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Cortana
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How to show multiple measures in one geographic chart?

Let's say, we are showing the total members by county of the USA using a choropleth map. Here one measure (TOTAL MEMBER) is showing. That is greener means more members and less green means fewer members.

Cortana_0-1691506809478.pngBut what I want is to show the gender distribution in this plot (Though my real data has more thn 2 categories). Something like -

  • Each county will have a 3d stack bar. 
  • The hight of the bar will indicate total members.
  • The bar will be divided between two sectors - Male & Female. (Same as stack bar chart)

Or are there any other work arround to obtain this type of chart in powerBI? Any custom viz you know? That would be a great help. 

And thanks a lot who are reading this problem to help me out. You are the best 😎.

 

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parry2k
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@Cortana have you tried Azure Map visual Get started with Azure Maps Power BI visual - Microsoft Azure Maps | Microsoft Learn

 

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parry2k
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@Cortana I have to play with it, I thought with Azure Map visual you can add layers, but I could be wrong. I will look into it when I get a chance.



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Thanks a lot for your effort @parry2k .  

Please let me know if you have time. And Also I need to see this on the PowerBi web when published publicly. 

parry2k
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@Cortana have you tried Azure Map visual Get started with Azure Maps Power BI visual - Microsoft Azure Maps | Microsoft Learn

 

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Hi @parry2k 
Thanks a lot for the suggestion. It actually worked what I wanted. But here what I get is- 

Cortana_0-1691587198804.png

It is showing the category but not the choropleth map of total member. Like the first picture that I upload with the question. Is there any way that the map could show both the heat map and the category donut as well?

 

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