Click OK, and then you will be ready to map. Double-click on the layer in the left panel, and this

will bring up the Display Options window, so you can choose the variable you want to map and

how you want it to look. In this example, the Grid Outline has been unchecked and the

Decimal Digits has been set to 0.

To add context to the map (because the Grid Outline is unchecked), you will likely want to use a

Reference Layer from the drop-down list.

9.2.5 Monitoring Data

You can map monitor locations and concentration levels using the Monitors option. Click the

Open a file button and select Monitors from the drop-down menu. The Select Monitors

window will appear in which you select the Pollutant and then load monitor data for that

pollutant from either an existing library (in which case you choose the Library tab) or from a

dataset outside of BenMAP (in which case you would use either the Database Columns,

Database Rows, or Text File tabs, depending on the file format). The same monitor data can

be used many times, so it is generally a good idea to create a library -- see the Loading Data

chapter for how to do this.

 

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