The Map workspace depicts geospatial data (entities with latitude and longitude properties) and places them on a map. The map automatically zooms in and out, based on the locations of the selected entities, to display all of the selected entities at one time. Click any entity on the map to view its Current Item Details.

Before you can view your model's latitude and longitude data on the map, you must first configure entity types on the Metadata tab of the Metadata page and identify which properties contain latitude and longitude data. Otherwise an error message will appear telling you the model has not been configured for mapping.

You can view the map in several ways:

Depicts a customary roadmap showing selected entities.
Takes closely positioned pushpins and groups them into clusters to make it easier to navigate.
A graphical representation of data where the individual values contained in a matrix are represented as colors. In a geographic mapping context, heat maps can provide visualization of the relative density of point data.

You can also view your map from an aerial perspective and import real-time traffic data.