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    My friend and colleague ‌ bps(Patric Nordstron), Sr. Product Manage for Qlik GeoAnalytics, recently made me aware of some pretty cool tips and tricks he developed that allow you to customize your info bubbles when using Qlik GeoAnalytics map objects. It is written in a post here: Adding a Sense chart into a Qlik GeoAnalytics map info bubble‌. I though this was a really clever way of not only providing additional information on top of your Qlik GeoAnalytics maps, but also a great way to showcase the power of our Qlik Sense APIs. I decide to create a quick video on the topic as part of my series on making you more familiar with Qlik GeoAnalytics. Let us know what you think! Enjoy.


Qlik GeoAnalytics - Custom Info Bubble


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Part 1: Qlik Geocoding - Street Addresses and Qlik GeoAnalytics

Part 2: Get Familiar with Qlik GeoAnalytics - The "Closest" Operator

1 Comment

Hi Michael,

Thanks for sharing this tutorial and tips how to do it, I find your videos very informative and helpful. I managed to successfully implement charts within geoanalytics info bubble. However, I am curious how to do it in native Qlik Sense map. Can you use point layer and use point label to insert the same script? We would like to know if it is possible to do it without geoanalytics. I tried to paste the same script into point label field, but it seems that it does not parse it as html. Inspecting the page using Chromes developers tool I see that the difference between geoanalytics map and native qlik sense map is that the objects within class "idevio-map-canvas" are displayed differently - in geoanalytics you can see the objects below this class and in other case you can not. Is there any way to implement charts in native qlik sense map? Thanks