You can import your data into RegioGaph and DISTRICT using geographic coordinates or a matching spreadsheet column.
In order to choose the correct method, you need to establish what type of data you have and how you would like to display it on your map.
It's common to have data on individual locations, e.g. customer addresses. In this case, users often want to represent these locations with points or some other symbol. Sometimes users also wish to display information on each location in the form of diagrams.
A spreadsheet fitting this description might look something like this:
A basic goal with this type of data is to "geocode" the locations of the listed customers according to their corresponding postcodes. Each individual postcode area might contain one or more (or sometimes no) customers. When importing this type of data, a point layer will be created.
The result would look similar to this map:
In the case of region-specific statistical information - such as inhabitants per postcode area or customers per sales region, users often want to shade each region according to these values.
A spreadsheet with this type of information might look something like this:
For each area (Polish "Powiat"), there is exactly one data row in the spreadsheet. These data can be imported into an existing project layer table, such as the Polish postcode layer table.
Below is how the map looks after importing the data: