Data Configuration

Chart Type

You can read about this section here.

Boundary Column

This section is for the field you wish to use to identify which boundary the column represents.

Aggregation Column

This section is for the field you wish to aggregate the map density value on.


Read about the Filter section here.


Read about the Header section here.

Map Options

  • Boundary Type: Define the granularity of boundaries. Examples include Country, US State, US Zip Code
  • Boundary Format: Define the format of the column used for identifying the boundary. Examples are: State Code (CA) and State Name (California)
  • Map Style: Define the visual style of the map.
  • Minimum Color: Define the color that will style the minimum color bucket shown on the map. If there is only one color bucket, it will be this color.
  • Maximum Color: Define the color that will style the maximum color bucket shown on the map.
  • Color Steps: Define the number of unique color buckets shown on the map. For example, if the value is 3, then three unique colors will be shown on the map and each boundary density will be one of those three colors from the minimum color to the maximum color.
  • Save Initial View: This configures the position, orientation, and zoom of the map that is shown when the map first loads.

Map Options section must be filled out completely for the map to load.


Read about the Tooltip section here.

Enable Download

Read about the Enable Download section here.

CSV Download

  • Tab Delimited: This specifies if the CSV download exported from the data table should have values separated by tabs. If not turned on, the separators will be commas.

Read about the URL Link section here.

No Data Configuration

Read about the No Data Configuration section here.

Expose Underlying Data

Read about the Expose Underlying Data section here.