Map Chart

The Map chart is used to position data in a geographical context. Multiple layers are included to cover various information. The users can specify which layer to be marked as an interactive layer as it is the only layer wherein items can be marked.

Best Situations to Use a Map chart:

To display widely spread data or processes in the geographical setup.

Default Chart Image:

Properties of the Timeline chart:

  • Background: The user can change the background color of the chart, get the border for the chart, and change the border color. Get the reflection of the chart by enabling the shadow option and also change the color, increase or decrease the transparency of the shadow.

  • Export Options: The user can enable the 'Enable Context Menu’ from the preview section to download the reports in different formats. The user can change the heading and subheading of the downloaded charts and the name of the downloaded files from the Export context menu.

  • General: The user can change the height, width, top, and left values. The user can select the map type out of SVG and leaflet. The user can select a different map by selecting a continent name e.g., Asia. The user can also change the Geometry type to marker, change the default color, rollover color, and give the color Range, etc. using the General Properties.

  • Subtitle: The user can enable the subtitle to display the second title. The user can change the Name, Font color, size, style for the subtitle.

  • Title: The user can change Title Name, Font color, size, style, etc.

  • Tooltip: The user can show the description of the series can use the tooltip by enabling it.

General Properties:

Title Properties:

Sub Title Properties:

Tooltip Properties:

Map chart variants after changing the Properties

Map Chart with SVG type

Map Chart with Leaflet type

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