1. Install Galigeo For Microsoft Power BI

Open your Power BI Desktop, or connect to Power BI Online.

Open an existing report or create a new one (switch to Edit mode if needed).

Open the Visualization panel on the right, click on the “…” icon and select Get more visuals to open Microsoft AppSource.

In the AppSource window, type in “galigeo” in search-bar on the top-right.

The Galigeo for Power BI visual will show up in the result, click on it.

Click on the “Add” button to install Galigeo. A success message will confirm when the installation is complete (should take a few seconds).

now appears in the list of available visualizations, and is ready to be used.

2. Insert a Galigeo Map in a Report

Click on the “Galigeo” icon from the Visulization list, a new visualization will be placed on your report.

By default, the Galigeo Visual is blank, you need to add data to it in order to start configuring it.

Select the Galigeo Visual on the report, and assign the data you want to it, using the standard Power BI way of assigning data.

Note that at this point you can already freely resize the Galigeo Visual, like any other visual.

On the Visualization tab, click on the “Format your visual” icon, and open the Galigeo Config menu.

Here, you will have to fill in three inputs, as follow:

  • Galigeo URL: the URL pointing to your Galigeo environment (the URL is provided to you in the mail following your trial request)
  • API Key: the Galigeo API Key in order to activate your license (the API Key is provided to you in the mail following your trial request)
  • Map ID: a unique ID for this map

When this is done, the Galigeo Visual will start loading.

If you see a basemap appearing, you are good to go!

3. Going Further

For more informations about Custom Visuals in Microsoft Power BI, you can check the official Microsoft Documentation.

Start your free trial of Galigeo for Microsoft Power BI right now.