We use the term "map features" to describe the elements that appear on your map. Any line, point, or area from your data that is visible on the map is considered a map feature.
Map features are visually represented using points, lines, or areas. You can also think of features as bubbles or visualize them as density heatmaps.
You have the ability to select features simply by clicking on them. When a feature is selected, a feature popup will appear alongside the map.
This feature popup contains all the attribute data associated with that particular feature. You can personalize the popup to show specific information, style its appearance, and use equations to present attribute data in various formats.