The Cluster Layer visualizes aggregated data based on a geospatial radius. This layer is particularly useful for gathering insight from an area, grouping nearby points into a single entity.
The following sections detail every setting available for the Cluster Layer.
Core settings for the Cluster layer.
|Layer Type||Must be Cluster to display the Cluster Layer.|
|Dataset||The dataset to use for the Cluster Layer.|
|Columns||Specify a latitude and longitude column.|
Color settings for the clusters.
|Color Scale||The color scale and palette for the cluster color.|
|Color Based On||The field to base the cluster on.|
|Aggregate Magnitude By||How to determine the magnitude of the aggregated points. Choose from standard aggregation options such as count, max, sum, and more.|
|Opacity||The opacity of the clusters. 100 = fully opaque, 0 = fully transparent.|
Radius settings for the clusters.
|Cluster Radius in Pixels||The radius in pixels to cluster points. Increase to create less clusters, decrease to create more clusters.|
|Radius Range in Pixels||The range of radius sizes.|
For details on how to programmatically specify layer properties, refer to the Layer Configuration specification
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