Map Maker Help

Maps

  1. Creating a New Map
  2. Deleting a Map
  3. Auto-Zoom

Layers

  1. Introduction to Layers
  2. Importing Data from .csv
  3. Remove Layer From Map
  4. Deleting a Layer
  5. Layer Limit Reached

Locations

  1. Location Marker Icons / Images
  2. Calculating Land / Surface Area
  3. Geocoding Addresses

Data Analysis

  1. Data Filters
  2. Heatmaps
  3. Clustering

Territories

  1. Adding a Territory to the Map

Clustering

Similar to heatmaps, a clustering analysis helps to rapidly visualize the dispersion of plots on the map. In addition to providing a coloring schema, clustering quantifies the density of locations by displaying the number of location plots in the cluster.

Clusters are dynamically adjusted with zoom level, i.e. as you zoom in or out, clustering will be recalculated and redrawn to best visualize clustered data at the given zoom level.

Clustering is enabled on a per-layer basis. This offers the flexibility of applying cluster visualizations to only the desired datasets.


Example: Clustering Location Data

Step 1: In the Layer List — to the left — click on the layer for which you want to enable clustering.

The Layer Editor will open.

Step 2: Click the "Clustering" checkbox. This will enable data clustering for the layer:

Data Clustering Option Enabled

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