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Create a heat map
What is heat map in vMAP?
Heat maps are used to visualise areas that have different densities of spatial entities on the map. The vMAP Heat map can be used to visualise geographic data which is generated with different colors to show where higher density areas occurs. It helps convey the relationship between values in an accessible way. For example, you can create a heat map to show the density of households. The areas with more households will have a darker color and the areas with fewer households will a brighter color. By looking at the heat map, you would be able to quickly tell which areas have more households.
How do I create a heat map in vMAP?
Please follow below steps to create a heat map in vMAP:
Step 1. To create a heat map, select from the drop-down menu on the top navigation bar of the vMAP main page.
Step 2. In the Heat & Cluster style settings window, to set the heat map style, click to select a layer from the Layer panel.
Step 3. In the Heat Style tab, check the checkbox, select a Field and Sub-division number. Then edit other settings as needed.
Step 4. To preview the heat map settings, click the button.
In the bottom table, you can adjust the settings manually by clicking the values. (see screenshot below)
Below is more information on the Actions column:
- To copy a setting, click the icon.
- To move the position of the setting, click the icon, this will affect the color rendering of heat map.
- To delete a setting, click the button.
Step 5. To view the heat map result, click the button. Ensure that the layer that contains the data is activated and locate its position on the mapview to see the generated heat map.