After processing a sample set, you can use a map to visualize the geographic locations and ADCI-estimated doses of the contained samples. To achieve this, first select the sample set in the sample set tree, then click the ‘Display sample locations’ menu item under the ‘Kriging’ menu.
If the sample set is displayed on a map for the first time, a dialog showing the progress of retrieving the coordinates and estimated doses of all contained samples will pop up. After the retrieving process finishes, a world map will be displayed in the right panel. You can zoom in to the geographical area where the nuclear scenario occurred. You can also click the small arrow on the top of the bar separating the left sample set tree and the right panel to maximize the map.
The above figure shows that the location of a sample (or patient) is denoted by a cross on the map. The colors of the crosses, which are explained by the legend in the bottom-right corner, represent the doses of the samples. You can also hide the sample locations from the map by deselecting the checkbox corresponding to the sample set in the bottom-right control (see the following figure).
Since the doses of a sample set can be estimated with multiple curves/image selection models, the drop-down list in the bottom-right control contains all combinations of curves and image selection models under which the doses of the sample set were estimated (i.e. it contains all doses versions). You can display another dose version by changing the selected item in the drop-down list (see the following figure).