A visual representation of data using colors. Heat maps can be used with many types of data, from representing the number of foreclosures to the spreads of infectious diseases.
Choropleth maps provide an easy way to visualize how a measurement varies across a geographic area. Polygons are shaded or patterned in proportion to the measurement of the statistical variable being displayed on the map.
Network Graph
Logical network graphs can be used to model many types of relations and processes in physical, biological, social and information systems. Graphs are created by using a dot or circle for every vertex and by drawing an arc between two vertices if they are connected by an edge.
Network Graph
Network graphs are used for spatial analysis, such as routing, fleet routing, travel directions, closest facility, and service area. Use an advanced network data model to allow for realistic network conditions.
Cluster Maps
Simplify data visualization by combining data that are nearby each other on the map and display as a cluster. Useful for identifying the locations of statistically significant hot spots, cold spots, or spatial outliers.
Point-in-Poly Maps
Point-in-polygon maps help determine whether a given point in the plane lies inside, outside, or on the boundary of a polygon. Analyze delivery zones or identify potential customers in target markets.
Synchronized Maps
Synchronize multiple maps. Zoom in or out on one map and the other maps will also zoom in or out. Synchronize a map with a chart and as the map is changed with onclick or onhover events, the chart will change in unison.
Editable Maps
Make annotations and draw on the map with various shapes and lines. Annotations are useful to call out specific addresses, points of interest, and other types of destinations. Highlight focus or marketing areas by drawing circles or rectangles.