MapchartΒΆ

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Purpose & ApplicationΒΆ

The mapchart is the best chart to display geographic disparities.

This chart is good to compare values of different areas.

πŸ“ For example, the GDP per countries in the world.

The zones can be geographic regions or different areas of a commercial center.

πŸ“ For example, the average basket of the stores of a commercial center.

It can also be used to locate cities or buildings on a map using markers.

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What makes this graph a killer story?

πŸ“Œ Markers make it easy to highlight specific points such cities for example and thanks to the color legend, we can see at a glance from which countries they depend.

In our case I can cleary tell that Paris, Lyon and Strasbourg contributes to France GDP πŸ“ˆ

πŸ—ΊοΈ Custom base map allows you to display whatever you want! It can be the world, areas, countries, cities, neighborhood and even floor plans of a shopping mall -great to analyze which shops are the most visited and if those shops are located close to each other-

In our case I can zoom in Italia and quickly tell how zones are performing. Wooow! 4 areas have a very high GDP : Piemonte, Lombardia, Toscana, Sardegna, Sicilia 🀩

βš™οΈ Master-slave functionality allows you to use your map chart as a master with another viz! It can be a horizontal bar chart, a stacked bar one, etc.

How great it is to click on a Country, France for example, and to access many informations at one time! I am able to see the GDP for France, but also the number of people for each cities : Paris, Lyon, Strasbourg, etc. What is awesome is that if I click on the United Kingdom, I can also quickly see the population for London, Bristol, Edinburgh… πŸš€

πŸ”Ž Smooth drill functionality makes it easy on the eye, your user will love it! Add a drill to your mapchart to go in a deeper level of detail.

How easy it is to get the Africa GDP then see the details for each country! 🌍

Compatible and optimized mobile display, get your data anywhere πŸ“±!