Data Cards and Improved Heat Maps for Power Map
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Data cards extend the Power Map tooltip so you can display more contextual information about the data you’re presenting on your map. Drilling down into the finer details of your charts and graphs has never been so simple. All you have to do is hover over or click on any visualization on the map and the data card will pop-up with relevant information based on the visualization (i.e. geography, height, category and time related to the data point).
Another great update recently introduced are some improvements to Heat Map visualizations. Now, you can define and change how you’d like the heat maps to be displayed. For instance, you have the ability to define what type of aggregation you’d like to base the map on instead of just the sum of the data (average being one of the new options).
They’ve also introduced the ability to customize the color scale. Instead of being stuck using the standard Blue>Green>Yellow>Red scale, you are given the option to either change to a completely different color scale, or to take just a portion of the scale and use it (i.e. just Blue>Green instead of the full 4-color scale).
Power Map has always been a big differentiator with other data visualization tools. The introduction of Data Cards, improvements to Heat Map visuals and color customizations, Microsoft continues to be the leading provider of data analysis for businesses.
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