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There are two ways in which this functionality can be used:
Here, you see a snippet of the application code. With the following seven lines of Python code you can create map views (return MapResult(features)) and enable users to put lines on the map (params.geo_polyline). Get the full application code from our GitHub repository.
1@MapView('Map', duration_guess=1) 2def get_map_view(self, params: Munch, **kwargs: dict) -> MapResult: 3 """Set the map view on which the line can be drawn for which the AHN values are wished to be known""" 4 features =  5 if params.geo_polyline: 6 features.append(MapPolyline.from_geo_polyline(params.geo_polyline)) 7return MapResult(features)
The video shows the functionality being used in a VIKTOR application.
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As you can see in the video, the process of creating ground level profiles with the sample application consists of three easy steps: