If you are trying to analyze what is going on in your logistics, you might need the flow map that will show where your distribution centers are and where you send your products to. With Excel Map it’s really easy to customize a map like this to show with arrows the direction of your flow.
Sometimes you may want to attract the audience with a non-standard map. One of the ways to do it is to use a graphic instead of clean data visualization like bubbles. With Excel Map you can easily replace the bubble shape with an image.
If your data contains addresses (or just part of it like city or post code) you can try to show the data on the map. Although Excel Map does not support zoom in like Google Maps or any other Internet map do, it can give you an overview on where your addresses are (e.g. of…
There are two ways to create a quick filter for the bubble chart layer in the Excel Map: if you are Excel 2013+ user, you can create a slicer or you can create a non-standard filter based on your list.
What is the problem with the filled map? You can show only 1 measure on a map at the same time. What if you would like to show two of your KPIs: the size of the sales and the target realization? Use colored bubble chart.
Customers of Maps-for-Excel.com use our Excel maps in many ways. Here are the 4 most useful of them (examples based on the Excel Map of Poland).
Bubble chart allows to present 3 series of data at the same time – the figures are presented on the x and y-axes and by the bubble size.