A renderer based on a heat map. More...
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A renderer based on a heat map.
Heat maps represent the geographic density of features on a map. The relative density is displayed using a color scheme that smoothly varies a set of colors ranging from cool (low density of points) to hot (high density of points). Heat map symbology is a dynamic raster surface that changes as you zoom in and out. For example, if you map a city's crime hot spots, zooming out shows a bigger picture of criminal activity across the city, while zooming in shows more detailed density patterns in particular neighborhoods without having to change any symbology properties.