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Is there any easy way to filter what structures were not edited yet?

asked 10 Apr '15, 08:53

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Yes! You can use this amazing application created by one of our volunteers to have a quick glimpse of which structures were not edited yet!


answered 10 Apr '15, 08:55

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How up to date id the information in the database? I thought I had gotten all of the PA PO except 2, but the query is finding more. Many of them completed, but some aren't.


answered 24 Aug '15, 14:38

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edited 24 Aug '15, 14:38

We try to provide data to the owner of the application on a weekly basis, but do not always hit that mark.


answered 31 Aug '15, 09:36

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With our new online map editor, you can now filter points by structure type, or by edit status. When you open the Edit Tab (https://navigator.er.usgs.gov/help/WebHelp/getting_started/overview_of_the_online_editor/edit_tab.htm), there will be 2 drop-down menus below the list of structure features. The first one allows you to filter points by structure type. The second one allows you to filter points by edit status. To find red points, set the filter to 'Unedited Only' and the editor will display only red points.


answered 21 Mar '18, 08:45

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