Use Custom Polygons in Choropleth Maps

In late September, 4,000 attendees gathered in Las Vegas for .conf, our annual user conference. Among a host of other features, we introduced Choropleth Maps, a new visualization type in Splunk 6.3. We’re very excited to see the various use cases where Choropleth maps will come in handy. If you already have ideas how to make use of the maps in your dashboards but don’t know how to get started, this article is for you. Also don’t forget to check out the Choropleth Maps documentation to get an idea about the different configuration options.

Under the covers the Choropleth maps make use of Geospatial Lookups, another new feature in Splunk 6.3. Geospatial lookups are what really power using Choropleth Maps on …

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