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Clustering map markers in Prezi Design

If you're using an icon map to visualize your data and there's a lot of data points on the map, the markers may become too bunched up. To avoid confusion among your viewers, you can form clusters of the nearest data points and have a cleaner look for your map.

Once you populate your icon map with data, it will automatically cluster the nearest icons on the map, depending on your map's size. Your viewers can click on the clusters to zoom in on the specific areas of your map.

Accessing the cluster settings

  1. To access the cluster settings, select the map by clicking on it and expand the Map properties tab in the right-side settings panel.
  2. Use the slider under Marker cluster size (px) to change the size of the icon clusters. The larger the number of pixels you select, the larger the clusters will be.

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Learn more about the available maps in the article on switching between map types and styles in Prezi Design, and check out the Data visualization section of our knowledge base to get more information on how you can visualize your indicators with Prezi Design.

 

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