top of page

GIS Web Map Configuration

GIS web map configuration refers to the process of creating and customizing a web map using GIS software or a web mapping platform.

A web map is a digital map that is designed to be displayed on a web page and can be interacted with by users through a web browser. GIS web map configuration typically involves the following steps:

  1. Data Preparation: The first step in creating a web map is to prepare the data that will be used to create the map. This may involve acquiring data from external sources, such as government agencies or data providers, or using existing data within your organization. The data may include spatial data, such as points, lines, and polygons shapes, as well as tabular data, such as attributes and statistics.

  2. Map Creation: The next step is to create the map itself, using GIS software or a web mapping platform. This involves designing the map layout, selecting the data to be displayed, choosing appropriate colors, symbols, and styles, and configuring the map's interactivity and navigation.

  3. Data Styling: The data must be styled, which involves defining how the data will be displayed on the map. This includes choosing appropriate colors, symbols and labels to represent the features on the map.

  4. Data Visualization: The data must be visualized, which involves creating charts, graphs, and other types of visual representations of the data to support the analysis of the data.

  5. Data Publishing: The final step is to publish the web map, which can be done by hosting it on a web server or using a cloud-based web mapping platform. The map must be accessible to the intended audience and must be configured to allow users to interact with the data, such as by zooming, panning, and querying the data.

GIS web map configuration is an important step in the creation of a web map, as it determines how the data will be displayed and interacted with by users. The configuration must be designed to meet the needs of the intended audience and must be optimized for performance and accessibility. The end result of the configuration process is a web map that can be used to support decision-making, planning, and other types of spatial analysis.

Feel free to consult with a professional GIS analyst by contacting Mr. Map about how a web map can help your business grow online.
3 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All


bottom of page