Once you have some data uploaded to AmigoCloud, you can use the dataset view to investigate and style your data.
From the dataset view on the project page, click on the "View Dataset" button to take a look at the data. If the dataset is spatial, it will open it in the map view, but if it is tabular, you will only have the table view. In this example, we will be looking at the data loaded from San Francisco's data portal. For more information about uploading data see the help topic Uploading a new dataset to your project.
Let's take a look at the Traffic Calming Features. Viewing the dataset we can see that in San Francisco there are a little over 450 traffic calming features. Traffic calming features are used to slow down traffic through a specific place. Sometimes it means narrowing the road around a crosswalk, installing a speed bump. In other places you will find traffic circles are used to keep traffic moving without a lot of stop and go.
If you go to the table view, you can see that the data contains information about when it was built, where the funding came from, what street it is on, and what district it is in.
You can use the base layer menu to change the base layer to a Terrain base layer.
Inspecting the data reveals traffic circles, islands, speed humps, and bulb-outs.