I want to create a map that shows the area of distribution of a particular publisher. Since this publisher owns a number of smaller companies, I want to visualize the area of distribution of this companies together in different colors, also where they overlap. Is there a easy, interactive way i can accieve this ? Any advice is helpful. Thanks!

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It's not clear how this question relates to OpenStreetMap - you might want to flesh it out a little. If it doesn't relate to OSM, try asking over at http://gis.stackexchange.com/ .

(21 Feb '13, 16:35) Richard ♦

Have a look at CartoDB ... maybe there you can find some helpful features.

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