Background

Heat maps are a type of visualization to show data density on a map. They are particularly helpful when you have a lot of (e.g., tens of thousands of) data points on the map and are mainly interested in their overall distribution. Technically, in a heatmap, data points are aggregated locally and mapped to colors (either gradient or quantile), so that we can make better sense of the density of the data from the colors while still being able to see and use the map.

Where to Get It

Seems that the store version cannot be loaded correctly into PBI. This issue will be fixed shortly. Meantime, please use the latest version in the dist folder instead.

This visual can be downloaded from Office Store or the dist folder of this repo.

How to Use (For the latest version)

This visual requires WebGL, which however may not be supported by every device. In case of seeing the “not-supported error”, you may need to try a different machine. Sorry about the limitation.