Create a Map from Excel Spreadsheet Data
There are many benefits when you use Maptitude mapping software to make a map from Excel spreadsheet data:
- Maptitude imports, exports, and directly links to Excel data from every version and type of Excel data including XLS, XLSX, XLSM, XLSB
- Quickly map data from excel into map views
- Locate, aggregate, and analyze data geographically and find spatial patterns and relationships in your data
- See the information and trends hidden in your geographic data
- Create 3-D maps, heat maps, interactive maps, territories, drive-time rings, hot-spots, charts, and reports
- Import, analyze, segment, and report on data in almost any format
- Map your data for any country in the world: where available use demographic, address, zip code, post code or county boundary data
- Use location intelligence to filter and categorize data
- Print, export, manage, share, and use located-based results
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- Use Maptitude mapping software with your Excel spreadsheet data and start seeing better maps and better results – Now!
How do I create a map from Excel data?
Create a Custom Map in 3 simple steps:
Choose File>New and follow the Maptitude Wizard prompts to choose your spreadsheet data table Excel file, or drag your Excel file into the workspace and choose Tools>Locate
Choose options (such as identifying column headers for address information)
Click Finish to make your map.
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