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Branding Your eSpatial Maps with Annotations

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Branding Maps with eSpatial. Did you know that you can add your logo to your maps with eSpatial helping you brand, secure and organize your maps? There are multiple reasons that branding your maps is is a good idea. Here are the top three reasons our customers choose to add their logo onto their maps: Brand Consistency When presenting your data visualized on a map to clients or colleagues the representation of your brand will ensure a level of familiarity...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/branding-espatial-maps-annotations

3 Simple Steps to Powerful Sales Performance Maps

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Mapping your excel spreadsheet transforms your location-based sales data into live, interactive maps which you can share with your team. Reporting on sales performance can be gruelling, especially when you're looking at local, regional, and national figures. In addition to reporting on the final figures, you need to compare performance of over 100 sales reps across 50 states by analyzing 300,000 sales records. This results in multiple worksheets with thousands of records that you need to wade through in order...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/3-simple-steps-to-powerful-sales-performance-maps

3 Tips For Presenting Data Visually

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We've all been in the situation before, in a meeting were someone is presenting the latest findings, bombarding you with numbers, data, and spreadsheets. Whether you are presenting to colleagues, managers, or to clients. Its important to be aware that most people process data in a similar way, and that's visually. Visual methods will help make your presentation stand out from others. Visualizing your data will help emphasize your points and help your audience's understanding of the information presented and should be used...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/3-tips-presenting-visualized-data

Bubble Map

How to create one in minutes

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Bubble maps are one of the best ways to communicate proportional location-based data in a clear and concise way. Like Heat Maps, Bubble Maps summarize your data by regions, different circle sizes represent different value ranges; the large the circle the higher the aggregate value for that region. For Example, to quickly identify and analyze the volume of sales, or customers in each state or sales territory, analyze performance over regions, and gap analysis. Bubble maps are great for attaching...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/create-a-bubble-map

Multiple views of the same data and how to bookmark them

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When you upload your data to eSpatial online, every location point in your Excel spreadsheet is plotted on a map. However, you may not always want to see all the data at the one time - or you may want to perform an analysis and save it. You can easily do this with eSpatial mapping software. Get a free account. How it works eSpatial allows you to create a map from an Excel spreadsheet in a Workspace and then analyze...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/multiple-views-of-the-same-data

Collaborative mapping

Groups and users sharing

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This article was last updated June 2015 If you have an eSpatial Team or Enterprise license, you can avail of the Groups & Users functionality, for collaborative mapping. This allows complete control over who sees your Excel datasets and maps - and who can edit them. Step 1: Add a Group Open the map you want to share. Click on the shaded dropdown username button (top right of screen) and select Manage Group & Users. On the next screen, you...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/collaborative-mapping-adding-users-or-groups

Embed a map in a website without being a HTML whizzkid!

Author image - Patrick Butlerby Patrick Butler on

Embedding a map in a website is easy, using eSpatial (sign up for free here). All you have to do is copy one line of code and then paste it into the HTML source code of a page. An example of how one eSpatial user embedded a map on a website. First step - create a map for free Sign up for a free eSpatial account, follow the step-by-step instructions here and you can be embedding maps in sites in...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/how-to-embed-a-map-on-a-website

Map multiple locations

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Would you like to map multiple locations like this: Well, a map with multiple locations can be created in 3 easy steps using eSpatial. Step one If you haven't done so already, sign up for a free eSpatial account. All you need to supply is an email address and a self-created password. For that, you get an account for as long as you want it and also 7- day access to eSpatial Pro, which has bells and whistles too numerous...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/map-multiple-locations

How to use filtering on an eSpatial data map

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A powerful feature of eSpatial is its data filtering capability. It allows you to narrow your focus to get to the data you really want to look at. In eSpatial you can filter your table of data in the same way you would in excel. Filtering your data while it is already plotted on a map allows you to create multiple views of the same data that you can share with various colleagues and team members depending on what they...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/filtering-a-data-map

Color By Value On A Heat Map

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When you create an eSpatial heat map, default colors are used - ranging from yellow to red - to highlight levels of data values within a specified region: However, you can easily customize these colors (you can go as wacky as you want!): How to change heat map colors In the Legend window, hover over the heatmap dataset (it's the one with the polygon shape - not the marker - beside it), and select Style & Color: This should open...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/color-by-value-heat-map

How to create a color coded map

What’s a color coded map? For this example, we are going to look at maps that have different geographic regions distinguished by different colors. For example, below is a color coded map of France. Colors are used to indicate the different regions of France (Normandy, Bordeaux, etc). This map also uses regional boundary files to reveal the borders of each “departement” (like a US county) within a region. If that’s the type of map you’re looking to produce and attach...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/how-to-create-a-color-coded-map-or-basemap

Create a choropleth map using eSpatial

Author image - Jenny Kellyby Jenny Kelly on

A choropleth map is another name for a heat map - it visualizes the level (or intensity) of measurable data in specific geographical areas. Benefits of a choropleth map For instance, imagine you wanted to see - at a glance - the most heavily populated areas of a state, per county. You would assign each county with a shade that represented the level of population. A sparsely populated county might be represented by a light pink colour, while a heavily...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/create-a-choropleth-map-using-espatial

How to create a simple map report, with graphs and filters

Author image - Patrick Butlerby Patrick Butler on

This article may quote data or refer to features or workflows no longer applicable to the current version of eSpatial, which is updated every 6-8 weeks. Please refer to our help section for more up to date information Make the most of eSpatial reporting features What is an eSpatial report? An interactive map that  produces charts and graphs and has filtering capabilities - you can manipulate your uploaded data to find new insights. Here's what a simple eSpatial report looks...

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https://www.espatial.com/articles/create-map-report-with-graphs-filters

How To Create Radius Maps

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This article was last updated July 2017 Why Choose Radius Maps Radius maps are great for proximity analysis, how far is the nearest hotel to an airport, how many customers are within 10 miles of your sales reps, etc. With eSpatial, you can create eye-catching radius maps in minutes. Radius maps can help generate greater efficiency by demonstrating areas where coverage is either too much or too little, assigning the right people to the right areas, and more. Radius maps...

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