Introduction Series Week 8

Nov 16, 2016

mdoyle

Introduction

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Constituent density is easy to view with our Choropleth Map.

Last week we talked about our Aggregate Map Markers and how to use them. If you missed it, you can read about it on last week’s Education Series.
Finding a mapping product that displays constituent density is hard to find! Here, at Donor Dossier, we offer a choropleth (or heat map) for free with any of our subscriptions.

Along with our standard map, the choropleth map allows users to see where the highest concentration of constituents are located. Our heat map has state, county, city, and zip code levels; meaning that you can see concentrations at all four levels. Check out this feature today!

Choropleth Map

Post by Mary Doyle

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