In this section you will select the kind of data you want to see in the map. You can see the location of tags (conflict categories that have appeared in a meeting or event), the locations where organisations have developed work, or specific events (such as conferences, discussions, or dialogue gatherings).
By default, the map will show you events across the country.
Once you have selected the kind of data you want to see, you can choose the kind of filter would like to apply to it. For example, if you select Regions or Cities, you will be able to select your data by specific regions/cities. If you select “tags”, you can filter the data by specific tags. And if you select “organizations”, you will be able to filter your data by the organisations you are interested in.
If you want to see all data available, simply leave this field untouched.
This is the section where you can choose the specific filters you want to apply to the data. Depending on the kind of filter you have chosen on step 2, this field will show you the name of organisations, regions, cities, or tags. By default, you will always see all data in the map, unless you filter in this last step. You can select any number of filters to apply by checking on the box next to the name, or select all. The two buttons next to selector allow you to order the options, either alphabetical or in a descend incidence order.
For example, let’s say you want to see who are the organizations working on IDP issues. Select Organizations (filter one), then select to filter by Tags (filter two), and choose “IDPs” (filter three).