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11. How Can I Print/Download My Results?

Last updated on 2022-05-04

Do you want to share your results and model outputs?
See the “How Do I Save and Share a Project?” section in this document.

Do you want a copy of your maps?
There currently isn’t a way to download the maps, although we hope to add one in a future release. You can use the “Print screen” capability of your internet browser or you can use the Snipping Tool (Windows) or Grab (Macintosh) to capture just the desired portion of your screen. The resulting screen image capture can be saved as a jpg, gif or png image file.

Do you want a copy of your data?
Click on the “Download this data” button at the bottom of the “Analyze” section. It will download a CSV file of all of the data in the tables at the left of the screen during your model runs.

Do you want to download a shapefile or GeoJSON file?
Click on the download icon near the top right corner of the “Analyze” section and choose your download file type.

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