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Country Map

Important: When referencing this page outside of Knowledge Base, use this link: http://knowledge.domo.com?cid=countrymap

Intro

In Domo, you can add maps representing data for states, provinces, or prefectures in individual countries. Country maps require only two data columns or rows from your DataSet. One column or row contains the name (or abbreviation, for certain countries) of the state, province, or prefecture, and the other contains the values for each such region. These values are represented in your map by varying shades of color, each of which corresponds to a specific range. Ranges are determined automatically based on the distribution of values in your DataSet and are represented by a legend, which is automatically included beside the map. For information about value, category, and series data, see Understanding Chart Data.

Note: When multiple instances of a single region occur in a DataSet, the values for that region are summed to show a single value for the region in the map. For example, if your DataSet contained three rows for "Georgia," the values for the rows would be summed, and the Georgia region in the map would show the total value. You cannot turn off this automatic aggregation in maps.

For information about world maps, see World Map. For information about continental or regional maps, see Continental/Regional Map. For information about latitude-longitude maps, see Latitude-Longitude Map.

For information about troubleshooting when an area in your map does not show data but there is data, see Troubleshooting.

Powering country maps

In the Analyzer, you choose the columns containing the data for your map. For more information about choosing data columns, see Applying DataSet Columns to Your Chart.

For more information about formatting charts in the Analyzer, see KPI Card Building Part 2: The Analyzer.

The following graphic shows you how data from a typical column-based spreadsheet is converted into a U.S. map:

 

Customizing country maps

You can customize the appearance of a country map by editing its Chart Properties. Properties for all chart types are listed and described in Chart Properties. Unique properties of maps include the following. You can click a thumbnail image to see a larger image.

Property

Description

Examples

Theme > Theme

Allows you to change the color theme for the map. For more information about setting colors, see Changing the Default Colors in Your Chart.

General > Balanced Distribution

Adjusts maps to include a balanced number of items within each range. This is helpful in spreading values across each range when your data contains extreme outliers.

The pair of maps in the screenshots at right how Balanced Distribution works. (These are country maps for Canada, not World maps, but the principle is the same.) In these maps, the values of most of the Canadian provinces are in the range of 100 to 1500. The outlier, Alberta, has a value of 10,000. Balanced Distribution has not been turned on in the top map, so a skewed version of the data is shown—Alberta appears dark and all of the other provinces appear light. In the bottom map, the user has turned on Balanced Distribution, so Alberta is grouped into the same range as the province with the next highest value.

General > Auto Zoom to Data

Zooms in on the region of your map with data. In the example at right, the only states with data are Utah, Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico, so the map zooms on them automatically. This option will not work if all of the regions in your map with data are not adjacent. For example, if the map at right showed Oregon as having data, the auto-zoom would not work because Oregon is not adjacent to any of the other states with data.

map_auto_zoom_to_data.png

General> Hide No Data Items

Hides all items in your map without data. In the example at right, the only states with data are Utah, Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico, so the map hides all other states. Unlike the "Auto Zoom to Data" property, this will work even if there are regions not adjacent to other regions.

map_hide_no_data_items.png

General > Hide Abbreviated Legend

Hides the legend shown at the bottom of maps in some views.

General > Override Maximum Value 

Lets you specify the maximum value for a map or Heat Map. 

By default, Domo uses the highest value in the DataSet as the maximum value. However, by setting this property you can override this value. 

Hover Legend > Hide Legend

Hides the legend that normally appears on the right side of a map in the Details view.

Hover Legend > Hide Total

Hides the "Total" section of the legend that appears on the right side of a map in the Details view. The example shows a map in which this has been done.

map_data_labels_hide_total.png

Hover Legend > Hide Values

Hides the value and percent of total value in the legend that appears on the right side of a map in the Details view. The example shows a map in which this has been done.

map_data_labels_hide_values.png

Data Label Settings > Text

Specifies text for the data labels. This property is the "on switch" for data labels—you must specify text for them to appear.

Data Label Settings > Font Size

Allows you to increase or decrease the data label font size. The "Default" font size falls between the largest and second-smallest font sizes. For more information, see Changing the Font Size in Your Chart.

Data Label Settings > Text Color

Lets you determine the text color for your map data labels. If you select "Default," the color will be automatically determined based on the background color. This is shown in the example at right, in which the data labels on darker areas appear white and those on lighter areas appear dark red. 

map_data_labels_text_color.png

Data Label Settings > Value Abbreviation

Determines whether data label values are abbreviated (the default being 3 significant digits) or not.

Data Label Settings > Fill

Lets you add a colored fill to your map data labels. The example at right shows a chart in which a pale blue fill color with 60% transparency has been added. 

map_data_labels_fill.png

Data Label Settings > Fill Color

Lets you specify the color for the fill in your map data labels. This property is only available when you check the Fill box.

Data Label Settings > Fill Transparency Percent

Lets you specify the fill transparency for map data labels. You can specify any number between 0 and 100, in which 0 is completely opaque and 100 is completely transparent. This property is only available when you check the Fill box.

Hover Text > Hover Text

Lets you set the text that appears in map hovers. A variety of macros for showing map values in your hovers is available. For more information and a list of available macros, see Formatting Data Label and Hover Text in Your Chart.

Hover Text > Always Show Over Map

Specifies whether hover text specified using the Hover Text option is turned on for your chart. 

Values > Label Format

Determines the general number format for hover text and legend items in maps.

Values > Decimal Places

Determines the number of decimal places used in decimal values in hover text and legend items in maps.

Values > Negative Numbers

Determines the format for negative numbers in hover text and legend items in maps

Cities > Cities

Shows whether cities and city names are shown on the map. The closer a map is zoomed, the more cities are shown. 

The first example at right shows an "unzoomed" map of the United States. Note that only two cities are shown in Texas. In the second example, the map is zoomed to show only Texas, and many more cities are shown. 

country_map_with_cities.png

 

country_map_with_cities_zoomed.png

Supported names and codes for country regions

Domo includes maps for the following countries:

Australia

You may reference Australian states and territories using their full names or their two- or three-digit ISO 3166-2 codes. You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the code for each state/territory.

Number

State/Territory Name

ISO 3166-2 Code

1

Western Australia

WA

2

Northern Territory

NT

3

Queensland

QLD

4

South Australia

SA

5

New South Wales

NSW

6

Australian Capital Territory

ACT

7

Victoria

VIC

8

Tasmania

TAS

Austria

You may reference Austrian states using any of the following:

  • Their German or English names, with or without umlauts.

  • Their ISO 3166-2 codes. Two code formats are supported:

    • Their three-letter codes, preceded by "AUT-" (for example, "AUT-BRG" for Burgenland).

    • Their two-letter codes, preceded by "AT." (for example, "AT.BU" for Burgenland).

You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the code for each state/territory.

 

Number

State Name (German)

State Name (English)

ISO 3166-2 Code (Six Letter)

ISO 3166-2 Code (Four Letter)

1

Vorarlberg

N/A 

AUT-VRR

AT.VO

2

Tirol

Tyrol

AUT-WIE

AT.TR

3

Salzburg

N/A

AUT-SLZ

AT.SZ

4

Oberösterreich

Upper Austria 

AUT-OBR

AT.OO 

5

Niederösterreich

Lower Austria 

AUT-NDR

AT.NO 

6

Wien

Vienna 

AUT-WIE

AT.WI 

7

Burgenland

N/A 

AUT-BRG

AT.BU 

8

Steiermark

Styria 

AUT-STR

AT.ST 
Kärnten  Carinthia  AUT-KRN  AT.KA 

Brazil

You may reference states of Brazil using their full names , with or without diacritical symbols (such as "Para" or "Pará"), or you can use their two-letter ISO 3166 codes (for example, "PE" for Pernambuco). You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the code for each state.

Number

State Name

ISO-3166 Code

1

Roraima

RR

Amapá

AP

Amazonas

AM

Acre

AC

Pará

PA

Maranhão

MA

Piauí 

PI

Ceará

CE

Rio Grande do Norte

RN

10 

Paraíba

PB

11 

Pernambuco 

PE

12 

Alagoas

AL 

13 

Sergipe

SE 

14 

Bahia

BA 

15 

Tocantins

TO

16 

Mato Grosso 

MT 

17 

Rondônia 

RO

18 

Goiás

GO

19 

Distrito Federal 

DF 

20 

Minas Gerais

MG 

21 

Espírito Santo 

ES

22 

Rio de Janeiro 

RJ 

23 

São Paulo

SP 

24 

Mato Grosso do Sul 

MS

25 

Paraná 

PR

26 

Santa Catarina

SC

27 

Rio Grande do Sul

RS 

Canada

You may reference Canadian provinces using either their names or their two-letter postal abbreviations. You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the code for each province.

Number

Province Name

Postal Abbreviation

1

Yukon

Yukon Territory

YT

2

Northwest Territories

NT

3

Nunavut

NU

4

British Columbia

BC

5

Alberta

AB

6

Saskatchewan

SK

7

Manitoba

MB

8

Ontario

ON

9

Quebec

QC

10

Newfoundland and Labrador

NL

11

New Brunswick

NB

12

Nova Scotia

NS

The province of Prince Edward Island is not supported.

Canadian FSA Regions

You can also have your Canada map show data for FSA (Forward Sortation Area) regions instead of provinces. You do this by including a column in your DataSet with three-digit FSA codes and then dragging it into the Province/FSA Name field in the Analyzer. These codes form the first three numbers in the six-digit Canadian postal codes. The column names containing your FSA codes must include one of the following for the map to work:

  • FSA

  • Post

  • Zip

  • Code

The following screenshot shows an example of a Canadian FSA map:    
 

canada_fsa_regions.png

Chile

You must reference Chilean provinces using their two-letter ISO 3166 codes. You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the code for each province.

Number

Province

Code

1

Arica y Parinacota

AP

2

Tarapaca

TA

3

Antofagasta

AN

4

Atacama

AT

5

Coquimbo

CO

6

Valparaiso

VS

7

Metropolitana de Santiago

RM

8

Libertador General Bernardo O'Higgins

LI

9

Maule

ML

10

Bio Bio

BI

11

La Auracania

AR

12

Los Rios

LR

13

Los Lagos

LL

14

Aysen del General Carlos Ibanez del Campo

AI

15

Magallanes y la Antartica Chilena

MA

China

You may reference provinces of China using any of the following:

  • Their full names.

  • Their ISO-3166 codes with the "CN" prefix (such as "CN-22" for Jilin). 

  • Their two-letter GB codes (such as "HB" for Hebei).

Currently only English names are accepted.

You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the code for each region:

Number

Province

Alternate Name

GB Code

ISO-3166 Code

1

Xinjiang

Xinjiang Uygur

XJ

CN-65

2

Gansu

N/A 

GS

CN-62

3

Ningxia 

N/A 

NX

CN-64

4

Neimongol

Nei Mongol Zizhiqu 

NM

CN-15 

5

Heilongjiang

N/A 

HL 

CN-23

6

Jilin

N/A 

JL

CN-22

7

Liaoning

N/A 

LN

CN-21

8

Beijing

N/A 

BJ

CN-11

9

Tianjin

N/A 

TJ

CN-12

10

Hebei

N/A 

HB

CN-13

11

Shandong

N/A 

SD

CN-37

12

Jiangsu

N/A 

JS

CN-32

13

Anhui

N/A 

AH

CN-34

14

Henan

N/A 

HE

CN-41

15

Shanxi

N/A 

SX

CN-14

16

Shaanxi

Sha'anxi 

SA

CN-61

17

Sichuan

N/A 

SC

CN-51

18

Qinghai

N/A 

QH

CN-63

19

Tibet

Xizang Zizhiqu 

XZ

CN-54

20

Yunnan

N/A 

YN

CN-53

21

Guizhou

N/A 

GZ

CN-52

22

Chongqing

N/A 

CQ

CN-50

23 

Hubei 

N/A 

HU 

CN-42 

24 

Hunan 

N/A 

HN 

CN-43 

25 

Guangxi 

N/A 

GX 

CN-45 

26 

Hainan 

N/A 

HA 

CN-46 

27 

Guangdong 

N/A 

GD 

CN-44 

28 

Jiangxi 

N/A 

JX 

CN-36 

29 

Fujian 

N/A 

FJ 

CN-35 

30 

Zhejiang 

N/A 

ZJ 

CN-33 

31 

Shanghai 

N/A 

SH 

CN-31 

32 

Taiwan 

N/A 

TW 

CN-71 

France (Post-2015)

This map consists of regions of France as designated following the boundary changes made on January 1, 2016. For information about our France legacy map, see France (Legacy).

You may reference regions of France using any of the following:

  • Their full names, with or without diacritical markings and other punctuation such as hyphens. For regions in which both French and English names are commonly used (such as "Normandy/Normandie"), both names are accepted.

  • Their ISO 3166-2 codes with the "FR" prefix (such as "FR-GES" for Grand Est). 

You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the code for each region:

Number Region Alternate English Name ISO 3166 Code
1 Hauts-de-France N/A FR-HDF
2 Île-de-France N/A FR-IDF
3 Normandie Normandy FR-NOR
4 Bretagne Brittany FR-BRE
5 Pays de la Loire N/A FR-PDL
6 Central-Val de Loire N/A FR-CVL
7 Nouvelle Aquitaine N/A FR-NAQ
8 Occitanie N/A FR-OCC
9 Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur N/A FR-PAC
10 Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes N/A FR-ARA
11 Bourgogne-Franche-Comte N/A FR-BFC
12 Grand Est N/A FR-GES
13 Corse Corsica FR-COR

 

France (Legacy)

This map consists of regions of France as they were designated prior to 2016's administrative changes. It is included in Domo for legacy purposes only. For a map with post-2015 regional divisions, see France (Post-2015)

You may reference regions of France using any of the following:

  • Their full names, with or without diacritical markings and other punctuation such as hyphens. For regions in which both French and English names are commonly used (such as "Brittany"/"Bretagne"), both names are accepted.

  • Their ISO 3166 -2 codes with the "FR" prefix (such as "FR-D" for Burgundy). 

You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the code for each region:

Number

Region

Alternate English Name

ISO-3166 Code

1

Bretagne

Brittany

FR-E

2

Basse-Normandie

Lower Normandy

FR-P

3

Haute-Normandie

Upper Normandy

FR-Q

4

Picardie

Picardy

FR-S

5

Nord-Pas-de-Calais

N/A

FR-O

6

Île-de-France

N/A

FR-J

7

Champagne-Ardenne

N/A

FR-G

8

Lorraine

N/A

FR-M

9

Alsace

N/A

FR-A

10

Franche-Comté

N/A

FR-I

11

Bourgogne

Burgundy

FR-D

12

Centre

N/A

FR-F

13

Pays de la Loire

N/A

FR-R

14

Poitou-Charentes

N/A

FR-T

15

Limousin

N/A

FR-L

16

Auvergne

N/A

FR-C

17

Rhône-Alpes

N/A

FR-V

18

Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur

N/A

FR-U

19

Languedoc-Roussillon

N/A

FR-K

20

Midi-Pyrénées

N/A

FR-N

21

Aquitaine

N/A

FR-B

22

Corse

Corsica

FR-H

France Departments

This map includes all departments of France, including outlying regions such as French Guiana and Mayotte. You can reference departments by name (punctuation such as accent marks must be included), department number (such as 50 for Manche), or NUTS 3 statistical region code (such as FR514 for Sarthe). 

You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the code for each state/territory.

france-depts_map.png

Number

Name

Department Number

NUTS 3 Code

1

Finistère

29

FR522

2 Côtes-d'Armor 22 FR521
3 Morbihan 56 FR524
4 Ille-et-Vilaine 35 FR523
5 Mayenne 53 FR513
6 Sarthe 72 FR514
7 Orne 61 FR253
8 Manche 50 FR252
9 Calvados 14 FR251
10 Eure 27 FR231
11 Seine-Maritime 76 FR232
12 Oise 60 FR222
13 Somme 80 FR223
14 Pas-de-Calais 62 FR302
15 Nord 59 FR301
16 Aisne 2 FR221
17 Ardennes 8 FR211
18 Marne 51 FR213
19 Meuse 55 FR412
20 Meurthe-et-Moselle 54 FR411
21 Moselle 57 FR413
22 Bas-Rhin 67 FR421
23 Haut-Rhin 68 FR422
24 Territoire-de-Belfort 90 FR434
25 Doubs 25 FR431
26 Jura 39 FR432
27 Haute-Saône 70 FR433
28 Vosges 88 FR414
29 Haute-Marne 52 FR214
30 Côte-d'Or 21 FR261
31 Yonne 89 FR264
32 Aube 10 FR212
33 Seine-et-Marne 77 FR102
34 Val-d'Oise 95 FR108
35 Yvelines 78 FR103
36 Essonne 91 FR104
37 Eure-et-Loire 28 FR242
38 Loiret 45 FR246
39 Loire-et-Cher 41 FR245
40 Indre-et-Loir 37 FR244
41 Maine-et-Loir 49 FR512
42 Loire-Atlantique 44 FR511
43 Vendée 85 FR515
44 Deux-Sèvres 79 FR533
45 Vienne 86 FR534
46 Indre 36 FR243
47 Cher 18 FR241
48 Nièvre 58 FR262
49 Saône-et-Loire 71 FR263
50 Ain 1 FR711
51 Haute-Savoie 74 FR716
52 Savoie 73 FR718
53 Isère 38 FR714
54 Métropole de Lyon 69M FR716
55 Rhône 69D N/A
56 Loire 42 FR715
57 Puy-de-Dôme 63 FR724
58 Allier 3 FR721
59 Creuse 23 FR632
60 Haute-Vienne 87 FR633
61 Charente 16 FR531
62 Charente-Maritime 17 FR532
63 Gironde 33 FR612
64 Lot-et-Garonne 47 FR614
65 Dordogne 24 FR611
66 Lot 46 FR625
67 Corrèze 19 FR631
68 Cantal 15 FR722
69 Lozère 48 FR814
70 Haute-Loire 43 FR723
71 Ardèche 7 FR712
72 Drôme 26 FR713
73 Hautes-Alpes 5 FR822
74 Alpes-de-Haute-Provence 4 FR821
75 Alpes-Maritimes 6 FR823
76 Var 83 FR825
77 Bouches-du-Rhône 13 FR823
78 Vaucluse 84 FR826
79 Gard 30 FR812
80 Hérault 34 FR813
81 Aveyron 12 FR622
82 Tarn 81 FR627
83 Tarn-et-Garonne 82 FR628
84 Gers 32 FR624
85 Landes 40 FR613
86 Pyrénées-Atlantiques 64 FR615
87 Hautes-Pyrénées 65 FR626
88 Haute-Garonne 31 FR623
89 Ariège 9 FR621
90 Aude 11 FR811
91 Pyrénées-Orientales 66 FR815
92 Guadeloupe 971 FR910
93 Martinique 972 FR920
94 Guyane 973 FR930
95 Seine-Saint-Denis 93 FR106
96 Hauts-de-Seine 92 FR105
97 Paris 75 FR101
98 Val-de-Marne 94 FR107
99 Mayotte 976 N/A
100 La Réunion 974 FR940
101 Haute-Corse 2B FR832
102 Corse-du-Sud 2A FR831

Germany

You may reference German states using their full names or two-letter ISO codes. Both English and German names are accepted. You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the name of each state. Punctuation, such as umlauts and hyphens, is not required.

You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the code for each state.

 

Number

State Name (English)

State Name (Deutsch)

ISO Code

1

Schleswig-Holstein

Schleswig-Holstein

SH

2

Hamburg

Hamburg

HH

3

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

Mecklenburg-Vorpommern

MV

4

Brandenburg

Brandenburg

BB

5

Berlin

Berlin

BE

6

Saxony-Anhalt

Sachsen-Anhalt

ST

7

Lower Saxony

Niedersachsen

NI

8

Bremen

Bremen

HB

9

North Rhine-Westphalia

Nordrhein-Westfalen

NW

10

Hesse

Hessen

HE

11

Thuringia

Thuringen

TH

12

Saxony

Sachsen

SN

13

Bavaria

Bayern

BY

14

Baden-Wurttemberg

Baden-Wurttemberg

BW

15

Rhineland-Palatinate

Rheinland-Pfalz

RP

16

Saarland

Saarland

SL

Ghana

You may reference regions of Ghana using their full names with or without the word "region" (for example, you could reference "Western" as either "Western" or "Western Region") or you can use their ISO 3166 codes including the GH country prefix (for example, "GH-AH" for the Ashanti region). You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the code for each state/territory.

Number

State Name (English)

ISO 3166 Code

1

Upper West

GH-UW

Upper East 

GH-UE 

Northern 

GH-NP 

Brong-Ahafo 

GH-BA 

Ashanti 

GH-AH 

Western 

GH-WP 

Central 

GH-CP 

Eastern 

GH-EP 

Greater Accra 

GH-AA 

10 

Volta 

GH-TV 

India

You may reference states of India (including the union territories of National Capital Territory of Delhi and Andaman and Nicobar) using their full names, or you can use their ISO 3166-2 codes including the IN country prefix (for example, "IN-RJ" for the Rajasthan region). You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the code for each state.

Number

State Name

ISO 3166-2 Code

1

Jammu and Kashmir

IN-JK

2

Himachal Pradesh

IN-HP

3

Uttarakhand

IN-UT

4

Uttar Pradesh

IN-UP

5

NCT of Delhi

IN-DL

6

Haryana

IN-HR

7

Punjab

IN-PB

8

Rajasthan

IN-RJ

9

Gujarat

IN-GJ

10

Madhya Pradesh

IN-MP

11

Chhattisgarh

IN-CT

12

Jharkhand

IN-JH

13

Bihar

IN-BR

14

West Bengal

IN-WB

15

Odisha

IN-OR

16

Andhra Pradesh

IN-AP

17

Telangana

IN-TG

18

Maharashtra

IN-MH

19

Goa

IN-GA

20

Karnataka

IN-KA

21

Kerala

IN-KL

22

Tamil Nadu

IN-TN

23

Andaman and Nicobar

IN-AN

24

Sikkim

IN-SK

25

Assam

IN-AS

26

Arunachal Pradesh

IN-AR

27

Nagaland

IN-NL

28

Manipur

IN-MN

29

Mizoram

IN-MZ

30

Tripura

IN-TR

31

Meghalaya

IN-ML

Indonesia

You may reference provinces of Indonesia using any of the following:

  • Their full names. When alternate names or spellings exist (such as "Jabar" fo"Jawa Barat"), those are indicated.

  • Their IS 3166-2 codes, which consist of the Indonesian country code of "ID" and the two-letter province code, separated by a period or hyphen.

You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the code for each province:

Number

Province Name

Alternate Name(s)

ISO 3166 Code

1

Aceh

Special Region of Aceh

ID-AC

ID.AC

Sumatera Utara

North Sumatra

Sumut

ID-SU

ID.SU

Riau

N/A

ID-RI

ID.RI

Sumatera Barat

West Sumatra

Sumbar

ID-SB

ID.SB

Jambi

N/A

ID-JA

ID.JA

Bengkulu

N/A

ID-BE

ID.BE

Sumatera Selatan

South Sumatra

Sumsel

ID-SS

ID.SS

Lampung

N/A

ID-LA

ID.LA

Kepulauan Riau

Riau Islands

Kepri

ID-KR

10 

Kepulauan Bangka Belitung

Bangka-Belitung Islands

Bangka-Belitung

Babel

ID-BB

ID.BB

11 

Banten

N/A

ID-BT

ID.BT

12 

DKI Jakarta

Jakarta Special Capital Region

DKI

Jakarta

ID-JK

ID.JK

13 

Jawa Barat

West Java

Jabar

ID-JB

ID.JB

14 

Jawa Tengah

Central Java

Jateng

ID-JT

ID.JT

15 

Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta

Special Region of Yogyakarta

DIY

Yogyakarta

ID-YO

ID.YO

16 

 Jawa Timur

East Java

Jatim

ID-JI

ID.JI

17 

Bali

N/A

ID-BA

ID.BA

18 

Nusa Tenggara Barat

West Nusa Tenggara

NTB

ID-NB

ID.NB

19 

Nusa Tenggara Timur

East Nusa Tenggara

NTT

ID-NT

ID.NT

20 

Maluku

N/A

ID-MA

ID.MA

21 

Kalimantan Barat

West Kalimantan

Kalbar

ID-KB

ID.KB

22 

Kalimantan Tengah

Central Kalimantan

Kalteng

ID-KT

ID.KT

23 

Kalimantan Selatan

South Kalimantan

Kalsel

ID-KS

ID.KS

24 

Kalimantan Timur

East Kalimantan

Kaltim

ID-KI

ID.KI

25 

Kalimantan Utara

North Kalimantan

Kaltara

 

ID-KU

ID.KU

26 

Sulawesi Barat

West Sulawesi

Sulbar

ID-SR

ID.SR

27 

Sulawesi Tengah

Central Sulawesi

Sulteng

ID-ST

ID.ST

28 

Gorontalo

N/A

ID-GO

ID.GO

29 

Sulawesi Utara

Sulut

ID-SA

ID.SA

30 

Sulawesi Selatan

South Sulawesi

Sulsel

ID-SN

ID.SN

31 

Sulawesi Tenggara

Southeast Sulawesi

Sultra

ID-SG

ID.SG

32 

Maluku Utara

North Maluku

Malut

ID-MU

ID.MU

33 

Papua Barat

Special Region of West Papua

Papuabarat

ID-PB

ID.PB

34 

Papua

Special Region of Papua

ID-PA

ID.PA

Italy

You may reference regions of Italy using any of the following:

  • Their full names. When accepted alternate spellings exist (such as "Basilicata" vs. "Basilicate" or "Lucania"), those are indicated.

  • Their IS 3166-2 codes, which will be IT followed by either a period and two letters OR a hyphen and two numbers (such as IT.LM or IT-25 for Lombardia) .

You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the code for each province:

Number

Canton Name

Alternate Name(s)

ISO 3166-2 Code (Provincial)

ISO 3166-2 Code (Regional)

1

Valle d'Aosta

Aosta Valley

Val d'Aoste

IT.VD

IT-23

2

Piemonte

Piemont

Piedmont

IT.PM

IT-21

3

Lombardia

Lombardy

Lombardei

Lombardie

IT.LM

IT-25

4

Trentino-Alto Adige

Trentino-Alto Adige

Trentino-Alto Adigio

Trentino-South Tirol

Venezia Tridentina

IT.TT

IT-32

5

Veneto

Venecia

Venetia

Venezia

Venezia Euganea

IT.VN

IT-34

6

Friuli-Venezia Giulia

Friuli Venezia Giulia

Friuli-Venecia Julia

IT.FV

IT-36

7

Emilia-Romagna

Emilia Romagna

Emilia

IT.ER

IT-45

8

Liguria

Ligurie

Ligurien

IT.LG

IT-42

9

Toscana

Tuscany

Toscane

Toskana

IT.TC

IT-52

10

Umbria

Ombrie

Umbrien

IT.UM

IT-55

11

Marche

Marches

Marca

IT.MH

IT-57

12

Abruzzo

Abruzos

Abruzzen

Abruzzes

Abruzzi

IT.AB

IT-65

13

Lazio

Lacio

Latium

IT.LZ

IT-62

14

Molise

Molisa

IT.ML

IT-67

15

Campania

Campanha

Campanie

Kampanien

IT.CM

IT-72

16

Apulia

Apulien

Pouilles

Pouille

Puglia

Puglie

IT.PU

IT-75

17

Basilicata

Basilicate

Lucania

IT.BC

IT-77

18

Calabria

Calabre

Calabrie

Kalabrien

IT.LB

IT-78

19

Siciliy

Sicilia

IT.SC

IT-82

20

Sardinia

Sardegna

Sardenha

IT.SD

IT-88

Japan

You must reference Japanese prefectures using their full names. You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the name of each prefecture.

Number

Prefecture Name

1

Hokkaido

北海道

2

Aomori

青森県

3

Akita

秋田県

4

Iwate

岩手県

5

Yamagata

山形県

6

Miyagi

宮城県

7

Niigata

新潟県

8

Fukushima

福島県

9

Ibaraki

茨城県

10

Tochigi

栃木県

11

Gunma

群馬県

12

Nagano

長野県

13

Toyama

富山県

14

Ishikawa

石川県

15

Fukui

福井県

16

Gifu

岐阜県

17

Yamanashi

岐阜県

18

Saitama

埼玉県

19

Kanagawa

神奈川県

20

Tokyo

東京都

21

Chiba

千葉県

22

Shizuoka

静岡県

23

Aichi

愛知県

24

Mie

三重県

25

Shiga

滋賀県

26

Kyoto

京都府

27

Hyogo

兵庫県

28

Osaka

大阪府

29

Nara

奈良県

30

Wakayama

和歌山県

31

Tottori

鳥取県

32

Okayama

岡山県

33

Hiroshima

広島県

34

Shimane

島根県

35

Yamaguchi

山口県

36

Kagawa

香川県

37

Tokushima

徳島県

38

Kochi

高知県

39

Ehime

愛媛県

40

Fukuoka

福岡県

41

Oita

大分県

42

Miyazaki

宮崎県

43

Kagoshima

鹿児島県

44

Kumamoto

熊本県

45

Saga

佐賀県

46

Nagasaki

長崎県

47

Okinawa

沖縄県

Malaysia

You may reference states and federal territories of Malaysia using any of the following:

  • Their full names (for example, "Selangor Darul Ehsan")

  • Their shortened names (usually the first word in the full name, such as "Selangor" for Selangor Darul Ehsan)

  • Their ISO codes with no spaces or hyphens (for example, "MY14" for Kuala Lumpur)

  • Their three-letter abbreviations (for example, "PHG" for Pahang Darul Makmur)

You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the name of each state or federal territory:

Number

Long Name

Short Name

ISO 3166-2 Code

Abbreviation

1

Perlis Indera Kayangan

Perlis 

MY08 

PLS 

Kedah Darul Aman

Kedah 

MY02 

KDH 

Pulau Pinang 

Penang 

MY09 

PNG 

Perak Darul Ridzuan 

Perak 

MY07 

PRK 

Kelantan Darul Naim

Kelantan 

MY03 

KTN 

Terengganu Darul Iman

Terengganu 

MY13 

TRG 

Pahang Darul Makmur

Pahang

MY06 

PHG 

Selangor Darul Ehsan

Selangor 

MY12 

SGR 

Kuala Lumpur 

N/A 

MY 

KUL 

10 

Negeri Sembilan Darul Khusus

Negeri 

MY05 

NSN 

11 

Malacca 

Melaka 

MY04 

MLK 

12 

Johor Darul Ta'zim

Johor 

MY01 

JHR 

13 

Sarawak 

N/A 

MY11 

SWK 

14 

Sabah

N/A 

MY16 

SBH 

The federal territories of Labuan and Putrajaya are not supported.

Mexico

You must reference states of Mexico using their full names. You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the name of each state.

Number

State Name

1

Baja California Sur

Baja California 

Sonora 

Chihuahua 

Coahuila 

Nuevo Leon 

Tamaulipas 

San Luis Potosi 

Zacatecas 

10 

Durango 

11 

Sinaloa 

12 

Nayarit 

13 

Jalisco 

14 

Aguascalientes 

15 

Guanajuato 

16 

Colima 

17 

Michoacan 

18 

Queretaro 

19 

Hidalgo 

20 

Tlaxcala 

21 

Puebla 

22 

Morelos 

23 

Distrito Federal 

24 

Mexico 

25 

Guerrero 

26 

Oaxaca 

27 

Veracruz 

28 

Chiapas 

29 

Tabasco 

30 

Campeche 

31

Yucatan 

32 

Quintana Roo 

New Zealand

You must reference New Zealand regions using their full names. You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the name of each region.

Number

Region Name

1

Northland

2

Auckland

3

Waikato

4

Bay of Plenty

5

Gisborne

East Cape

6

Hawke's Bay

7

Wanganui-Manawatu

8

Taranaki

9

Wellington

10

Marlborough

11

Nelson

12

Tasman

13

West Coast

Westland

14

Canterbury

15

Otago

16

Southland

The region of Chatham Islands is not supported.

Nigeria

You may reference regions of Nigeria using their full names , or you can use their ISO 3166 codes including the NG country prefix (for example, "NG-AN" for the Anambra region). You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the code for each state/territory.

Number

State Name

ISO 3166 Code

1

Kebbi

NG-KE

Sokoto

NG-SO

Zamfara

NG-ZA

Katsina

NG-KT

Kano

NG-KN

Jigawa 

NG-JI

Yobe 

NG-YO

Borno

NG-BO

Gombe

NG-GO

10 

Bauchi

NG-BA

11 

Plateau 

NG-PL 

12 

Kaduna 

NG-KD 

13 

Abuja Federal Capital Territory 

NG-FC 

14 

Niger 

NG-NI 

15 

Kwara 

NG-KW 

16 

Oyo 

NG-OY 

17 

Ogun 

NG-OG 

18 

Lagos 

NG-LA 

19 

Osun 

NG-OS 

20 

Ondo 

NG-ON 

21 

Ekiti 

NG-EK 

22 

Kogi 

NG-KO 

23 

Edo 

NG-ED 

24 

Delta 

NG-DE 

25 

Bayelsa 

NG-BY 

26 

Rivers 

NG-RI 

27 

Adamawa 

NG-AD 

28 

Abia 

NG-AB 

29 

Imo 

NG-IM 

30 

Enugu 

NG-EN 

31 

Akwa Ibom 

NG-AK 

32 

Ebonyi 

NG-EB 

33 

Cross River 

NG-CR 

34 

Benue 

NG-BE 

35 

Nassarawa 

NG-NA 

36 

Taraba 

NG-TA 

Panama

You may reference provinces of Panama (including the indigenous region of Kuna Yala) using their full names with or without diacritical markings or their ISO 3166-2 codes prefaced by PA- (such as PA-7 for Los Santos). You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the name and code for each province.

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Number

Province

ISO 3166-2 Code

1

Bocas del Toro

PA-1

2

Chiriquí

PA-4

3

Veraguas

PA-9

4

Herrera

PA-6

5

Los Santos

PA-7

6

Coclé

PA-2

7

Colón

PA-3

8

Panamá

PA-8

9

Kuna Yala

PA-KY

10

Darién

PA-5

The province of Panamá Oeste and the indigenous regions of Emberá and Ngöbe Buglé are not supported. 

Peru

You may reference regions of Peru using their full names (with or without diacritical markings) or their ISO 3166-2 codes prefaced by PE- (such as PE-SAM for San Martín). You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the name and code for each region.

Number

Region

ISO 3166-2 Code

1

Tumbes

PE-TUM

2

Piura

PE-PIU

3

Lambayeque

PE-LAM

4

Cajamarca

PE-CAJ

5

Amazonas

PE-AMA

6

Loreto

PE-LOR

7

San Martín

PE-SAM

8

La Libertad

PE-LAL

9

Ancash

PE-ANC

10

Huánuco

PE-HUC

11

Pasco

PE-PAS

12

Ucayali

PE-UCA

13

Madre de Dios

PE-MDD

14

Cuzco

PE-CUS

15

Junín

PE-JUN

16

Lima

PE-LIM

17

Callao

PE-CAL

18

Ica

PE-ICA

19

Huancavelica

PE-HUV

20

Ayacucho

PE-AYA

21

Apurímac

PE-APU

22

Arequipa

PE-ARE

23

Puno

PE-PUN

24

Moquegua

PE-MOQ

25

Tacna

PE-TAC

Philippines

You may reference regions in The Philippines using any of the following:

  • Their full names 

  • Their region codes (such as R4A for Region IV-A)

  • Their ISO 3166-2 codes, which consist of the letters "PH" followed by a two-digit number (such as PH06 for the Western Visayas region)

Note that this map still includes the Negros Island Region (NIR) that existed prior to August 2017.

You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the name and code for each district.

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Number

State Name

Region Code

ISO 3166-2 Code

1

Region I (Ilocos Region)

R1

PH01

2

Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR)

CAR

PH14

3

Region II (Cagayan Valley)

R2

PH02

4

Region III (Central Luzon)

R3

PH03

5

National Capital Region (NCR)

NCR

PH13

6

Region IV-A (Calabarzon)

R4A

PH04

7

Region V (Bicol Region)

R5

PH05

8

Region IV-B (Mimaropa)

R4B

PH17

9

Region VI (Western Visayas)

R6

PH06

10

Region VIII (Eastern Visayas)

R8

PH08

11

Negros Island Region (NIR)

NIR

PH18

12

Region VII (Central Visayas)

R7

PH07

13

Region XIII (Caraga)

R13

PH16

14

Region X (Northern Mindanao)

R10

PH10

15

Region IX (Zamboanga Peninsula)

R9

PH09

16

Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM)

ARMM

PH15

17

Region XII (Soccsksargen)

R12

PH12

18

Region XI (Davao Region)

R11

PH11

Portugal

You may reference districts of Portugal using their full names or their ISO-3166 codes preceded by the PRT- prefix (for example, the code for Coimbra would be PRT-CMB). Punctuation such as accent marks is not required. You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the name and code for each district.

Number

State Name

ISO 3166-2 Code

1

Viana do Castelo

PRT-VDC 

Braga

PRT-BRA 

Porto

PRT-POR 

Vila Real

PRT-VRE 

Bragança

PRT-BRG 

Guarda

PRT-GUA 

Viseu 

PRT-VIS 

Aveiro

PRT-AVE 

Coimbra

PRT-CMB 

10 

Castelo Branco

PRT-CBR 

11 

Leiria

PRT-LEI 

12 

Lisboa 

Lisbon 

PRT-LIS

13 

Santarém 

PRT-SNT 

14 

Portalegre 

PRT-PRT 

15 

Évora 

PRT-EVO 

16 

Setúbal 

PRT-STB 

17 

Beja 

PRT-BEJ 

18 

Faro 

PRT-FAR 

The outlying districts of Madeira and Azores are not supported.

South Korea

You may reference provinces of South Korea using any of the following:

  • Their full names. A variety of alternate names are accepted for each province name (such as "Taiden" for "Daejeon"). Currently only English names can be used.

  • Their IS 3166-2 codes, including the KR. prefix (such as "KR.SO" for "Seoul").

You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the code for each province:

 

Number

Province Name

Alternate Province Name

ISO 3166-2 Code(s)

1

Gangwon-do

Kang-Won-Do

Gang'weondo

Kangwon-do

Kogen-do

South Kangwon

KR.KW

Gyeonggi-do

Kyonggi-do

Keiki-do

Kyunggi

KR.KG

Incheon

Inchon

IInch'on-gwangyoksi

Jinsen

KR.IN

4 Seoul

Keijo

Seul

Soul-t'ukpyolsi

KR.SO

5

Chungcheongnam-do

Chungchongnam-Do

Ch'ungch'ong-namdo

Chusei Nan-do

South Chungchong

Ch'ungch'ong-namdo

KR.GN

KR.HN

6

Sejong

Sejong Metropolitan Autonomous City

KR.SJ

7

Daejeon

Daejeon Gwang'yeogsi

Taiden

KR.TJ

8

Chungcheongbuk-do

Chungchongbuk-Do

Chungcheongbugdo

Ch'ungch'ong-bukto

Chusei Hoku-do

North Chungchong

Ch'ungch'ong-bukto

KR.GB

KR.HB

9

Gyeongsangbuk-do

Kyongsangbuk-Do

Gyeongsangbugdo

Kyongsang-bukto

Keisho Hoku-do

North Kyongsang

KR.KB

10

Daegu

Taegu

Daegu Gwang'yeogsi

Taegu-gwangyoksi

Taikyu

KR.TG

11

Ulsan

Ulsan-gwangyoksi

KR.UL

12

Busan

Pusan

Busan Gwang'yeogsi

Pusan-gwangyoksi

Fusan

KR.PU

13

Gyeongsangnam-do

Kyongsangnam-Do

Kyongsang-namdo

Keisho Nan-do

South Kyongsang

KR.KN

14

Jeollabuk-do

Chollabuk-Do

Cholla-bukto

Jeonrabugdo

North Cholla

Zenra Hoku-do

KR.CB

15

Jeollanam-do

Chollanam-Do

Cholla-namdo

Jeonranamdo

South Cholla

Zenra Nan-do

KR.CN

16

Gwangju

Kwangju

Kwangju-gwangyoksi

KR.KJ

17 Jeju

Jeju-do

Saishu-to

Cheju-do

KR.CJ

Spain

You may reference provinces of Spain using any of the following:

  • Their full names, with or without diacritical markings (such as "Córdoba" or "Cordoba"). When alternate spellings exist (such as "Navarre" vs. "Navarra"), those are usually accepted.

  • Their IS 3166-2 designations, including the ES prefix (such as "ES-AV" for "Ávila").

You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the code for each province:

Number

State Name

ISO 3166-2 Code

1

La Coruña

ES-C

Pontevedra

ES-PO

Orense

Ourense

ES-OR

Lugo

ES-LU

Asturias

ES-O

León 

ES-LE

Palencia 

ES-P

Cantabria

ES-S

Burgos

ES-BU

10 

La Rioja

ES-LO

11 

Álava 

ES-VI

12 

Vizcaya

Biscay

ES-BI 

13 

Guipúzcoa

Gipuzkoa

ES-SS

14 

Navarra

Navarre

ES-NA 

15 

Huesca

ES-HU

16 

Lerida

Lleida

ES-L 

17 

Gerona

Girona

ES-GI 

18 

Barcelona

ES-B 

19 

Tarragona

Tarrogona

ES-T 

20 

Castellón 

ES-CS

21 

Teruel

ES-TE

22 

Zaragoza

Zarogoza

ES-Z 

23 

Soria

ES-SO

24 

Segovia

ES-SG

25 

Valladolid

ES-VA

26 

Zamora

ES-ZA

27 

Salamanca

ES-SA

28 

Ávila 

ES-AV

29 

Madrid

ES-M 

30 

Guadalajara

ES-GU

31 

Cuenca

ES-CU

32 

Toledo

ES-TO

33 

Cáceres 

ES-CC

34 

Badajoz

ES-BA

35 

Ciudad Real

ES-CR

36 

Albacete

ES-AB

37

Valencia

ES-V

38

Alicante

ES-A

39

Murcia

ES-MU

40

Almería

ES-AL

41

Granada

ES-GR

42

Jaén

ES-J

43

Córdoba

ES-CO

44

Sevilla

ES-SE

45

Huelva

ES-H

46

Cádiz

ES-CA

47

Málaga

ES-MA

48

Islas Baleares

ES-PM

Switzerland

You may reference cantons of Switzerland using any of the following:

  • Their full names, with or without diacritical markings (such as "Graübunden" or "Graubunden"). When accepted alternate spellings exist (such as "Bern" vs. "Berne" or "Berna"), those are indicated.

  • Their IS 3166-2 designations, with or without the CH prefix (such as "LU" or "CH.LU" for "Lucerne").

You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the code for each province:

Number

Canton Name

Alternate Name(s)

ISO 3166-2 Code

Truncated Code

1

Geneva

Cenevre

Genebra

Geneve

Genevra

Genf

Ginebra

Ginevra

CH.GE

GE

Vaud

Vad

Waadt

Waadtland

CH.VD

VD

3

Neuchâtel

Neuenberg

CH.NE

NE

4

Fribourg

Freiburg

Friburg

Friburgo

CH.FR

FR

5

Bern

Berna

Berne

CH.BE

BE

6

Jura

Giura

CH.JU

JU

7

Solothurn

Soletta

Soleure

Soleuro

Soloturn

CH.SO

SO

8

Basel-Landschaft

Basel-Country

Baselland

Basel-Land

Basilea campagna

Basilea-Champagna

CH.BL

BL

9

Basel-Stadt

Basel-City

Basel-Town

Basilea-Citad

Basilea Ciudad

CH.BS

BS

10

Aargau

Argovia

Argovie

CH.AG

AG

11

Zug

Zoug

Zugo

CH.ZG

ZG

12

Zürich

Turitg

Zurigo

Zurique

CH.ZH

ZH

13

Schaffhausen

Schaffhouse

Schaffusa

Sciaffusa

CH.SH

SH

14

Thurgau

Thurgovie

Turgovia

CH.TG

TG

15

Sankt Gallen

Saint-Gall

San Gallo

Son Gagl

CH.SG

SG

16

Appenzell Ausserrhoden

Appenzell Ausser-Rhoden

Appenzell Outer Rhodes

Appenzell dadens

Appenzello Esterno

CH.AR

AR

17

Appenzell Innerrhoden

Appenzell Inner-Rhoden

Appenzell Inner Rhodes

Appenzell dador

Appenzello Interno

CH.AI

AI

18

Graübunden

Grigioni

Grischun

Grisons

CH.GR

GR

19

Glarus

Glaris

Glarona

Glaruna

CH.GL

GL

20

Schwyz

 

CH.SZ

SZ

21

Lucerne

Lucerna

Luzern

CH.LU

LU

22

Obwalden

Obvaldo

Obwald

Unterwalden-le-Haut

Obwaldo

Sursilvania

CH.OW

OW

23

Nidwalden

Nidvaldo

Nidwald

Unterwalden-le-Bas

Nidwaldo

CH.NW

NW

24

Uri

 

CH.UR

UR

25

Ticino

Tesino

Tessin

CH.TI

TI

26

Valais

Vallais

Vallese

Wallis

CH.VS

VS

United Arab Emirates

You may reference emirates of the United Arab Emirates using their full English or Arabic names or their ISO-3166 codes. Punctuation such as apostrophes is not required. You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the names and codes for each emirate.

Number

Emirate Name (English)

Emirate Name (Arabic)

ISO 3166-2 Code

1

Abu Dhabi

Abu Zaby 

AZ 

Dubai

Dubayy 

DU 

Sharjah

Ash Shariqah 

SH 

Ajman

'Ajman 

AJ 

Umm al-Quwain

Umm al Qaywayn 

UQ 

Ras al-Khaimah

Ra's al Khaymah 

RK 

Fujairah 

Al Fujayrah 

FU 

United Kingdom

You reference administrative divisions of England, Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland using their full names. For Scotland and Wales, Domo currently uses the county system that prevailed prior to the mid-1990s.

For a regional map that includes the four countries in the United Kingdom, see Continental/Regional Map

You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the code for each administrative division of England, Scotland, and Wales.

Scotland

Number

Administrative Division

1

Shetland Islands

Orkney

Western Isles 

Highland

Grampian

Tayside

Fyfe

Central

Strathclyde

10 

Lothian

11 

Borders 

12 

Dumfries and Galloway 

England

Number

Administrative Division

13

Northumberland

14

Cumbria

15 

Durham 

16

Tyne and Wear

17 

Cleveland

18

North Yorkshire

19 

Lancashire

20 

West Yorkshire

21 

Humberside

22

Merseyside

23 

Greater Manchester

24

Cheshire 

25 

Shropshire 

26 

Staffordshire 

27 

Derbyshire 

28 

South Yorkshire 

29 

Nottinghamshire 

30 

Lincolnshire 

31 

Hereford and Worcester 

32 

West Midlands 

33 

Leicestershire

34 

Warwickshire 

35 

Northamptonshire 

36 

Cambridgeshire 

37 

Norfolk 

38 

Suffolk 

39 

Gloucestershire 

40 

Oxfordshire 

41 

Buckinghamshire 

42 

Bedfordshire 

43 

Hertfordshire 

44 

Greater London 

45 

Essex

46 

Cornwall 

47 

Devon 

48 

Somerset 

49 

Avon 

50 

Wiltshire 

51 

Dorset 

52 

Isle of Wight 

53 

Hampshire 

54 

Berkshire 

55 

Surrey

56 

West Sussex 

57

Kent

58

East Sussex

Wales

Number

Administrative Division

59

Gwynedd

60 

Clwyd

61

Powys

62

Dyfed

63

West Glamorgan

64

Mid Glamorgan

65

South Glamorgan

66

Gwent

You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the code for each administrative division of Northern Ireland:

Number

Administrative Division

1

Strabane

2

Londonderry

(not Derry)

3

Limavady

4

Coleraine

5

Ballymoney

6

Moyle

7

Larne

8

Ballymena

Magherafelt 

10 

Cookstown 

11 

Omagh 

12 

Fermanagh 

13 

Dungannon 

14 

Armagh 

15 

Newry and Mourne 

16 

Banbridge 

17 

Craigavon 

18 

Lisburn 

19 

Antrim 

20 

Newtownabbey 

21 

Carrickfergus 

22 

Belfast 

23 

North Down 

24 

Castlereagh 

25 

Ards 

26 

Down 

United Kingdom (Postal)

This map shows postal regions for the United Kingdom. You may reference postal regions using their names or postal codes (such as BS for Bristol). You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the name and postal code for each region.

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Number Name Postal Code
1 Lerwick (Zetland) ZE
2 Kirkwall KW
3 Outer Hebrides HS
4 Inverness IV
5 Aberdeen AB
6 Perth PH
7 Dundee DD
8 Kirkcaldy KY
9 Falkirk FK
10 Paisley PA
11 Glasgow G
12 Kilmarnock KA
13 Dumfries DG
14 Motherwell ML
15 Edinburgh EH
16 Galashiels (Tweeddale) TD
17 Newcastle-upon-Tyne NE
18 Durham DH
19 Sunderland SR
20 Cleveland (Teesside) TS
21 Darlington DL
22 Carlisle CA
23 Lancaster LA
24 Bradford BD
25 Harrogate HD
26 York YO
27 Hull HU
28 Doncaster DN
29 Wakefield WF
30 Leeds LS
31 Huddersfield HD
32 Halifax HX
33 Oldham OL
34 Blackburn BB
35 Preston PR
36 Blackpool (The Fylde) FY
37 Liverpool  L
38 Warrington WA
39 Wigan WN
40 Bolton BL
41 Manchester M
42 Stockport SK
43 Sheffield S
44 Lincoln LN
45 Nottingham NG
46 Derby DE
47 Stoke-on-Trent ST
48 Crewe CW
49 Chester CH
50 Llandudno LL
51 Shrewsbury SY
52 Telford TF
53 Wolverhampton WV
54 Dudley DY
55 Walsall WS
56 Birmingham B
57 Coventry CV
58 Leicester LE
59 Northampton NN
60 Peterborough PE
61 Norwich NR
62 Ipswich IP
63 Colchester CO
64 Cambridge CB
65 Stevenage SG
66 Milton Keynes MK
67 Oxford OX
68 Gloucester GL
69 Worcester WR
70 Hereford HR
71 Llandrindod Wells LD
72 Swansea SA
73 Cardiff CF
74 Newport NP
75 Bristol BS
76 Swindon SN
77 Reading RG
78 Slough SL
79 Hemel Hempstead HP
80 Luton LU
81 St Albans AL
82 Watford WD
83 Harrow HA
84 Southall (Uxbridge) UB
85 Twickenham TW
86 Kingston-Upon-Thames KT
87 Sutton SM
88 Croydon CR
89 South West London SW
90 West London W
91 North West London NW
92 North London N
93 Enfield EN
94 Ilford IG
95 East London E
96 South East London SE
97 Bromley BR
98 Dartford DA
99 Romford RM
100 Chelmsford CM
101 Southend-on-Sea SS
102 Rochester ME
103 Canterbury CT
104 Tunbridge Wells TN
105 Brighton BN
106 Redhill RH
107 Guildford GU
108 Portsmouth PO
109 Southampton SO
110 Salisbury SP
111 Bournemouth BH
112 Dorchester DT
113 Bath BA
114 Taunton TA
115 Exeter EX
116 Torquay TQ
117 Plymouth PL
118 Truro TR
119 Belfast BT

United States

You may reference U.S. states using their full names, two-letter postal abbreviations, or two-digit FIPS codes. You can use the following map and numbered list to determine the abbreviation for each state.

Map Number

State Name

Postal Abbreviation

Two-Digit FIPS Code

1

Alabama

AL

01

2

Alaska

AK

02

3

Arizona

AZ

04

4

Arkansas

AR

05

5

California

CA

06

6

Colorado

CO

08

7

Connecticut

CT

09

8

Delaware

DE

10

9

District of Columbia

DC

11

10

Florida

FL

12

11

Georgia

GA

13

12

Hawaii

HI

15

13

Idaho

ID

16

14

Illinois

IL

17

15

Indiana

IN

18

16

Iowa

IA

19

17

Kansas

KS

20

18

Kentucky

KY

21

19

Louisiana

LA

22

20

Maine

ME

23

21

Maryland

MD

24

22

Massachusetts

MA

25

23

Michigan

MI

26

24

Minnesota

MN

27

25

Mississippi

MS

28

26

Missouri

MO

29

27

Montana

MT

30

28

Nebraska

NE

31

29

Nevada

NV

32

30

New Hampshire

NH

33

31

New Jersey

NJ

34

32

New Mexico

NM

35

33

New York

NY

36

34

North Carolina

NC

37

35

North Dakota

ND

38

36

Ohio

OH

39

37

Oklahoma

OK

40

38

Oregon

OR

41

39

Pennsylvania

PA

42

40

Rhode Island

RI

44

41

South Carolina

SC

45

42

South Dakota

SD

46

43

Tennessee

TN

47

44

Texas

TX

48

45

Utah

UT

49

46

Vermont

VT

50

47

Virginia

VA

51

48

Washington

WA

53

49

West Virginia

WV

54

50

Wisconsin

WI

55

51

Wyoming

WY

56

With both U.S. state maps and latitude-longitude maps in which U.S. cities are represented, you can create "zoomed" drill layers by drilling down to the same map. For example, if you had a latitude-longitude map showing values per state and you added the same map as a drill layer, clicking any point in the country-level map would bring up a "zoomed in" state or region level that displayed all of the original data points from that state or region.

Results from using this technique vary depending on the map type, your DataSet, and the specific columns you apply.

For more information about adding drill layers to charts, see Adding Drill Path to Your Chart. For more information about latitude-longitude maps, see Latitude-Longitude Map.