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You could use MySQL's spatial extensions with GIS. In a code example from Google displaying points on a map, they state: When you create the MySQL table, you want to pay particular attention to the lat and lng attributes. With the current zoom capabilities of Google Maps, you should only need 6 digits of precision after the decimal. To keep ...


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This is not a full answer as I haven't ever used SRSS for mapping, however reading the comments on Peter's answer it would appear that you need to create some spatial data to work with. Here's a simple example of how you could put build spatial data for a seating plan without having to use GIS software. Once that is done it should just be a matter of ...


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Short version is yes its possible to do what you are describing. Your report will have a spatial query to display the shapes you want. Whether that's a map or a floor plan. You can then add analytical data in a second query to colour the map. The two queries needs to be joined by a key. Im not familiar with qgis but ideally you'd want both the spatial ...



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