Canada – Heat Map – Excel Template

$10

Description

Canada Heat Map Excel template is an Excel template using which you can create instant heat maps for Canada using province/territory level data.

  • Instant heat maps in Excel for 10 provinces and 3 territories of Canada.
  • Easy to print or save as PDF.
  • Copy the Heat map and paste it into other applications such as PowerPoint and Word.
  • Accepts province/territory full names as well as standard abbreviations.
  • Option of gradient scale heat map or custom data ranges.
  • Customize Title and Notes that appear on the map.
  • Province/Territory name and data values appear on the map.
  • Control the presence of data labels on the map.

Features

  • Instant heat maps in Excel for 10 provinces and 3 territories of Canada
  • Easy to print or save as PDF
  • Copy Heat map and paste it in other applications such as PowerPoint and Word
  • Accepts province/territory full names as well as standard abbreviations
  • Option of gradient scale heat map or custom data ranges
  • Customize Title and Notes that appear on map
  • Province/Territory name and data values appear on map
  • Control the presence of data labels on map

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How to use this template

 

Data Entry
Data Entry
  • Enter Title that you would like to appear on the map.
  • Enter the data
    1. Enter name of Province/territory in the PROVINCE/TERRITORY column. The following names are allowed: ONTARIO, QUEBEC, ALBERTA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, MANITOBA, SASKATCHEWAN, NOVA SCOTIA, NEW BRUNSWICK, NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR, PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND, NORTHWEST TERRITORIES, YUKON, NUNAVUT. You can also use the abbreviations instead of full name: ON, QC, BC, AB, MB, SK, NS, NB, NL, PE, NT , YT, NU.
    2. Enter data in the DATA column.
    3. Enter data label that you would like to appear on the map for each province/territory. DATA LABEL’ can be different from the ‘DATA’. This is helpful in cases where you would want to display some text/number that is different from the actual data. The data will be used for coloring while the data label will appear on the map.
    4. Enter NOTES that will appear at the bottom left of the map. You can use this to write commentary about the data used for the map.Canada_HeatMap_Excel_Template_Settings_2
  • If you would like to show data labels on the map, choose ‘Yes’.
  • The template by default provides gradient red (low) to green (high) color scale. You can change that and use a custom 6 color option. In order to do so, choose YES for USE DATA RANGES?
    1. New colors cannot be added, but you can choose one of the six colors for each range

      Choose Color
      Choose Color
  • Press F9 to refresh the map with changes.

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PRINTING

In Excel, when you try to print, the print area in the file is already pre-set to print only the map.


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SAVING AS PDF

You can save as PDF and then e-mail it. By default, only the map will be saved in the PDF.

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If you would like the entire sheet to be saved in PDF, choose Options and check the ‘Ignore Print Area’ option.

 

COPY/PASTE
You can also copy the image by right clicking on the map and choosing ‘Copy’. You can then paste in other applications such as PowerPoint and Word.

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CHANGING GRADIENT COLORS

If you would like to change the gradient colors used, please follow the steps outlined below.

1. Open the Conditional formatting menu in the Home ribbon and choose ‘Manage Rules’.

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2. Choose Sheet: MapBuild

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3. Click on the Graded Color Scale rule and then click ‘Edit Rule’.

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4. Change the colors (for minimum, midpoint and maximum) as needed. Then, Click OK.

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5. Click OK in the next dialog box to apply the changes.

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