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Maceo_B
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filled map

Hello, 

I would like to fill a map with different categories of administrative boundaries - to vizualize for example some departments and some regions of France on the same map.  

Is this possible? 

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Anonymous
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Hi,

I work with Maceo_B and let me clarify the question.

 

We need represent this types of location (County, State/Province, Country/Region) on a single map.

 

Power BI desktop allows to bind on the location field a value like this "CountyName, CountryName" OR "State/Province, CountryName". That works perfectly but on 2 maps or with hierarchy.

 

It's possible to group on a single map without use hierarchy. For example, by binding on location field this value: "LocationName, LocationType, CountryName"... where locationtype would be county, State/Province or Region/Country.

 

Regards

@Maceo_B@Anonymous

 

No, currently it's not possible to group the locations and show all level info on single map without using hierarchy.

 

Regards,

v-sihou-msft
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@Maceo_B

 

In your scenario, if you want to show different color for different regions, you can use ArcGIS map and put the region field into "Color".

 

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If you want to drill down to different levels on same map, you can use Filled Map and put entire hierarchy into Location.

 

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Regards,

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