Preferred software use: ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Online

For a client I have to visualize a building plan that has a 'many-to-many'-link with attribute data. As with many-to-many relationships; sometimes an attribute applies to multiple rooms, and rooms themselves are in most cases linked to multiple attributes.

For this I want to create an attractive visualization. Preferably a bit like this:

The screen is split in half, the left is the list of attributes. Clicking on one attribute will make a change in the map on the right, where only the rooms will lighten up that apply to this attribute. Clicking in the map will make a selection on the list on the left side. Showing only the affected attributes for that specific room.

Example of what is should look like

I'm not sure if this is possible in ArcGIS Online WebAppDeveloper at the moment. There are many widgets, but my knowledge about these tools is currently very limited.

  • Do you have this working with a simple example? e.g. click on an attribute and highlight on the map? That may be a good place to start. – GISKid Jun 4 '18 at 13:04
  • In ArcGIS Online I can construct interactive hyperlinks (Story Map mode) which make it possible to switch between layers in the map on the right. This is a start. However clicking on the map on the right will always open up only a very small (5x5 cm / 2x2inch) box. Which is not suitable for all the attributes I have (in some cases over 100 ) – MoekToe Jun 4 '18 at 13:16

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