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Getting Started

Usually data analytics on the map can be very technical. But with Geolytics, geograhyical visualization has been reduced to the minimum complexity. Almost anyone can get started with Geolytics in a...

Postal Code analytics

Have a list of postal codes with you and wondering how they are distributed geographically? You can easily visualize them on the map with Geolytics, with two simple steps. Here is a video tutorial.

Create a Bubble Map

Bubble map is a very useful tool to show location density. The size of the bubble usually represents the significance of the location. With semi-transparent and overlapping bubbles, the hot spots r...

Create a Network Map

Network map is powerful tool to visualize supply chains, airline operations, trucking operations and logistics coverage. It is a unique capability of Geolytics, and not commonly available in other ...

Heat Map View

Heat Map is very intuitive for visualizing the density of location data. Geolytics supports weighted as well as non-weight heat map. Once a location layer is created with data, a heat map is automa...

Cluster View

When there are too many locations on the map, they will all cluster together and the map gets messy. In this case, you might want to switch to cluster view. Once a location layer is created, a clus...

Multiple layers

With Geolytics, you can group your data into different buckets and create a layer for each of them. Each layer can be turned on and off separately. With overlapping and visibility control, you get ...

Getting around geocoding limits

There are a limited of geocoding requests Geolytics can accept every hour. When you happen to use Geolytics while many others are also using, the addresses you uploaded may not be geocoded correctly.

Share a map

Created an awesome map? Next is to share it with others. While you can always take a screenshot of the map and insert it into your documents or presentation slides or emails, there is an option to ...

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