Heatmap layers describe the intensity of data at geographical points through a colored overlap. The intensity can be weighted by a numerical field.
The following sections detail every setting for the Heatmap Layer.
Core settings for the Heatmap Layer.
|Layer Type||Must be Heatmap to display the Heatmap Layer.|
|Dataset||The dataset to use for the Heatmap Layer.|
|Columns||Select a latitude and longitude.|
Color settings for the heatmap.
|Color Palette||The color palette of the layer.|
|Opacity||The opacity of the heatmap layer.|
The radius/coverage of the heatmap layer.
|Radius||The radius of the heatmap.|
Weight settings for the heatmap. Weighing by a column increases the intensity of the map for points with the specified attribute.
|Weight Based On||A column to base the weight on.|
General heatmap settings.
|Intensity||Value that multiplied with the total weight at a pixel t obtain the final weight. A value larger than 1 biases the output color toward the higher end of the spectrum, while a value less than 1 biases the output toward the lower end of te spectrum.|
|Threshold||A larger threshold smoothens the boundaries of color blobs while making pixels with low weight harder to spot.|
For details on how to programmatically specify layer properties, refer to the Studio Layer Configuration specification.
Updated 8 months ago