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Helper II
Helper II

Size of bubble based on physical diameter in Esri visualization

We currently have a simple table with the address details of our customers. We have one column in the table, "Coverage (km)", which is the amount of kilometers that the customer will travel. We wish to use that field to denote the size of the bubble dropped at the location. It has to however be the correct size, i.e.a value of 10 should show a 10KM wide bubble based on the geography of the report. I wonder if this is possible?  We are using the Esri Power BI visualization, however could change to a different visualization due to this requirement.

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Solution Sage
Solution Sage

Hi @BruceAnderson 

I think it is not possible due to a few reasons.

  1. There is no correlation between the bubble size and the map scale.
  2. It depends on the zoom level of the map. While the bubble is static, the map isn't.

Anyhow, I'll be glad to read I am wrong.

 

Cheers!
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Exactly, they were the two issues I faced. Hence hoping there is some other way.  I hoped to avoid having to do it by post code, or need to map the boundaries. 

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Hi @BruceAnderson ,

 

Based on my research, the ArcGIS Map may not meet your requirement as the reason other people mentioned, you can try to search other custom visual from here: https://app.powerbi.com/visuals/

 

If there is not what you want, you could create your own custom visual if is an experienced web developer.

https://powerbi.microsoft.com/en-us/documentation/powerbi-custom-visuals/

 

Best regards,

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