Administrative divisions

The Administrative divisions visualization allows to create administrative, thematic or choropleth maps.
Administrative divisions is used to project statistical data on a set of territories. It is possible to navigate between the levels of territories using the zoom. To access the data, click on a territory.
An example of this visualization on the 2019 European election results map.

Administrative divisions allows to create maps at the levels of IRIS, EPCI, municipalities, departments and / or regions.


To configure a Administrative divisions visualization, your active account contains a dataset with any of the concepts IRIS code, EPCI code, Municipality code, Department code and / or Region code.

Create an Administrative Divisions visualization

Click on Visualizations then on Configure a visualization.

  1. Choose the application Administrative divisions
  2. Enter the title of the visualization

You are redirected to the configuration page of your application with its different sections:

  1. Information
  2. Action buttons (full screen, integration on a site, capture, ...)
  3. Configuration menu
  4. Preview

Page de configuration

The title of the visualization can be changed anytime.
The Informations section shows a summary of the characteristics of your application.

Configuration menu

The configuration menu contains four sub-menus: Data, Metric, Render and Navigation.


In the Data menu, you can choose the dataset you want to use.
Once you chose a dataset compatible with the application Administrative divisions, a map preview is displayed.


In the Metric menu, the Numerator section allows to define the value of your dataset that you want to display on your map. It is possible to count, sum or average the values ​​of this field.

The Denominator section allows you to perform a ratio. For example, if you have the populations of the territories in a column of your dataset, you can enter a value in the Numerator divided by the population to have the ratio per capita.


The Render menu allows to customize your visualization.
The Colors section allows to choose a set of colors that will be associated with the values ​​of your data. You can invert the colors in the palette and set a default color for your values.
The Calculation of intervals allows to define the type of intervals you want to display. It is possible to have intervals of the same size, from quantiles or to define them yourself.


The Navigation menu is used to define the initial position of the map.

When you are satisfied with the preview click on Save to finalize your configuration.
You can add a description at the bottom of the page and make your application public.
You can consult it using the consult or full screen buttons.