Pew Pew map
Colloquially known as Pew Pew map, this chart track live attacks going from one location to another over a world map, depicted as arrows whose colors and widths are defined by the values in the specified fields.
Creating a Pew Pew map
Go to Data Search and open the required table.
Perform the required operations to get the data you want to use in the chart.
To generate a Pew Pew map, your table must contain fields representing two pairs of latitude and longitude values in integer or float format. You can use the operations in the Geolocation group to create latitude and longitude fields based on existing data in your table.
For example, you can add to your table the latitude and longitude values corresponding to a set of IP addresses using the Geolocated Latitude (mmlatitude) and Geolocated Longitude (mmlongitude) operations.
- Select Additional tools → Charts → Maps → Pew Pew map from the toolbar.
Click and drag the column headers to the corresponding fields. This chart requires you to select five fields:
Required field Description Data type From (Lat) Latitude values of the source locations of the attacks. float, integer From (Lon) Longitude values of the source locations of the attacks. float, integer To (Lat) Latitude values of the destination locations of the attacks. float, integer To (Lon) Longitude values of the destination locations of the attacks. float, integer Value The values in this field are used to determine the width of each arrow. float, integer Color (optional) Set the color of each of the resulting arrows on the map. The string field may contain the color name itself ("red", "blue"...) or its corresponding code (hexadecimal, RGB, HSL, HSV, HWB or CMYK). string
- The Pew Pew map is displayed.