Google heatmap widget
What is a google heatmap widget?
The google heatmap widget represents data in a Google map, where each value is displayed as a colored circle indicating its proportion.
The following table lists the configuration options of this widget:
|Widget title||Enter a title for the widget|
|Widget description||Enter a description of the widget|
|Widget size||Choose the size of the widget window|
|Time Range||The period of data you want to analyze. Time range goes from 1 hour to 1 year|
|Actions||Add the values of the grouping to the widget|
|Field to show||Select one of the available aggregated values|
|Google style||Choose ON to show the results over a Google map|
|Radius||Choose ON to show the results over a Google map|
|Style||Choose a color theme for the circles|
|Data Operation||Select between None, Log (logarithmic) or Arc (arctangent)|
|Zoom in/out||On the map, click + or – to select the default zoom|
|Map/Satellite||Select the default map visualization option between Map and Satellite|
The widget below is a sample of the web access count by geolocation for the last day with the following configuration:
- Time Range - 1 day
- Field to show - count
- Actions - All
- Select Map or Satellite to change the map visualization.
- Click + or – to zoom in/out and check detailed local info.