What is GIS Mapping?
GIS stands for geographic information system, Mapping is the process of making a map, The two terms, (GIS + Mapping), therefore defien the process of inputting data layers into GIS software to produce a map, a visual representation of quantifiable data, that is dynamic and interactive.
How does GIS mapping work?
Basically a GIS System or software ties a geospatial point containing latitude and longitude to a specific data element, then corresponding map is updated in real time to reflect said data.
This technology help us visualize various kinds of statistics, including client base distribution and demand for a product or service, demographic facts, and other data.
Interactive GIS Mapping
Interactive mapping involves using maps that allow zooming in and out, panning around, identifying specific features, querying underlying data such as by topic or a specific indicator (e.g., socioeconomic status), generating reports and other means of using or visualising select information in the map.
We provide you with the following Key features:
- drag the map to any location;
- zoom in down to a single house;
- zoom out to see the whole world at once;
- switch between layers (political, physical, street view);
- click on different objects to learn what they are (identify them).
GIS Mapping Service
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We give life to your geographical data by transforming them into digital maps that you can easily identify and relate with the patterns and trends.
Types of Mapping in GIS
Our GIS Mapping solutions present options, depending on what you need to visualize. This could be population of covid infections per region etc. We have; Heat maps for UX Designers, Heat Maps for Marketing professionals & Digital Anaylitics Heat Maps
Literally warmer and cooler heat highliting technic used to represent areas of highest density of the given quantiy. Heat maps incorporate color-coded systems to display numerical density in a given area. We provide options for Regional and Hot Spot Heatmaps. This is an efficient tool to tack trends.
Clustering groups together various features into one symbol that you can customize and label based on your specific requirements. It uses a combination of different colors, shapes and labels is used. Clustering the points at higher zoom levels makes the map more readable.
A GIS quantity map is color-coded, it diploys the use of same color but different shades to show quantities shown on the map. Useful for data spread over a large area.
Idealy Bubble Maps is the use of different shapes sizes to represent different quantities, it is the use os smaller or bigger bubbles litteraly. Useful for a quick general understanding between quantities and location.