Territory Heat Maps

Using territory heat maps of your data

Using territory heat maps of your data

Use Mapline to visualize territory heat maps. Let’s say you plot customers and you would like to overlay US state boundaries on your map. But instead of assigning each state a random color, you would like states with a lot of locations to be red and states with few locations to be green. Customer heat mapping will help you quickly see the distribution of your customers by state. Sales heat mapping can also be extremely informative. By copying your Excel data that includes sales amounts, you can create a heat map showing you which states have higher and lower sales from your company. You can easily do this with Mapline!

How to create territory heat maps

  1. Open your map.
  2. Click the “Layers” button.
  3. Choose “Territory Overlay.”
  4. Select type of territory.
  5. Name your territory set.
  6. Select “Heat Map Based on Dataset Values” as your Territory Coloring.
  7. Click “Continue.”
  8. Select the dataset to use for determining the colors of your territories.
  9. Select the type of heat-map calculation you would like to use. You can calculate the colors based on the number of locations (“location density”) or you can add values together from your spreadsheet.
  10. You can select “Map by Percentile” if you want to assign a certain number of colors. For example, if you want there to only be 4 colors for states (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green), then select the 4 Groups of 25% option. This will force each state to be one of the four colors. Otherwise you can select the “Don’t Group by Percentile” option to assign the exact calculated color to each state.
  11. Select the colors you would like to use.
  12. Click “Continue.”

What are you waiting for?

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