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Before you can build a map chart, you must obtain a list of regions/sub-regions to which you'll map your data, providing the basis for generating map charts.
In Anaplan, you can Download Map Chart Regions and Codes for use with map charts, as *.CSV files. This downloads a *.ZIP file that contains multiple *.CSV files to your browser's Downloads location. The *.CSV contains the standard subdivisions and their respective codes for the region you require.
Once you've downloaded the map regions and codes, you need to create a list. This list corresponds to the regions that you want to base your map chart on. Then, import the *.CSV file that contains the relevant region codes.
- Once you've downloaded the map regions and codes, create appropriate lists and import the relevant *.CSV file.
- Create a module using your regions list.
- Pivot the grid to place regions on rows and line items on columns.
To configure your card:
- Select Configure map on a new card, or hover over your card and select Edit .
- On the Overview tab of the Card configuration panel, select a View to use as the data source, and select Update.
- You can enter a Title and Description for your card. You can also link the card's title to a page from the Link to a page dropdown.
- On the Map tab, configure your map settings:
- Choose the Region that corresponds to the area you'd like to visualize.
- You can toggle Show only matched items right to display only the regions and subdivisions that match your source data.
- Under Series, you can toggle Use conditional formatting from Region Name right to switch on any conditional formatting.
- Under Labels, you can toggle Show data labels or Show tooltips right to display country labels and tooltips with content from your souce data.
- On the Context tab, you can configure context selectors.