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Data Visualisation

Create beautiful looking, insightful maps in an instant with no prior coding knowledge required

Styling

Create beautiful maps in seconds with no coding knowledge required. The simple user-led styling tools within Azimap make it easy to create or apply advanced styles that help to visualise your data. No matter your experience, with Azimap's styling wizard anyone can create fantastic looking and insightful maps in a couple of clicks.

Styling

Heat Maps

Quickly interpret your statistical data to gain valuable insights that support strategic decisions. Visualising large volumes of information has never been easier, with Azimap's heat map style applied in a matter of seconds, bringing your statistical data to life. The striking visualisation of a heat map will enable users to quickly identify new patterns or trends within their data.

Heat Maps

Interactive Point Clusters

Visually represent large volumes of data in a clear manner by utilising Azimap's point stacker style. Quickly applied to all your data in a couple of clicks, the point stacker will produce an easily readable map where large volumes of points need to be displayed. The dynamic performance of the point stacker ensures changing data is instantly represented and is achieved without the need to learn or write code.

Interactive Point Clusters

Thematic Styling

Easily identify new relationships in your data along common themes. By applying a thematic style, users can configure a legend around a specific attribute of their features. The resulting visualisation will produce features with contrasting colours that reveal hidden patterns or themes within the underlying data. Created in seconds, Azimap's thematic styling will help to improve productivity enabling users to focus on interpreting the results.

Thematic Styling

Layer Swipe

Quickly compare the change in datasets over time with just one click. Using Azimap's layer swipe tool users can easily visualise and evaluate the difference between two datasets on a single map. Identifying changes over time or difference in data can be used to improve planning processes and the support of strategic decisions.

Layer Swipe

Sketch Layer

Improve collaboration across an organisation with the ability to create and share temporary map features. The sketch layer tool enables teams in other locations to draw temporary features onto existing organisation maps to be shared with colleagues in other teams, departments or sites. Temporary features can then be confirmed and instantly synchronised across organisational maps, ensuring everyone is working to the same data and information.

Sketch Layer