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Helper I
Helper I

Problem with Shape Map visualization

Hello PBI community,

 

I'm trying to visualize the map of Brazilian cities through the Shape Map in PBI, but I'm dealing with the following problem as shown in the image below:

duvida.JPG

As you can see, many cities are coloured by grey, which means that PBI didnt recognize the key ID for these specific regions, like the selected city in the example: "São Gabriel da Cachoeira". In this case, I can't see the additional information from that region in the tooltip. Here one example of the information that I see to a "recognized" region:

 

duvida2.jpg

 

However, when I select with the slicer the name of one specific city previously couloured in grey in the general map vision, here what I get (same city that was in grey "São Gabriel da Cachoeira"):

 

duvida3.jpg

 

Now, with the slicer selection, the region is recognized and PBI bring me the information to the specific city.

 

Do you guys have any idea of what is happening here?

 

I'm sending in the google drive link below the PBI file and the TopoJSON file.

 

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1J22UlUlIOEFiKrh-UMKLwMK3QVtuotUl?usp=sharing

 

Thanks in advance

 

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Super User II
Super User II

You can see the 'i' in the first screenshot (Too many values)

 

I think there is an artificial limit on the number of plot points in the shapemap (similar to the other map visuals).

So you can see x amount of plot points but not 5231 

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Super User II
Super User II

You can see the 'i' in the first screenshot (Too many values)

 

I think there is an artificial limit on the number of plot points in the shapemap (similar to the other map visuals).

So you can see x amount of plot points but not 5231 

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Thanks @HotChilli , I didn't realize that "i". That's exactly what you said: "Too many values. Not displaying all data. Filter the data or choose another field."

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