Territory heat mapping uses physical territory boundaries to group together data and then colors each territory based on either location density or values from the dataset. The result is a heat map that allows you to compare the territories against eachother. Learn how to create a territory heat map.
Radial Heat Mapping
Radial heat mapping uses relative distance from other data points to create a weather-radar style map. This map can then be used to identify high or low density areas. Learn how to create a radial heat mapping.
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