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gisChart is the right software for visualizing your data on maps. With gisChart, georeferenced data tables can be visualized in interactive gisCharts as a heat map, bar graph, text, or pie chart.......

gisChart is the right software for visualizing your data on maps. With gisChart, georeferenced data tables can be visualized in interactive gisCharts as a heat map, bar graph, text, or pie chart. These gisCharts are fully customizable by you and if needed, can be adapted to your company’s design.

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  • 1. "Anyone who has ever presented top management with a map that is colored according to a statistic ("Heat map"), knows how effective such a presentation can be. Moreover, it lets you immediately identify things that stand out, unlike a table full of numbers""
  • 2. Table of Contents  What is gisChart Slide 3  Why you should use gisChart Slide 4  gisChart examples Slide 5  gisChart in 4 Steps Slide 6 – 9  System Requirements Slide 10 gisChart GmbH - Aargauerstrasse 1 – 8005 Zürich | www.gischart.com | christian.hyka@gischart.com
  • 3. What is gisChart • gisChart is software for visualizing data on maps. • gisChart offers more than 50000 maps for data visualization. • Moreover, maps can be developed according to custom needs. • gisChart is available as SaaS software at www.gischart.com. • gisChart is developed by an international team that specializes in GIS* technology. *GIS = Geographic Information Systems gisChart GmbH - Aargauerstrasse 1 – 8005 Zürich | www.gischart.com | christian.hyka@gischart.com
  • 4. Why you should use gisChart • Portraying data on maps fosters a better understanding of regional influence on data and thus, conveys new knowledge. • gisCharts exhibit a large amount of information. Tables with more than 1000 values can be displayed in a manner digestible for the human eye. • gisChart can be used for: • • • • • Portraying customer satisfaction based on sales territory or target territory. Portraying the rate of return or potential per region Creating customer catchment areas Location planning Visualizing survey data with location references (IP addresses, postal code, country, etc.) gisChart GmbH - Aargauerstrasse 1 – 8005 Zürich | www.gischart.com | christian.hyka@gischart.com
  • 5. gisChart Examples Web Link: http://goo.gl/lmcDBM Web Link: http://goo.gl/ZlrytS Web Link: http://goo.gl/1E8CGr gisChart GmbH - Aargauerstrasse 1 – 8005 Zürich | www.gischart.com | christian.hyka@gischart.com
  • 6. gisChart in 4 steps 1. Choose a map • For the first step, look for the appropriate map in the map database. • There are over 50,000 maps available worldwide for visualization. • You can create new, tailormade maps with the Region Builder. This allows you to, for example, create sales territories, which can be visualized with data. gisChart GmbH - Aargauerstrasse 1 – 8005 Zürich | www.gischart.com | christian.hyka@gischart.com
  • 7. gisChart in 4 steps 2. Add Data • In step 2, you can add one or multiple rows of data to the chosen map. • Data can be imported from an Excel or text file. • Data can be directly entered into the user interface for smaller maps. gisChart GmbH - Aargauerstrasse 1 – 8005 Zürich | www.gischart.com | christian.hyka@gischart.com
  • 8. gisChart in 4 steps 3. Edit your gisChart • In step 3, you can set various map and data visualization configurations. • Multiple rows of data can be combined with one another • The following visualization types are available: Heat map, bar graph, pie chart, bubble chart, and text diagram. gisChart GmbH - Aargauerstrasse 1 – 8005 Zürich | www.gischart.com | christian.hyka@gischart.com
  • 9. gisChart in 4 steps 4. Publish your gisChart • In step 4, you can download the gisChart as an image file for a PowerPoint presentation. • The PDF export feature creates a vector file that is suitable for printing. The gisChart can be further edited with graphics software. • gisCharts can be published on websites, blogs, or via social media channels. gisChart GmbH - Aargauerstrasse 1 – 8005 Zürich | www.gischart.com | christian.hyka@gischart.com
  • 10. System Requirements • gisChart is based on the modern HTML5 standard and is compatible with smartphones and tablets. • The only system requirement is a modern web browser (Internet Explorer 10, Firefox, Safari, Chrome, among others). Older versions of Internet Explorer will not supported. gisChart GmbH - Aargauerstrasse 1 – 8005 Zürich | www.gischart.com | christian.hyka@gischart.com
  • 11. The Next Step Visit our website www.gischart.com or Contact me: Christian.hyka@gischart.com +41 76 316 2277 gisChart GmbH - Aargauerstrasse 1 – 8005 Zürich | www.gischart.com | christian.hyka@gischart.com