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JSchmetterer Frequent Visitor
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Can't get entire map to load

Hello,

 

I am trying to make a map that will tell me the agency for every county in the USA. It works really well when I have it filter to a specific state. For example, in my first screenshot I filtered just to New Mexico. I can now put my cursor over the purple area and it will tell me who the agency is. But when I take all filters away, the whole map wont load. It just stops after loading a few states. Does anybody know how to make it so I can get the whole map to load?

 

Thank you

 

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Moderator v-sihou-msft
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Re: Can't get entire map to load

@JSchmetterer

 

In Filled Map, if you put child level filed on Legend, it will not show detail child level colors when selecting multiple parent level members. 

 

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In your scenario, you should create a hierarchy and drill down to Agency level. 

 

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Regards,

JSchmetterer Frequent Visitor
Frequent Visitor

Re: Can't get entire map to load

@v-sihou-msft

 

I greatly appreciate your help, however I am still struggling. I am not sure exactly how the hierarchy would work. I tried a bunch of different hierarchy combinations, but with all of them I see a message that says "Too many values. Not showing all data. Click to see details"

 

Does this mean I simply have too much data for Power BI to handle? Is there any way to combat this with a specific type of hierarchy?

 

 

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