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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 few minutes and start creating awesome maps.

Zip/Postal Code analytics

Have a list of Zip/Postal codes with you and wondering how they are distributed geographically? You can easily visualize them on the map with Geolytics, see them pinned on the map, or in heat map or in cluster view. We show you how to do it using an example, step by step.

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 reveal themselves vividly.

Create a Network Map

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

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 automatically available.

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 cluster map is automatically available.

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 better insights and understanding of your data.

Territory Map

A territory map, also called choropleth map, is a type of map in which areas (countries, states / provinces, counties, cities, districts, zip codes) are shaded or patterned in proportion to a measurement. It provide an easy way to visualize how a measurement varies across a geographic area or sho...

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 share the entire live map to your colleagues or friends, where they can zoom in and out, try out dif...

Center of Gravity (CoG)

When planning for a new facility, be it a new warehouse, or a distribution center, or a sales center, or a factory, or a new office, or a school, or a shopping mall, where the location should be is always an important question to answer. Center of Gravity (CoG) is a location where the sum of weig...

Save Current Map View

You can save the current map view (map center and zoom level) using the Save Current View option from map setting menu. Note that once a map view is saved, the map will not dynamically zoomed in and out with newly added or removed locations. To restore this dynamic ability of the map, you can rem...

Download sample datasets

Download sample datasets for trying out different features, including location map, heat map, cluster map, bubble map, network map. They covers tourist arrivals of top 50 countries, gaps stations distribution, population at states/provinces, GDP at cities, airlines networks. With this, we hope to...

Heat Map Controls

Geolytics gives you finer controls on the look and feel of your heat maps. You can customize them by changing the radius, opacity and color gradient. Any changes on the these parameters will be reflected instantly on the map, so you see the effects immediately and make adjustments till the visual...

Customized Marker Icons

Geolytics allows you to customize markers/pins by icons and colors. You can also upload your own images and use them as markers. We offers close to 200 icons for map marker/map pin customisation. To find the perfect icon, you can type keywords in the search box, and related icons will show up ins...

Publish a map

After creating an awesome map, you may want to share it with others. Geolytics allows you to publish your map to public so everyone with the link of your map can access it.

Embed a map

After creating an awesome map, you may want to share it by embedding it into your website, blog or other web pages. It’s really easy to do in Geolytics.

Export / Download a Map as an Image

After creating an awesome, you may want to take a screenshot of it and share it with your colleagues / friends. We have made this really easy for you. With just two clicks and 1-2 minutes of waiting, a full screen map will be downloaded to your device as an image.

Upgrade to ANNUAL plan

If you have a monthly or quarterly GEOLYTICS PRO subscription, you can upgrade it to ANNUAL plan to take advantage of lower total cost. Upon confirmation, your ANNUAL plan will start right away and a credit for the time unused on your existing plan will be returned to you.

Excel Geocoder

Geocoding is expensive. Google charges 5 USD for every geocoding requests. That's why Geolytics only allows 100 records per upload for addresses without geocodes for free. We want to introduce an awesome Excel geocoder for obtaining latitudes and longitudes, with which you can geocode thousands o...

Location Layer Batch Creation

It is easy and quick to create a single location layer. But when you need to create many location layers, say more than 10, you start to wonder if there an even faster way, to avoid all the repetitive clicks. Yes, we have you covered. Location Layer Batch Creation is the answer.

Show Weight Label for Locations

Each location on Geolytics has a weight. It is a numeric valua, which can mean population, population density, earthquake scale, number of shipments, number of Kilograms, number of orders, number of people ... Sometimes, you want to see the weights displayed on the locations. This is when Show We...

Map Zoom Level

In Geolytics, users can zoom in and out on the map. Zoom level 1 corresponds to a world map, and larger zoom levels zoom in at a higher resolution. The following list shows the approximate level of detail you can expect to see at each zoom level: 1: World, 5: Landmass/continent, 10: City, 15: Str...

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