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jfarquharson
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Mapbox visualization has no 'don't summarize' option comparable to ArcGis. Is there a work-around?

Hello, 

 

I am having a problem with my Mapbox visualization; it seems to force me to summarize my data. I can achieve what I want with the ArcGIS, but I want to use Mapbox accross all my reports.

 

As an example in ArcGIS I can choose this 'Don't summarize' option which give me a nice color coded image of the reasons customers returned their product.

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Which is perfect. But when I try and create the same visualization in Mapbox. I don't get the same option.

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Seems like it should be easy to fix and/or a common problem.  But I can't see anyone else online with this problem. Guess I made an easy mistake. 

 

Anyone able to help me? Thanks in advance

 

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jfarquharson
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Solution: 

 

It worked when I also had something in the 'Location' part of the visualisation rather than using only latitude and longitude.

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mmmmmnn
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i have the same issue. i have two tables related by a column. i want the color of the map bubbles to be the values in the related column. however, it only allows me to aggregate the column and set all bubbles to the same color. the proposed solution did not work for me (i'm using a country code for location, not lat/long).

jfarquharson
Frequent Visitor

Solution: 

 

It worked when I also had something in the 'Location' part of the visualisation rather than using only latitude and longitude.

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