A heatmap is a graphical representation of data that uses a system of color coding to represent different values. Heatmaps are used in various forms of analytics but are most commonly show user behavior on web pages and mobile apps.

A heatmap uses color codes to visually represent how a user interacts with a website. The color scale ranges from blue (least interaction) to red (most interaction).

Heatmaps allow you to assess which website elements users click on and scroll through and which ones they ignore.

Read more on heatmaps in our help center: Piwik PRO site inspector for Chrome

Here is an example of a heatmap: