Create Map with CSV or Excel data

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To represent any kind of data on a map. We should have some geographic data of that particular point or region. In the blog we will learn how to create a map with CSV or Excel. With your data just make two more columns and add Latitude and Longitude of that particular point.
Eg. Data of properties in a region with their geographic data.

create a map with CSV or Excel
property.csv
note:- The above file is in .csv format

Create a map with CSV or Excel

  1. Go to IGIS map dashboard and create a new map. (Or select a map you want to add this data).
    Click on + (plus button) to add a new map and fill the details.
create a map with CSV or Excel

2. A plane map will appear. Now upload CSV/Excel data to the map.

create a map with CSV or Excel

Drag & Drop your file or browse from the system.

create a map with CSV or Excel

3. Now select the columns for Latitude and Longitude.

create a map with CSV or Excel

4. Once you upload the data you will automatically get a map layer which will represent this data.

Tip:-  To zoom in and out use mouse dragger or zoom buttons on right top corner of screen.

create a map with CSV or Excel

Note:- After making this map please check and correct datatype of your fields under the layer. To use all analysis tools and all features properly. Default datatype is varchar. Change them to proper and suitable datatypes. Click on edit icon near layer name.

create a map with CSV or Excel

You can see default data type is varchar change them to proper data type. i.e number for area size price and any numeric quantity, String for name, City name etc. And Varchar  for data having both numbers and characters.

create a map with CSV or Excel

Alter or change the type of attribute data type.

create a map with CSV or Excel

Your Data is changed into a map. Zoom in and zoom out for more analysis.

create a map with CSV or Excel

Your Data is changed into a map.

Create a Map using IGIS Map Tool.

Customize and style points to make it attractive and more meaningful.

Use proximity analyser and Query tools for analysis purpose.

You can also download it as a shapefile for further use.

You can share this map with others to show them data or to ask for contribution.

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