MI has an extensible set of visualization features, each being a different way of discovering “hidden” facts or making sense of the data. Your purpose may be for exploratory analysis or “final” presentation to an audience in a form most easily understood.

MI makes it easy and quick to move between and try out different geospatial functions while concurrently adjusting the data being viewed either while viewing the map or from the BI data view.


vis hotspot

Hot Spot

Hot spot allows you to analyze areas of high occurrence versus areas of low occurrence. Hot spot lines join points of equal density on a map. Hot spots are good for showing the rate of change across the surface. The closer the hotspot contours are to each other, the more rapid the change is.



vis heatmap

Heat Map

A Heat map shows you where the highest concentration of points are. Heat maps are particularly useful for looking at patterns rather than individual points and for mapping areas of different sizes. View Demo.




vis graident


Gradient allows you to visualize existing relationships between / among data points of a chosen layer. It may help discover patterns embodied in the data, which otherwise would be hard to detect.




vis voronoi


Voronoi diagrams represent the region of influence around each of a given set of sites. If these sites represent the locations of a chain of restaurants, the Voronoi diagram partitions space into cells around each restaurant. For each person living in a particular cell, the defining restaurant represents the closest place to get one of their meals.





Spider visualization layers draw lines between two associated sets of points and theme (or color-code) the line based on a selected value.




vis charts


Charts allows you to select a  Region layer (i.e. a Region Relationship or Region Join layer) and automatically generate bar or pie charts, in 3D or flat look,  displaying aggregations over the values of some attributes / columns of the associated point layer.



vis clustersClusters

Clustering is the process of grouping closely positioned locations together and representing them with a ‘cluster icon’  i.e.  a simple circular icon, with a radius proportional to the clusters size and showing the number of points within the cluster  .  When you zoom in, those locations will become further apart and will separate into their own cluster icons.



vis routingRouting

The Routing visualization displays the most efficient path through a selection of points on the map. The details of the points are displayed in the results panel, which can be exported in csv format. View Demo




vis 3D3D

If you have Google Earth installed you can easily view your current session including all the MI Custom layers in Google Earth as a live KML link or save the current map view as a KMZ file to send to others. View Demo



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