We want to share a new extension, Idevio Maps for QlikView. Here's a screenshot:
In short, the pros:
We, Idevio, specialize in hi-performance map engines for defense and industry, and we're happy to find a great match for our engine in QlikView! We are based in Göteborg, Sweden, and since 2002 we supply map engines for web, mobile and embedded devices to esteemed clients such as Ericsson, Logica, Saab, Schenker, Thales and G4S.
Contact me if you want to try the extension. We can also with other map services: address matching, routing, geofencing, map matching, map data sourcing and distribution. There's a web-based demo of the extension at www.idevio.com/demo, log on with username: demo, password: demo. Would be great to hear your feedback!
Patric Nordström, Idevio
+46 31 779 09 60
In order to display interactive maps into a QlikView document, you could also try GeoQlik. Thanks to it, you can include maps based on GIS data into your QlikView documents. GeoQlik is published by Business Geografic, we are QlikTech technology partner.
If you want to know more about GeoQlik v.10 you can register to webinars following this link :
Select with map is a two step process. First, zoom and pan so that the map contains the the points of interest. Then, press "select" in the toolbar.
Other types of select interaction can easily be implemented, ex, select on zoom, polygon select, click to select etc.
Do you have any basic steps description on how to proceed to build up a map chart with Idevio??
Like what is intended to be done under "pointvalue1/size" , "pointvalue2/colour" , "point label", "point region ID" , "point region colour" , "line ID" , ...
All the proprieties of the map chart basicly...
Click on "?" button in the toolbar, that will bring up the users manual. Section 2.3 contains a quick start guide and section 3 describes in detail how to visualize data with points, lines and regions.
Or if you prefer, start with any of 11 examples provided in the eval kit and modify to fit your data.
To get going with rendering points on the map, just set:
Then you can write expressions for Point value1/size and Point value2/color to control the size and color of the symbols.