Google has released a beta version of Google Maps Engine Lite, a stripped-down version of its enterprise-focused mapmaking service that now caters to individuals.

The new product, which currently only supports English, is built for mapping aficionados, as it has a limit on the amount of data that can be imported. The engine lets users plot small spreadsheets of locations, use styling and drawing options to customize the appearance and compare up to three data sets for “non-business purposes,” according to Google.

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