Preparing geo data
Our map supports multiple input formats for geo data. See the table below to learn what is supported.
SQL (tested in Snowflake)
Longitude & Latitude
ℹ 1 field for each
SELECT ST_GEOHASH( TO_GEOGRAPHY('POINT(-122.306100 37.554162)')) AS geohash_of_point_a;
Configuring the map
Function / Purpose
Presented in the tooltip, this is what we use to group by when querying your data.
This is the location we use. This is an aggregation, for example with latitude/longiutude we can use min/max/average, which helps when working with different grains of location data.
Point size can be fixed, where the point size remains the same regardless of screen size. This can be variable based on using a measure.
Dynamic sizing, which will adjust as you zoom in and out of the map. For example, a point can be
Our map supports multiple layers to helpm you visualise your data in multiple ways at once.
The HeatMap layer visually represents data intensity and distribution, essential for spatial data analysis.
Visuals adjust dynamically with zoom levels and data point densities.
Cutomize color gradients and intensity, based on data values.
The Cluster Marker plugin in Leaflet offers a customizable approach to group markers visually. It's designed for performance and flexibility, allowing for a diverse range of applications.
This layer controls the map settings such as opacity.
A custom image can be used to layer your own maps or even own markers on to the map, such as roads, paths, map updates, topography etc.
Global filtering is not yet supported in the map
Fixed point size can produce varying point size based on map projection