If you have data that is location based then fMaps can help you to understand and analyse it.
Using fData to gather appropriate data you can choose to see it as a heat (or density) map, as markers on the map, or a combination. You can design fMaps pages to include various options so it tailored to your needs:
Filters & Selectors
Choose any data fields as filter criteria. fMaps automatically finds all the options and lets you filter the points on the map by any of them. For example, when showing all looked after children set criteria such as their school then quickly view who’s at which school. Or select children on the map by their transport contract.
Group map locations into layers to be able to switch them on and off as you like. For example different age groups organised into layers so that you can instantly show and hide the different cohorts.
Show accumulated values for all locations or just those that you select. Values can include sum, average, minimum or maximum. As you filter and select location points, the accumulators change automatically so you can analyse your geographic data.
Use a map as a menu, with links to other fSeries outputs. Easy to set up and a visual way to let users make their selection.
Overlays and Areas
Shows boundaries and areas on the map and select map points by area.
fMaps is simple to set up and very easy for users to get a simple view of complex data.