Map Values By Pin Size

Patrick Butler
by Patrick Butler on September 1, 2014

eSpatial now allows you to reveal data value by pin size – the bigger the value, the bigger the pin size on the map. Below is an example of using different-sized pins to reveal volumes. How to map values by pin size 1. Either upload your data to eSpatial in the normal way or open up an existing dataset contained in the eSpatial maps and datasets library. (TIP: If you’re just testing out eSpatial, just sign up for a free trial and use our sample data.) 2. In the Control Panel, click Style & Color of the dataset you want to map by pin size 3....

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Bubble Map

How to create one in minutes

Patrick Butler
by Patrick Butler on September 1, 2014

This article was last updated July 2019 If you're looking for a way to display your location data in a clear, concise way, you may want to create a bubble map. Bubble maps summarize your data by creating different sized circles that represent the value of your information. For example, the circles in the map below indicate the GDP of each European country. The larger the circle is, the higher the country's GDP. Many sales managers use this type of analysis to quickly identify areas for further investigation. For example, they can easily...

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How to create a color coded map

Natalia Kaszkowiak
by Natalia Kaszkowiak on January 7, 2014

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 data to, well then we're in business! But, before you do anything, make...

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