Check out the given walk-through on how to set the Map chart properties.

A Map chart allows the users to position their data in a geographical context using different data layers. Users can create a view based on the selected dimensions/measures that represent data in the region. The designated area gets colored based on the data. Users have the provisions for changing the visualization.


General Settings

Exclude Global Filter: Use a checkmark in the box to exclude the global filter condition

View Filter

Filter: Select a filter condition to be applied to the view on the storyboard.


Dynamic Range: Enable or disable the dynamic range.

Min Color: Select a color for the minimum value from the drop-down menu.

Max Color: Select a color for the maximum value from the drop-down menu.


Select Map: Select a region using the drop-down menu.


  • Text: Provide any information regarding the chart. If any digit or character is required to be highlighted, put it inside two asterisks. (E.g., *70%* or *skills*).

  • Text align: There are three alignments to align the text.

    • Left

    • Right

    • Centre

  • Position: There are two options to position the text.

    • Bottom

    • Right

Please Note:

  • By disabling the dynamic range, the map projects the selected Max Color. The user can change the color by clicking the Color properties option.

    • Disable the dynamic range.

    • The entire map reflects the selected Max color (by default).

  • Based on the selected Region the displayed visualization gets changed.

    • Select a map using the Region drop-down menu.

    • The map of the selected region gets highlighted based on the chosen dimensions and measures.

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