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esquiveljc
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Map and filter context in tooltip not work

Hi,

I have a map with the population in balls divided by race, the size of each ball is determined by the population. Here are my columns in the RacialPopState table:

State or territory
Race
Population

My problem is that the balls are small and the distribution of the races is not clear and I don't want to enlarge them, so I thought of making a tooltip that would display the ball of the map with the race subdivision but larger . Here is the formula I use to display the tooltip:

 

CALCULATE (SUM ('RacialPopState' [Population]); RacialPopState [State or territory]; ALL ('RacialPopState' [Race]))

 

But the filter context is still active when I hover over the mouse pointer over the ball and it doesn't show division by race because it always filters. Who has an idea?

Thanks


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@esquiveljc this what you need to do, on tooltip page turn off Keep all filters and add state/province column on the drill-down and that will do it. In the following screenshot, I turned off Keep all filters and added the Id column from my model, in your case, it will state/province column

 

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parry2k
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@esquiveljc yes it will be, I would recommend not to put a legend on the map and then in tooltip use pie chart to show the distribution.

 

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Hi @parry2k , 

Yes, it's pie chart which I use in my tooltip.  I also deactivated the legend but it does not work yet, I thought that my problem was in DAX?

Thaks

 

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@parry2k My client want the legend in de map and use le tooltip like a zoom.

@esquiveljc this what you need to do, on tooltip page turn off Keep all filters and add state/province column on the drill-down and that will do it. In the following screenshot, I turned off Keep all filters and added the Id column from my model, in your case, it will state/province column

 

parry2k_0-1593564978778.png

 

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Subscribe to the @PowerBIHowTo YT channel for an upcoming video on List and Record functions in Power Query!!

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Did I answer your question? Mark my post as a solution. Proud to be a Super User! Appreciate your Kudos 🙂
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@parry2k Thanks it works

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