of the nine groups in level one of the PointX Classification Scheme. These are indicated by the different symbols and can be selected by clicking in the appropriate box. After the required selection has been made click on the “Display Points of Interest” button to see the Points of Interest held in the area that has been selected.

Larger or smaller areas can be viewed by left clicking one of the 5 zoom buttons (button 1 for maximum zoom). Clicking within the map area will centralise on that particular location.

Hovering over a displayed feature will show the name whilst details on each feature can be accessed by left clicking on the point. NB The name and other details shown might not be exactly as the feature gets reported in a PointX order as other enhancements are performed. It is advisable to close the pop-up box before viewing additional points.

The different colours for the Points of Interest represent the positional accuracy. Green shows that the feature has been positioned to the correct address or location and Yellow to, at worst, an adjacent address or location. Black circled points are where multiple records are held, either stacked on each other or very close together, and such “coalescing” for display is intended to improve clarity of display.

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