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hdaoued
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show expected and real location on the same MAP

I have one table containing object id and then expected location and real location. I would like to display the expected location and real location on the same map visual so that the user can easily see how far from each other the loctions are. Is this feasible in Power BI?

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johnt75
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I think you'd need to unpivot the data so that you've got object ID, location type ( expected or actual ) and location. you could then use the location type as the legend.

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hdaoued
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Thanks @johnt75 That is working fine but the only issue is that i can't distinguish between the locaion of two objects if they have the same one. I tried to add the object ID in the tooltip but that does not solve the issue. Any ideas?

johnt75
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I think you'd need to unpivot the data so that you've got object ID, location type ( expected or actual ) and location. you could then use the location type as the legend.

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