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Learn how to find, appraise, crop and access data on any Koordinates site.

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Find & export multiple data layers

In this guide, we give a quick introduction to the process of finding and exporting data multiple data layers using 'Collection.' The process is similar to that of exporting a single data layer, though there are a few extra steps. 

1

Enter your search term

The first thing you need to do is enter a term in the search bar at the top of the screen and click Search

2

Filter your results

Use the search filters to browse your results. These include Region and Source.

3

Add your data

Add data to your collection before export by clicking 'Add to Collection.'

Repeat steps 1-3 to add multiple data layers to your collection. 

4

Select the collection map

This will allow you to crop all the data layers in your collection to the specific area you are interested in. 

5

Crop your data

Once you have explored your dataset, you may decide you only want to download a small part of it. 

To crop your data, first click on the small map at the top of your collection pane on the right of your screen. 

Then, click on the small, squarish icon on your map. This will enable you to select a smaller section of your chosen dataset.

6

Select Export

7

Choose your format

A pop-up screen will present you with a range of download options, including GIS, CAD, Google Earth KML, PDF and XML data formats. You'll also be able to see the licensing terms for your chosen dataset.

8

Select payment option

You will then be given the option to pay on a per-export basis, or subscribe for unlimited data exports. 

9

Click Export

If you haven't registered for Koordinates, you'll be asked to sign up for a Koordinates ID. After signing in you'll be able to create your export.

Once your export is ready, you'll receive an email with a link to a ZIP file.