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Data Visualisation

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

Heat Maps

Represent large volumes of overlaying or closely positioned points as a heat map. A heat map will deisplay the geographic density of features using coloured areas to produce stunning visualisations that will help to identify patterns and trends within your data.

Create a Heat Map

Heat Maps

Google Street View

Visualise, contextualise and verify the accuracy of your spatial data using the Google Street View tool. Selecting any road or street will allow users to view panoramic imagery from that location.

Google Street View

Place a Radius around any point

With two clicks, place a buffer area around a specific location to identify the features contained within that area and export the information in a report. Define the radius of a buffer in either metres, feet, kilometres or miles.

Start Analysing Your Data

Place a Radius around any point

Map Legends & Layer Switcher

With Azimap's configurable map toolbar, users can control the appearance of individual map layers and the map legend. With the toolbar, it is possible to define the order of layers, default layer on map load, the level of zoom at which the layer should appear as well as, the behaviour of the map legend, including the legend title and legend text.

Map Legends & Layer Switcher