Hi, you can use various of formats as input, please take a look here: GeoAnalytics Reference
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Thank you. But I want to show a image as a raster. I have done that but it's not very very simple...
I georeference a image with QGIS, next I export in tiff format then I import in MapBox and I display the result with a GeoData Layer.
PS: When we will can use the standard help website with Qlik GeoAnalytics ? the current GeoAnalytics Reference it's not very user friendly...
I can't speak for doing it in Qlik GeoAnalytics but I can say that it's rather easy in QlikMaps.
In this image I simply loaded a .png file in as the base map and used heat readings at various points around the board. I then scaled the points to match the image on the board and got the image you see below.
In ArticqueMap for Qlik* it's also simple (image in my first message), but not with GeoAnalytics.
I have found a "solution":
- Create a KML representing my Raspberry (for Rasp it easy but if I want a human body it's not the same thing...)
- Use it in area layer (no selectionable)
- Use empty raster for my map