I think the answer depends on exactly what you mean, and I'm not quite sure, unfortunately. JMP can use custom shape files to display and select geo-spatial information, and also background maps to help the interpretation of point-oriented data.
This graph shows crime data for San Francisco (from JMP's sample data). I used the background map options for both OpenStreetMap and US counties. Then I turned on the Heatmap, which shows counts of number of crimes in each area. I then applied transparency using the color legend so that I could still see the map underneath the Heatmap. Notice I changed the color of the county lines to orange so they would stand out more.