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    Hey guys - thanks for taking some time to learn more about Qlik GeoAnalytics. Continuing my series that will make you more familiar with Qlik GeoAnalytics, I'm excited to show you how to use the Spatial Index operation, available within the Qlik GeoAnalytics connector.

Spatial Index creates index tables that contain boundary data related to the visible selection area on a map objects. When used with the Auto Select Visible option of the Qlik GeoAnalytics Map Object, location points are automatically selected within the visible area of the map and change with panning and zooming. This option allows all of your analytics to relay related information to your selection based on the area of the map you are viewing. To learn more about this and to learn how to set it up watch this video!


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Previous Qlik GeoAnalytics blog posts and videos in this series.

Qlik Geocoding - Street Addresses and Qlik GeoAnalytics

Get Familiar with Qlik GeoAnalytics - Custom Info Bubble

Get Familiar with Qlik GeoAnalytics - The "Closest" Operator

Get Familiar with Qlik GeoAnalytics - The Binning Operation



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