Map UI

Map UI Settings

Basemap Style
User Interface

Auto-Zoom

Enabling this option will make the map change zoom and scaling so that it contains all visible locations and drawings on the map whenever changes are made.

Disable this option if you make frequent changes to the map and want to prevent the map from zooming away from the current area of focus.

Show Crosshairs

Enabling this option will display crosshairs on the map that intersect at your mouse pointer.

Show Cursor Coordinates

Enabling this option will display lat/lng coordinates at your mouse pointer when hovering over the map.

Mouse-Over Details

Enabling this option will display details when hovering the mouse over objects on the map, e.g. hovering over a location marker shows the marker name and coordinates.

Disable if you do not want to see details when hovering over map objects.

Show Graticule

Enabling this option will latitude and longitude graticule lines on the map.

Drag & Drop

Enabling this option will allow you to drag and drop items to new coordinates on the map.

Disabling this will help prevent accidental dragging and dropping.

Note: To drag a marker on the map, click on the marker once to acivate it, then click again to drag-and-drop the marker to its new location on the map.

Show My GPS Location

Enabling this option will display your current GPS location on the map.

For this to work correctly your device will need to have GPS enabled and you will need to grant GPS access to MapMaker.

Map Language

Map Language

The language to use for text items on the map. This applies only to the map and not to the Map Maker User Interface.

Map Visual Features
Labels

Display Labels

Turn on or off the display of labels on the map.

This applies to the labels of countries, states, provinces, cities, roads, businesses, etc.

Roads

Display Roads

Turn on or off the display of raods on the map.

Landmarks

Display Landmarks

Turn on or off the display of landmarks on the map.

This applies to national parks, borders, geographic boundaries, the International Date Line (IDL), etc.

Users

Map Users

Not shared with any users

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Layer Editor
Click "ReDraw Layer" to view changes
Name:
Locations:

  

Data Filters Beta Feature

Using data filters allows you to view only the data / locations in this layer that meets the specified filter criteria.

Locations will only be displayed if they match all filters in the list.

Filter Settings

Show Markers

Displays markers/icons for the plots in this layer.

Layer's Default Marker Icon
(Individual location marker icons may also be customized)

Icon Size: 1

Icon Image

Current Icon

Image Opacity

Pin Colors

Fill Color
Fill Opacity

Color

The main color and transparency of pins in this layer.

Dot/Border
Border Opacity

Border

The color and transparency of the pin's outlining border and center dot.

Dot Colors

Fill Color
Fill Opacity

Color

The main color and transparency of plotted dots in this layer.

Border Color
Border Opacity

Border

The color and transparency of the border around dots.

Border Width
1 pixels

Border Width

The width (in pixels) of the border. If you don't want a border, set this to 0.

Show Labels

Displays basic markers with the specified "name" value for each location plot.

For plots missing a "name" value, labels will be hidden.

Path Line

Draws a line representing the "path" between the location plots in this layer based on their order in the dataset.

For example, to visualize a flight-path, you could upload the waypoint coordinates in the correct sequence, then enable this "Path Line" option to view the path as a line on the map.

Line Settings

Color
Line Opacity

Line Color

The color and opacity of the line between the plots in this layer.
Width
2 pixels

Line Width

The width of the line between the plots in this layer.

Heatmap

If selected, locations within this layer will be analyzed for proximity to each other. This analysis will be visualized with a color-scaled "heatmap" overlay.

Heatmap Settings

Opacity
0.6

Heatmap Opacity

The opacity of the heatmap for this layer.
Radius
60 pixels

Heatmap Pixel Radius

The radius of influence for each data point, in pixels (1-100).

If you have lots of plots in your dataset, a lower radius setting might help to better visualize true areas of concentrated plots.

Max
Intensity
auto/500

Heatmap Max Intensity

The maximum intensity of the heatmap. By default, heatmap colors are dynamically scaled according to the greatest concentration of points at any particular pixel on the map. This property allows you to specify a fixed maximum.

Clustering

If selected, locations in congested areas will be "clustered" together with a numerical and visual representation of the cluster size.

Metrics

Σ Distance:
(haversine)
meters
miles
km

Σ Distance

This is the cumulative distance between the locations in this layer. It is calculated by summing the haversign "great circle" distances between the locations in the sequence they were added to the layer.

Circle Settings

Style

Color
Opacity

Fill Color

This color is used to fill in drawings e.g. circles and polyfills. It is also used as the default color for location markers within the layer.

Fill Opacity

The opacity of the Fill Color. A lower opacity (higher transparency) will make it easier to see the underlying map and objects.

Border Color
Opacity

Border Color

The Stroke Color is used for borders and lines. If you don't want drawings to have a border you could set the Stroke Weight (below) to 0.

Stroke Opacity

The opacity of the Stroke Color.

Border Width
1 pixels

Stroke Weight

The width (in pixels) of borders and lines.

Center Coordinates & Radius

Center:
Latitude
Longitude

Center Coordinates

The coordinates for the center of this circle.
Radius:
(meters)

Circle Radius (Meters)

The radius of the circle (in Meters).

Metrics

Area
(π*r2)
Meters2
Km2
Miles2
ft2
Acres
Hectares
Circumference
(2*r*π)
Meters
km
Miles
Feet

Rectangle Settings

Style

Color
Opacity

Fill Color

This color is used to fill in drawings e.g. circles and polyfills. It is also used as the default color for location markers within the layer.

Fill Opacity

The opacity of the Fill Color. A lower opacity (higher transparency) will make it easier to see the underlying map and objects.

Border Color
Opacity

Border Color

The Stroke Color is used for borders and lines. If you don't want drawings to have a border you could set the Stroke Weight (below) to 0.

Stroke Opacity

The opacity of the Stroke Color.

1 pixels

Stroke Weight

The width (in pixels) of borders and lines.

Metrics

Area
Meters2
Km2
Miles2
ft2
Acres
Hectares
Perimeter
Meters
km
Miles
Feet
Plots:

Polygon Settings

Style

Color
Opacity

Fill Color

This color is used to fill in drawings e.g. circles and polyfills. It is also used as the default color for location markers within the layer.

Fill Opacity

The opacity of the Fill Color. A lower opacity (higher transparency) will make it easier to see the underlying map and objects.

Border Color
Opacity

Border Color

The Stroke Color is used for borders and lines. If you don't want drawings to have a border you could set the Stroke Weight (below) to 0.

Stroke Opacity

The opacity of the Stroke Color.

1 pixels

Stroke Weight

The width (in pixels) of borders and lines.

Metrics

Area
Meters2
Km2
Miles2
ft2
Acres
Hectares
Perimeter
Meters
km
Miles
Feet
Plots:

Line Settings

Style

Line Color
Opacity

Border Color

The Stroke Color is used for borders and lines. If you don't want drawings to have a border you could set the Stroke Weight (below) to 0.

Stroke Opacity

The opacity of the Stroke Color.

1 pixels

Stroke Weight

The width (in pixels) of borders and lines.

Metrics

Length / Distance
Meters
km
Miles
Feet

Route Settings

Style

Route Color
Opacity

Border Color

The Stroke Color is used for borders and lines. If you don't want drawings to have a border you could set the Stroke Weight (below) to 0.

Stroke Opacity

The opacity of the Stroke Color.

1 pixels

Stroke Weight

The width (in pixels) of borders and lines.

This layer was generated using KML. To edit the layer, please import the modified KML to a new layer.

Location Editor
Mini Map

Geocoded Address

Details
Location Marker Icon
This location is using the layer's default icon

or, edit the layer's default icon

Icon Type

Icon Size

Icon Image

Current Icon

Image Opacity

Pin Colors

Fill Color
Opacity

Color

The main color and transparency of pins in this layer.

Border & Dot
Opacity

Border

The color and transparency of the pin's outlining border and center dot.

Dot Colors

Color
Opacity

Color

The main color and transparency of plotted dots in this layer.

Border
Opacity

Border

The color and transparency of the border around dots.

Border Width
1 pixels

Border Width

The width (in pixels) of the border. If you don't want a border, set this to 0.
Custom Data Fields
Route Beta

Experimental Feature!!!
This routing feature is currently in the development & testing phase with limited functionality. At this time, creating a route will only draw a line that represents the route; no directions or additional details are currently provided. Submit feedback with bugs or feature suggestions.


Enter the start and destination addresses
You may also add intermediate stops (waypoints)


Route Name:

Route Stops

Territory

Settings

Name

Name

A custom name for this territory

Color
Opacity

Color

The color and transparency of this territory on the map.

Analysis & Metrics
Name
Value
Locations in Territory:
(all layers)
Locations in Territory
Clicked Location
,

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