The Queensland Globe help pages are designed to provide you with answers to the most frequently asked questions along with some assistance in using the most advanced features of the application.
We suggest that you Take Tour on the welcome page of the Queensland Globe to familiarise yourself with the main features of the application before using the links provided in the table of contents below for additional information.
A complete list of layers is available in the The Queensland Globe Layer Catalogue V1.0.6 current 22 July 2017 and will be regularly updated.
Still need some assistance? Contact us at email@example.com.
Queensland Globe users may want to import their own data through the option. Currently only the geometry (shapes) are imported using the in-built application feature. Other options which provide access to the attributes are available. If you are interested in these options, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To add your own geometry data follow the instructions below.
How data is added is as simple as clicking on:
There are a number of data formats that can be imported into the Queensland Globe
|Supported formats||Unsupported formats|
|Web map services (REST)||Web map services (OGC)|
If you add a web service it will be added to Layers and can be queried. If a data file (CSV, GPX, KML) is uploaded, the geometry will be imported into Places to be used to query the current layers.
To identify these layers that can be queried by attributes look for:
To use layer attributes follow the instructions below:
Queensland globe allows you to show the elevation profile of the terrain available in the 3D view (on 3D compatible devices).
To display the terrain profile:
You can pin an icon for Queensland Globe to your smartphone ot tablet screen for quick access. So rather than having to open a browser and enter the web address, you can simply click on the Queensland Globe icon on your home screen to open it.
Other popular Android browsers like Firefox for Android also offer this feature.
The change in technology for Queensland Globe is a result of Google no longer supporting the software which allows the Queensland Globe data to be viewed through Google Earth.
As a result, Queensland Globe now works on a different technology. Some features provided by Google Earth like flight simulators, google tours, directions and time slider of historic imagery being no longer available.
The new Queensland Globe will continue to have updates and features added into the future.
You may have noticed that the way you discover information regarding the data layers has changed.
To find out more information on how to discover information within Queensland Globe, we recommend that you Take Tour found on the front page. This provides an overview of globe menu's, features and functionality within the system.
Should you require more specific information after the tour, email us at email@example.com.
Login first before you create your map to ensure your work can be saved and shared.
The Queensland Globe has been designed to work on a range of mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones. The Queensland Globe is a system that has high quality imagery and data that is best experienced on late model smartphones and tablets. Personal computers with either Windows 7, 8 or 10 are supported.
Unsupported devices include: