Data Configuration

Chart Type

You can read about this section here.

Geospatial Data

The section configures the data that will be used to draw markers on the map.

  • Latitude Column: Choose the column that stores latitude data. It must be of float type.
  • Longitude Column: Choose the column that stores longitude data. It must be of float type.
  • Row Limit: Restrict the number of rows of data displayed as markers on the map. The map is more performant when there are fewer markers drawn. The maximum row limit is 5000.

Tooltip Data

Select any columns that you’d like to appear as metadata in the tooltip that pops up when a marker is clicked. The columns will be listed in the tooltip in the order you select them.


Read about the Filter section here.


Read about the Header section here.

Map Options

  • Map Style: Define the visual style of the map.
  • Save Initial View: Configure the position, orientation, and zoom of the map that is shown when the map first loads.


  • Fill: Define the color of the markers.
  • Size: Define the height and width of the markers. The minimum is 10px and the maximum is 50 px.
  • Outline Color: Define the color of the outline of the marker. You can set this to the same color as the marker for no outline.
  • Outline Width: Defined the width of the outline. The minimum is 0px and the maximum is 30px. You can also set this to 0px to hide the outline.


You may choose to show or hide a header to the tooltip. The header displays the latitude and longitude values at that marker.

You also can further format numeric columns. Read about how to format these columns in this Tooltip section here.

If you are interested in more formatting options for the tooltip, please reach out to the Explo team.

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.