D / AI Locations
D / AI Locations

D / AI Locations

Discover the perfect location for your business or investment with location-based insights, consumer feedback, and market trends. Navigate location data and challenges with precision.

User guide

📌 Navigation

Left bar

Map view button


Tabular view button


Account info button


Map view

In the map, you can see where the POIs are. You can always use the search and filters in this view.


Tabular view

In the tabular view, you can see the POIs list. You can always use the search and filters in this view.



Clicking on the "Help Center" will redirect you to its pages. If you click on "Contact Support", you will be redirected to a form where you can submit your questions.


Account info

In the 'account info' section, you can see your information and choose the data pack to display on the dashboard.

You data pack


🗂  Filters
The set filters will remain active on all available views, such as the map and the table. Changing a filter affects both views simultaneously.
The map will update according to the filters set, displaying the map portion containing all the resulting POIs.
How to set a new filter
  • First level selection In the first level, the user can only choose one category. Each category shows the number of associated POIs, which changes based on the filters used before and after. The list shows the data pack columns that the customer has specified. The user can search for a specific category using the search function. A category with 0 POIs won't be displayed because it can't be chosen.


  • Second level selection In this list, you will find all the subcategories for each category. You can choose from 1 to all the listed subcategories in the second filter. Each subcategory shows the number of related POIs, which vary depending on the filters set before or after. You can also search for a specific subcategory using the first-level search function.

  • New filter
    1. After pressing 'Add filter', you will see the filter in the filter box, one after the other. For each filter, you will see the following:

    2. The title of the category
    3. The selected subcategories
    4. The number of points of interest for each subcategory, which can change if you add or remove other filters
    5. An 'Edit' button
    6. A 'Delete' button
    7. There is no limit to the number of filters you can add.


How to edit a filter

You can change every filter. To do this, click on the pencil icon. You will see the list of subcategories. You can change your selections as you prefer. When you are done, click on 'Add filter'. If you want to change the categories, delete the filter and create a new one.

How to delete a single filter

To delete a filter, click on the trash can icon of the individual filter.

How to delete all filters

To remove all filters, click on the Remove all filters button at the bottom of the filters box. Once you have confirmed that you want to remove the filters, you can no longer undo them and will have to reset them.


Show more/less selected subcategories.

If the user chooses more than three subcategories, these will be visible later. Click 'Show more' to see them, and the list with all the active choices will appear. By clicking on 'Show less', the list of subcategories will return to being compact.

Show/hide filters box.

By clicking on the indicated icon, it is possible to hide or show the box containing the filters

🔎 Search by POI name or address

Use the search bar to find points of interest by their name or address.

After entering the search criteria, press enter and wait for the results.

The map updates show the area with all the points of interest searched.

The number of POIs associated with the set filters will also update accordingly.


🗺 Map view

The map will show points of interest (POI) in the data pack according to these rules:

  • The area size of each single POI is based on an indicator chosen by the client; we usually use our POI popularity index.
  • The maximum number of POIs that can be seen at once is usually 10,000 (but this can change on request).
  • The POIs to be displayed are chosen based on an indicator the client selects. We usually use our POI popularity index.
Map Navigation
  • Zoom in/out You can navigate the map using the mouse to move in X and Y or to zoom in and out. You can also use the + or - commands to zoom in and out.
  • Light/Dark view By switching the LIGHT switch, the colour of the map changes.
Single POI tooltip

For each point of interest, you can see a suggestion with the following information:

  • Name of the point
  • Address of the point
  • Legend value
  • Up to 5 custom KPIs

Map Legend

During configuration, the user can choose which category to use for the legend and associate the preferred colour. The legend adapts based on what is seen on the map.

To see the legend, you have to click on the button.

In addition to the chosen categories, the legend also shows this information:

  • Maximum of POIs displayed
  • Classified by
  • Sized by

📚 Table view

In the table view, all Points of Interest (POIs) and their associated information are displayed. The table content varies based on applied filters and search terms.



Release Notes

What’s new

General FAQ

Can I change my password?

Yes, you can change your account password. To request a new password, write to customer support support@datappeal.io

How often are new reviews and online content collected?

Reviews and online content are collected daily.

How many sources do you collect online content from?

We are proud to collect online content and reviews from a diverse group of over 77 trusted sources.

Our constant search for new sources and continuous information updates allows us to offer more precise and relevant data. We are committed to ensuring the highest quality and reliability of the data we provide so that we can meet your needs.

How do you collect data?

The data comes from direct data collection from online public sources, commercial deals with other companies, and open-source data. The data collected online is recovered through a process known as ethical scraping, which is an automatic data collection practice from web pages conducted in compliance with the laws and contractual agreements. It obtains public information for legitimate purposes, such as academic research or market analysis. Data is extracted without causing harm or violating user privacy.

How are indexes created?

Thanks to the sophisticated data analysis algorithms that we have developed, we can create indices that represent the situation of your company or business.

These indices are based on data collected from various sources, such as user content and reviews, demographic data, information on available services and many other relevant factors.

Why the Sentiment Index has a scale from 0 to 100?

A scale from 0 to 100 has been chosen to assess your reputation management more understandably. This scale allows us to provide a clear and immediate picture of the situation so that users can easily interpret the results. A score of 0 indicates a very bad or unattractive situation for customers, while a score of 100 represents an outstanding performance.

Using a standardised scale also allows us to compare different businesses with each other objectively. Furthermore, this scale will enable us to monitor progress or decline over time, clearly indicating trends and changes.

Ultimately, the indices are created using our advanced data analysis algorithms, which evaluate a wide range of information. The scale from 0 to 100 has been adopted to allow users to obtain clear and meaningful information on the analysed business.

Do you need support on your platform?

Our Customer Care will be happy to help you. Don't hesitate to contact us!