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Map visualisation: finding city

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Hi everyone,

 

I have a dataset with 3 cities from the Netherlands: Eindhoven, Best and Uden.

 

The map visual can find Eindhoven and Uden, but can't find Best. I have already changed the data type to City, but with no avail. I don't have actual adresses, just the cities.

 

suggestions?


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Re: Map visualisation: finding city

@Olia here is something i did quickly for your reference. hope it is helpful

 

netherland.PNG




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Re: Map visualisation: finding city

@Olia try to concatenate it with country code and data category as region.

 

here is link to tips and tricks to improve underlying dataset for map.




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Re: Map visualisation: finding city

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@parry2k

 

sorry, can you explain what you mean by "concatenate it with country code and data category as region"?

do you mean creating "Best, NL" variable and settig data category as Region? cause then he can't find anything at all...

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Re: Map visualisation: finding city

@Olia here is something i did quickly for your reference. hope it is helpful

 

netherland.PNG




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Re: Map visualisation: finding city

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O_O;;;;  Best is located just above Eindhoven actually.... they are 10km apart. so that picture is wrong...

 

 

edit: works with ESRI map. Thank you very much for your help!