Select your fill color and click on the map to start coloring.
Default color of map.
Background color of map.
Color of border that divides map into regions.
* If you have a data file you can click HERE to use it.
Upload Your Data File
Upload CSV File
* Upload your CSV data file (only CSV format is supported currently)
Download Sample CSV File
* If you don't have a data file you can download the sample CSV file and edit with your data and upload it.
1Color Your Map
Number Of Colors
* Number of colors to be depicted in the map.
Nature of Data
* Choose nature of data. Click on info to see more details on nature of data.
* Choose the color group that you want to color your map with.
Adjust Color Ranges
* You can adjust the color ranges by editing values below.
Choose Default Color
* Choose the default color for regions that do not match with your data.
Choose Background Color
* Choose the background color for your map.
Choose Border Color
* Choose the color of borders that seperate administrative divisions in your map.
Add Title & Legend
You can add reference (can be a direct link or plain text) for your data source.
You can add a note to your map.
Add Legend To Map
You can add legend to your map to show people what colors are representing.
Your Map Is Ready!
1. Sequential schemes are suited to ordered data that progress from low to high. Lightness steps dominate the look of these schemes, with light colors for low data values to dark colors for high data values.
2. Diverging schemes put equal emphasis on mid-range critical values and extremes at both ends of the data range. The critical class or break in the middle of the legend is emphasized with light colors and low and high extremes are emphasized with dark colors that have contrasting hues.
3. Qualitative schemes do not imply magnitude differences between legend classes, and hues are used to create the primary visual differences between classes. Qualitative schemes are best suited to representing nominal or categorical data.