Microsoft Power Map For Excel Mac


There are many benefits when you use Maptitude mapping software to turn your Excel data into maps:

In order to add the Power Map group, on the Customize Ribbon menu, select All Tabs and expand the Insert Tree Item. You'll see the Power Map group, you can select the group and click Add. Power Map will now be under the Insert group of the ribbon.

  • Locate, aggregate, and analyze data geographically and find spatialpatterns and relationships in your data
  • Quickly see the information and trends hidden in yourgeographic data
  • Create 3-D maps, heat maps, territories, drive-time rings,hot-spots, charts, and reports
  • Import, analyze, segment, and report on data in almost anyformat
  • Map your data for any country in the world: where availableuse demographic, address, zip code, post code or county boundarydata
  • Use location intelligence to filter and categorize data
  • Print, export, manage, share, and use located-based results
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  • Use Maptitude mapping software with your Exceldata and start seeingbetter maps and better results – Now!

Maptitude is competitively priced and enables organizations andbusinesses to use their location-based data to improve decision making.Why spend more for less?

The best mapping software! Here's why:

√ Maptitude is the easiest-to-use full featured mapping software, andincludes powerful tools such as multi-ring drive-time zones

Microsoft Power Map For Excel Macros

√ Maptitude hasno subscription fees, and supports secure off-line data storage

√ Maptitudeprovides fully customizable maps with unlimited point icons

√ Maptitude hasunlimited pin-mapping/geocoding

√ Maptitude includes free mapping data anddemographics covering everything from population statistics to businesslocations, postal/ZIP Codes, and more!

Using Maptitude with Excel Tutorial:


Maptitude Demo:

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More Information:

“Maptitude is excellent for doing geographic analysis projects lookingat: where existing customers are and new ones might be (including using thebuilt-in demographic data); identifying hot-spots, patterns and trends thatcan't be seen in Excel. It is really helpful with network design tasks - whichsites are best: centres of gravity; visualising size of flows betweendistribution centres; allocating volume to different depots.”

Kirsten Tisdale, Director / Logistics Consultant

Maptitude supports all of MapPoint and Powermap’s data plottingoptions out-of-the-box. It can plot Column Maps (Prism Maps), Bubble Maps(pie charts), Heatmaps, and Regions (area layers); and does not require asubscription or an Internet connection.

Richard Marsden, Geospatial Software Engineer
Wichita Falls,Texas

Update: Learn more about Power Map

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Today, with Office Service Pack 1, we’re announcing that moving forward Power Map will now be native to Excel. No longer a preview add-in, Power Map can now be found on the “Insert” tab in Excel for Office 365 ProPlus customers. Subscription customers will have access to all the new and upcoming features of Power Map, from new types of data visualizations on the Bing map, to new 3-D analysis features, to new ways of storytelling with your “tours”. Power Map allows you to quickly visualize geospatial data that you have already brought into Excel with Power Query and mashed-up with Power Pivot. Power Map also provides an immersive 3-D data exploration experience, supplementing the self-service visualization capabilities of Power View dashboards sharable through Power BI for Office 365.

Since its research prototype beginnings with WorldWide Telescope, to its public preview in April as the project codename “GeoFlow”, Power Map has continued to introduce the business intelligence community to new ways of interactively exploring their data geospatially in 3-D. For some, it is the initial delight that gets customer’s attention and allows engagement in broader discussions around BI. For others, it is core to what a customer will develop and deliver in a boardroom setting to their management, who might then become extremely engaged in the visualizations – standing up, walking and pointing out key data points in the visual – during the demonstration. What all these Power Map customers have in common is their desire to see their geospatial and temporal data, currently locked in rows and columns, “come to life” in the familiar environment of Excel and then share their insights and stories with others. We will continue to deliver on our mission: To transform data into fluid 3-D stories, unlocking new insights for everyone.

The general availability of Power Map is world-wide, with support for all 40 languages that Office supports, and fixes for many numerous usability-hindering bugs we have heard about since the Public Preview rename in September, such as improved abilities to map data across the globe. You can learn more about using Power Map and it’s availability on

Microsoft Power Map For Excel Machine

Let us know in the comments what types of data you are visualizing with Power Map and if there are any features we can add over the next few months that will make your tours come to life the map! Map on!