- Getting Started
- Hyper Location Layer
- Zip/Postal Code analytics
- Heat Map View
- Heat Map Controls
- Create a Network Map
- Get Driving Distance & Time in Batch
- Create a Store Locator
- Update a location / correct a misplaced location
- Cluster View
- Create a Radius Coverage / Bubble Map
- Create Multiple Layers
- Territory Map
- Share a Map
- Center of Gravity (COG)
- Save Current Map View
- Download sample datasets
- Customized Marker Icons
- Location Marker Control Panel
- Publish a map
- Embed a map
- Export / Download a Map as an Image
- Upgrade to ANNUAL plan
- Excel Geocoder
- Location Layer Batch Creation
- Map Zoom Level
- Create optimized driving routes
- Display transit, traffic and bicycle path
- KML File Support
- Download History Invoices and Receipts
- Map Change Protection
- Display Your Logo on Maps
Network maps can be very insightful to show the relationships between locations, such as offices and employee homes, distribution centers and store locations, restaurants and customer locations, schools and teachers and students homes, and so on.
With resources and locations connected and displayed on the map, you can gain powerful insights that support your decision making regarding facility planning and resource assignment.
With network maps, you can also get driving distances and travel time, as well as flying distances between multiple origin and destination pairs you are interested in at one go.
Network maps, which is generally not available in other mapping software, is a unique feature of Maply. The steps of creating a Network map is very similar to creating a location map. The only difference is that you need to use the download Maply Network Map Excel Upload template. Each record is a line with origin and destination.
Maply also supports weighted network maps. Lines with larger weights will be displayed thicker, representing heavier traffic. If no weight is provided, all lines will be assumed to have an equal weight of 1.Structure/format of Maply Network upload template:
|A||Orign Name||Name of the origin.||Optional.|
|B||Origin Address||Address of Origin.||Optional.|
|C||Origin Postal Code||Postal code of the origin.||Optional.|
|D||Origin Country||Country of the origin.||Required. If this is not filled, Maply will give error message saying that address info is missing.|
|E||Origin Latitude||A.k.a. Lat, this is the latitude of the origin.||Optional. Usage limits apply.|
|F||Origin Longitude||A.k.a. Lng, this is the longitude of the origin.||Optional. Usage limits apply.|
|G||Destination Name||Name of the Destination.||Optional.|
|H||Destination Address||Address of Destination.||Optional.|
|I||Destination ostal Code||Postal code of the Destination.||Optional.|
|J||Destination Country||Country of the Destination.||Required. If this is not filled, Maply will give error message saying that address info is missing.|
|K||Destination Latitude||A.k.a Lat, this is the latitude of the destination.||Optional. Usage limits apply.|
|L||Destination Longitude||A.k.a Lng, this is the longitude of the Destination.||Optional. Usage limits apply.|
|M||Weight||A measurement associated to this line, e.g. volume, number of shipments, number of flights, etc||Optional. When available, lines on the network layer will be displayed according to its weight. Heavier line will be thicker.|
You can use the Network Map control panel to adjust the look and feel of your map to make it uniquely yours. Hope the example below gives you some inspiration.
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