Use a map card to display geographical data from multiple source modules. Each module can be a different data layer to apply to your map. Map cards can display differences between markets, and highlight key values to help with decisions and insights. You form a map with either a Marker or Territory layer.
The data for a map card must include coordinates for latitude and longitude or have dimensions from a list of specific regions and codes that match Anaplan’s map definitions.
User Experience: See Geo-map downloads for the Map Box files. The file contains the standard subdivisions and their respective regional codes. You can also download country-specific postal or zip code files. Contact your Anaplan representative for file access.
Classic: We recommend you use Map Box, but if you still prefer Classic, Download map chart regions and codes for use with map charts.
- Once you've downloaded the map regions and codes, create appropriate lists, and import the relevant file with the region codes.
- Create a module using your regions list.
- Pivot the grid to place regions on rows and line items on columns.
Also see the Anaplan Geo-map training for specifics on lists, module, and line item setups.
You must open your page in designer mode. Select Edit this page .
You can save your work at any time. Select Save to save as a draft. When you're ready to publish, select Publish.
Select Configure map on a new card, or hover over your card, and select Edit .
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