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milleam
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Mapping two different type of data on same map

I am trying to find a solution to map two different data sets on the same map to show correlation between them.  My scenario is this:

 

1.  I have a data set of auto mechanics based on their city, state, country name. I would like to plot this using circles with size representing # of mechanics in each location (some locations have multiple mechanics, others only have one)

2. I have a corresponding data set of individual vehicles based on latitude/longitude. 

 

I want to be able to plot both on the same map so I can visualize the distance of auto mechanics to vehicles.  I've struggled to find a simple solution to this problem and hoping this community can help. Thank you

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AshleyGangaram
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Hi There,

 

Did you find a solution for this in power Bi?

v-easonf-msft
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Community Support

Hi , @milleam 

Based on my research, it is not supported yet currently.

You can come up with a new idea and add your comments there to make this feature coming sooner.

 https://ideas.powerbi.com/forums/265200-power-bi-ideas  

Best Regards,
Community Support Team _ Eason

parry2k
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Super User

@milleam I dont think out of the box visual allows to plot multiple data points, not sure if mapbox or ArcGis visuals allows to achieve this. you have to test it.



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