- Possible to use my own SVG / PNG. I have a floor plan of a shopping mall either in PNG or SVG I would like to use.
Firstly, convert the PNG image you have into a SVG which can be done using Inkscape. Make use of this generated SVG path and build a visualisation using D3.(This will solve the first two question you have)
Now coming to the third question:
- It should be a separate layer on top of the SVG/PNG, which is not filling predefined SVG / KML areas.
So the result should look something like this:
Create an other layer of SVG over the underlying sketch and use fill property to colour this layer , based on your measure or any specific condition.
Thanks for your reply. I already used Inkscape to build a SVG, this works. I also used the SVG Reader (Qlik Sense SVG Reader) to fill the polygons with a colour. But now I want to take it a step further so that I can get gradients of colours like I showed in the picture. You may be right that I need to develop my own D3 extension to do this.