Tools4MSP Geoplatform - legacy/deprecated version

Feb. 10, 2023, 11:25 a.m.

The new version of the Tools4MSP Geoplatform is now available at the following URL The use of the current site for the creation of new contents is now discouraged. However this site will continue to remain active and the resources (layers, maps, users) will continue to be accessible.

Tutorial: Tools4MSP introduction

The Tools4MSP main page presents you the available tools (on the right side) and some general information on their goals and functionalities (on the main left side).

Tools4MSP main page

Figure 1: Tools4MSP main page

You can have more detailed information on each tool clicking on the light blue buttons with the Information symbol or run the tools by clicking the blue buttons on the right.

Be aware that, in order to use the tools, you have to be registered user.

If you're not a registered user, when clicking the tools button you'll be redirected to the registration form. Please look at this tutorial to learn how to become a registered user in the ADRIPLAN Data Portal.

Step 1: Case study selection

Select one of the available case studies listed to move to the Step 2: Case study setup page.

Step 1: Case study selection

Figure 2: Step 1 Case study selection

Step 2: Case study setup page

Step 2: Case study setup page

Figure 3: Step 2: Case study setup page

Here you can configure your case study (both input data and geographical extent) following the instructions on the page, then you can run the analysis clicking on the blue "Run Analysis" button on the right.

After waiting a few seconds (the processing time depends on the number of layers included and the geographical extent), the tool processes the data and you'll be presented the Step 3: Results page.

Step 3: Results

Figure 4: Step 3: Results

Here you can explore: * the processed output as a data layer on a map; * some details on the input dataset and total Cumulative Impact Score (left panel); * various graphical statistics of the case study results (scrolling down the web page).

The output layer is also automatically saved and published in the ADRIPLAN Data Portal and you can view it clicking on the View layer button, or dierctly improving its metadata clicking on the Complete metadata button.