ArcGIS for Power BI

ArcGIS for Power BI

Map and analyse data in Power BI

Add a new layer of depth to data analysis within Power BI. ArcGIS for Power BI is a tool that enables you to map and visualise your data. The built-in spatial analysis tools and Esri's rich collection of global data can help you uncover patterns and trends that are difficult to see in charts, tables, or spreadsheets.


ArcGIS for Power BI offers benefits for those who create reports in Power BI as well as report viewers.

Visualise data on maps for unique insights

Convert any location—an address, city, state, ZIP code, place-name, boundary, or latitude-longitude—into points on a map. The built-in smart mapping capability helps you choose the right style and display for your data. Design maps using a variety of basemaps, themes, and colour settings.

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Spatially analyse your data in Power BI

Detect patterns and trends in your data. Create heat maps, aggregate data into clusters, determine drive time, or find the nearest location—all with one click. Enrich your data with global demographics and geographic content curated by Esri and its partners. Choose from hundreds of datasets on income, population, weather, and more for counties, cities, states, and countries.

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Bring your ArcGIS data to Power BI

Bring geographic data created in your organisation into Power BI and integrate it with tabular or any other business data. For example, bring your sales and distribution territories that are stored as layers within the ArcGIS environment into Power BI to add additional insights to your existing Power BI dashboards.

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Share Power BI reports with maps

Enable your organisation to make informed decisions by using accurate maps and location data alongside other crucial business information. Share your Power BI reports—with Esri maps—within your organisation by using the Embedded or Publish to web features. Multiple formatting tools enable viewers to customise maps, helping them grasp findings quickly and providing you with more time for analysis.

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Data accuracy and security

When you work with an ArcGIS for Power BI visual, specific information from your dataset is sent to Esri servers to find locations and render them on the map. Your data is not saved or stored on Esri servers because any interaction with Esri servers is transient.

How it works

Open Power BI and look for the ArcGIS icon

Click the ArcGIS icon and log in. If you have an ArcGIS user type license, log in with your ArcGIS credentials. If not, access it as a standard user.

Map your data

Move your location data into the latitude and longitude tabs in the Power BI console by performing a drag-and-drop operation. Choose your settings.

Share a Power BI report with maps

Send your Power BI report with Esri maps to others in your organisation using Power BI Embedded or to a larger audience using Power BI Publish to web.

Case Study

Medical technology company strengthens sales

Stryker strengthens its sales force with maps and visual data.

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The world's leading mapping and analysis software

ArcGIS is a comprehensive and scalable digital mapping and location analytics software solution. Deploy it on your local machines, remote or on-premises servers, or as a software as a service (SaaS) hosted by Esri.

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Specialised apps for unique challenges

Add multiple layers of data on maps, geocode thousands of points, create custom territories and 3D maps, customise maps, and use other advanced mapping and analysis techniques.

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Global data curated by Esri

Choose demographic, psychographic, and socioeconomic data with over 15,000 data variables from more than 130 countries. Esri demographics datasets are updated regularly and offer a strong lineage, accuracy, and completeness.

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Mapping and spatial analysis

Access the most advanced mapping and spatial analysis tools to read, transform, clean, enrich, and analyse your data. More than 350,000 organizations, 50 percent of Fortune 500 companies, most national governments, 20,000 cities, 50 US states, and over 7,000 universities use ArcGIS.

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