Data Visualisation

Manage, publish and share your location data using Azimap's suite of publishing and visualising tools. Display your data on a base layer which best contextualises your location data and use the advanced visualising tools to make informed strategic decisions.

Heat Maps

When a layer contains a large number of overlaying or closely positioned points, displaying your data as individual features on a map may not be the best visual representation. To resolve this, display you data as a heat map. The heat map will display the geographic density of features using coloured areas. The area will be largest where the most points are concentrated together.

Create a Heat Map

Heat Maps

Google Street View

Using the Google Street View tool, map administrators and users can quickly visualise and verify data location by placing the pointer on any road. The Google Street View tool uses the spatial dataset and the basemap enabling users to visualise, contextualise and verify the accuracy of their spatial data.

Google Street View

Place a Radius around any point

Quickly drawing a circle around any point and define the radius in kilometers or miles in two simple clicks. Using the draw radius tool, administrators can quickly place a buffer area around the preferred point to identify key attributes in their spatial data.

Start Analysing Your Data

Place a Radius around any point

Map Legends & Layer Switcher

Using Azimap, administrators can add and style the map legend. The configurable map toolbar enables administrators to define the legend title, label text and the map legend behaviour. Administrators can also define the order of their layers, default layer on map load and the level of zoom in which the layer should appear.

Map Legends & Layer Switcher