Create a Map from Excel Spreadsheet Data

Plot Locations and Map Excel Data

You don’t have to be a spreadsheet guru to map Excel data! Mapline is the simplest Excel mapping solution on the planet to help you visualize your data. Just make sure your spreadsheet data has the correct column headers so that we can recognize the address information. Then paste your spreadsheet data (including address columns as well as all your other columns) into Mapline and watch it transform into a powerful map that you can use to get a visual representation of your data. When you plot locations on a map from Excel, you’re better able to analyze the data you have to make the best decisions for your business.

Map of Excel Spreadsheet Locations Data

Steps to map data from Excel

  1. Login to your Mapline account.
  2. Click the tab “New Map” button.
  3. Enter a name for your map.
  4. Click the “Create Map” button. The next page will bring you to an empty map.
  5. Click the “Add Data Layers” button from the left sidebar.
  6. Select the “Add Pins from My Data” option.
  7. Now you will see a list of all the data sets (spreadsheets) you have uploaded into Mapline. Check the box next to each data set you would like to appear on the map. If you haven’t uploaded any data sets yet, then click on the “New Dataset” button.
  8. If you are creating a new dataset, give it a name and then paste your data directly in from Excel. Don’t forget to include the header row from your spreadsheet so that we know which columns contain your address information.
  9. Click “Continue.”
  10. Click the “Done” button and your map is now ready to view.

That’s how easy it is to create a map from Excel spreadsheet data! It only takes a few seconds to visualize your locations. Ready to get started? Choose the plan that best fits your needs and sign up to give Mapline a try!