Presentation on theme: "introducing MAPCITE Excel®™ AddIn"— Presentation transcript:
1introducing MAPCITE Excel®™ AddIn a tour of featuresintroducing MAPCITE Excel®™ AddInThis presentation demonstrates the new capabilities of PowerPoint and it is best viewed in Slide Show. These slides are designed to give you great ideas for the presentations you’ll create in PowerPoint 2010!For more sample templates, click the File tab, and then on the New tab, click Sample Templates.
2Setting Password, Trial Version Getting Started:Enter password after downloading applicationSetting Password, Trial Version1. Open MapCite Settings .2. Activate by entering Password
3Open the spreadsheet to be mapped, highlight the area to be geocoded Open the spreadsheet to be mapped, highlight the area to be geocoded. Follow the steps 1, 2 and 3 (below)GeoCoding Ecel DataClick Geocode Data ButtonFill in Address ColumnsClick Geocode1 Button
4Understanding GeoCoded Data Geocoding adds a Longitude and Latitude to your dataset, it is derived from the address co-ordinatesUnderstanding GeoCoded DataAddress DetailsLatitudeLongitudeMethod used to derive Lat/LoConfidence level
5What Next? Add Map Viewer Map Viewing Pane is added to the spreadsheet enabling the data in Excel to be visualized.What Next? Add Map ViewerClick Show /Hide Map Pane2. Map Pane Occupies Position to the Right of Spreadsheet.3. The Map Pane can be Relocated by Dragging the Top Grey Map Border
6Adding Your Data to the Map Highlight the spreadsheet data to be added to the map, remember to add Longitude & Latitude.Adding Your Data to the MapClick Add Data TabHighlighted Data Including Lats & LongsMap Title2. Latitude and Longitude.3. Select Pin Type to be used on Map. Finish Button.
7Refresh and Populate Map Refresh map, data silo’s present map pins reducing overcrowding of mapRefresh and Populate Map1. Click Refresh Map Tab2. Map is Presented with Map Pins within Silos.3. Click Pin Clustering Tab to Turn Clustering Silo’s off to Reveal Pins (next slide)
8After clicking pin clustering off (previous slide) the selected dataset pins will be visible Viewing Pin SetsPin Clustering OffPin Icons
9Heat mapping your dataset is as simple as clicking a button Heat Mapping Data SetClick Heat Map TabIntensity and Size of Heat Map can be Varied by Clicking Here
10Multiple datasets can be added in the same way as a single dataset Adding a New Data SetOriginal Data SetNew Data Set cab be Excel, XML or GPX in this Instance Wayfarer GPX
11If multiple datasets are being used they can be managed on and off. Managing Data SetsClick Manage DataSelect on/offChange Icon Types and Colours