If you’ve created a territory map using eSpatial, as described here, then your next task will probably be to layer data onto the map.
Here’s a map with two layers – a map layer and a point layer, as an example:
Let’s begin the process of putting data onto a territory map by clicking the Add Data button when you log in to eSpatial.Then click Add From Library:
Next, you need to select the datasets you want included on your map. The datasets you pick should include the boundary (territory) dataset that you created for your territory map. In my case, that’s “Territories based on US States”. I find this when I click through the Datasets listings (I could also have done a search to get it).
I will click Add To Map to have this dataset added to my map. Only when I click Return To Map will I see the territory. However I now want to find the dataset (pin data) that I want layered on my territory map. In this case that’s Customers US.
I will click add to map and then (since I don’t wish to add any more layers) Return To Map. This is the result:
You can see that the pin data is now layered on top of my territory dataset, By default, territories are not filled in (colored) when added to a map. However, territories can be colorized by clicking on the paintbucket beside the dataset title on the legend panel:
This is the result:
Find out more about territory maps on our help pages.
The brief tutorial below shows you how to make a territory map: