You can either upload a CSV text file of postcodes, or copy and paste them directly into the box on the website. At this point you can then either decide to view the map as a "Dot Map" like the one below :
(Click on this sample map to see a larger version or click here to see the PDF version.)
or choose to make a "Shaded Map" :
(Click on this sample map to see a larger version or click here for PDF version)
Dot Maps are good at showing precise locations and clusters of your postcodes whereas Shaded Maps are preferable for showing broad trends and deriving counts of postcodes by either Postal Area, District, Sector or Health Area.
You can control several aspects of the map's appearance including :
You can adjust your preview until you're happy with the map and then press "Buy my map" to pay for your map with a credit card or via PayPal and then simply download it onto your computer.
Watch our introductory video on YouTube that covers the basics of postcode mapping :
With prices starting from just £40, along with free previews to help you work out exactly what you need, why not take a look now? You'll be glad you did!