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Overview

The State Sales Heat Map is one of the most simple, powerful and useful ways to visualize data. The intuitive geographical interface allows you to  quickly understand what’s going on without running several different reports first.


Anatomy of a State Sales Heat Map


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You can customize the title and sub-title of most Insight Panels by accessing special drop down menus in the Settings Gear.






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Learn About Popular Use Cases
  • Using the State Sales Heat Map interactively with other Insight Panels
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State Heat Map Basics - Video Tutorial

This video tutorial demonstrates how to use the major features of the State Sales Heat Map:


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Changing State Sales Heat Map Settings:

If you want to look at what all the parameters have been set to by default, this is very simple to do. Click the Settings Gear in the upper right hand side, and you can see all the parameters that were used to not only create the State Sales Heat Map, but which parameters would be included in the underlying report you are able to access (we'll get to that in just a minute). Changing the parameters is also simple - just select the parameters you want from the drop down menus provided in the settings. In this instance, we learn that the default settings for Sales Metric and Time Period were YOY retail sales growth and prior week, respectively. If we want to change the Sales Metric to show YOY unit growth for a different retailer instead, all you have to do is select your desired parameters from the Retailer and Sales Metric menus, click save and, in a few seconds, have a brand new map showing us unit growth.


Quick Tip: Did you know that you can change the parameters of any report you run by double-clicking on the parameter you want changed?




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