Google Earth 3D Analyte Aggregates

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Google Earth 3D Analyte Aggregates

Report Name: Google Earth 3D Analyte Aggregates (example)

File Name: EarthSoft.Interfaces.Google.dll

Dependencies: N/A

Software: EQuIS Professional

Source: EQuIS Professional install

Language: English

Output Type: Keyhole Markup Language (*.kmz)1, 2, 3


Description: This report uses a saved Analytical Results user report and an aggregate function to generate a *.kmz which displays vertical cylinders representing the aggregate value at each location, along with a label showing the numeric value. Prior to using this report, please review the Submission of Content Warning for Google Earth reports as well as the commercial license requirements.


Installation Instructions: This report assembly is part of the EQuIS Professional installation. No additional installation steps are necessary.



The input parameters for this report require the user to select a saved Analytical Results Report and then select whether the output will aggregate values by group or individual. The default aggregate function is maximum, however this can be modifiedto sum, average, minimum or maximum.


In order for locations to appear in this report:




3.DT_LOCATION.LOC_TYPE must be populated.

4.DT_LOCATION.SYS_LOC_CODE must be populated.

5.DT_LOCATION.LOC_DESC must be populated before locations are clickable.


Report Parameters

Saved Analytical Results Report

Select a saved Analytical Results user report

Aggergate Analytes By

Select whether to aggregate analytes by individual or analyte group


Select the field containg the z value: average, maximum, minimum, sum


Select the field containg the label: average, maximum, minimum, sum, sys_loc_code

* This report contains the hidden parameter: Aggregate Results By



Report Output

The report output for this report is a *.kmz file that that is viewed in Google Earth.


1Using Google Earth for commercial purposes requires a commercial license from Google which must be obtained separately by the end user.

2EQuIS Google Earth reports do not require Google Earth or Google Services to generate KML files. Charts may be generated by Google Charts.

3KML is an open standard that may be read or viewed in other applications. These reports have only been tested in Google Earth.