Japan Geographic Heat Map Generator
Excel Template for visual representation of information on the map of Japan Cities. Just put your data and Japan Heat Map will be generated.
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A geographic heat map is an efficient data visualisation tool to display levels of data occurrence per geographic region by using colours or shades. Many professions like meteorology, sociology, politics, economics and so on, frequently use geographic heat maps in order to express their data sets graphically. If you’ve ever seen regional population densities expressed on a map via colours, it’s likely you were looking at a heat map. For instance, a Japan Heat Map of cities by population will look like this:
On the other hand, making a geographic heat map from scratch is difficult. To use a pre-made template instead, might be useful for you. Someka offers pre-made geo heat map templates, including one for Japan cities. It will be very simple to turn your spreadsheet in to a heat map, in 3 steps:
1. Step: Paste/Type your data set in “Your Info” section
2. Step: Choose your data ranges
3. Step: Choose your color set
Your heat map gets ready automatically within a few minutes!
CREATE A JAPAN GEO HEAT MAP IN MINUTES!
Japan Heat Map Generator Features:
- Fully editable Japan map with 47 cities
- Easy to use and nice design
- 5 Premade color sets to choose from (you can even modify as you wish)
- Export to PDF feature
- Clear on sheet instructions (with turn on/off function)
- Print Ready
- Includes VBA code and macros
- Compatible with Excel 2007 and later
It’s quite easy to paste your data inside the template and get your heat map ready within minutes. You will be using the template easily by the help of clear on sheet instructions:
Since it’s print-ready, you can easily print it. Or you can easily export to PDF if you like.
You will be able to choose 1 of 5 color sets. On the other hand, you can modify colour sets as you like.
Finally, we would like to remind you other continent and country heat map generators which are available at:
Someka Heat Maps Collection