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ianthony Occasional Visitor
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Map Visualization - is it possible to set a fixed size for each data bubble?

I have mapped approx. 1000 addresses using the map visualization. Is it possible to adjust or fix the size of the diplayed bubble for each data point? I would like have more granuality with the data points... too much overlap with many of the points on the map.

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MarcusHussey Frequent Visitor
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Re: Map Visualization - is it possible to set a fixed size for each data bubble?

Try using the Filled Map option. 

This allows you to group all of your data points together based on some qualifier (Zip Code, State, Country, etc.).  In addition you can add the color-coded legend to show the data you want for a given area.

 

-Marcus

 

AlexChen Member
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Re: Map Visualization - is it possible to set a fixed size for each data bubble?

Hi,

 

You can adjust the size of bubble by putting your filter to “Size” in powerbi desktop.

A larger bubble means a larger number of “saleAmount” in a state.

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As MarcusHussey mentioned above, you can also move your filter to “Color saturation”.

A deeper color shows a larger number of “count of salesQuantity” for a state.

 

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Best Regards

Alex

 

 

Zeittime Frequent Visitor
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Re: Map Visualization - is it possible to set a fixed size for each data bubble?

Is it possible to use points instead of bubbles?

Zeittime Frequent Visitor
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Re: Map Visualization - is it possible to set a fixed size for each data bubble?

No points? Only bubbles?!

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