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Renan_Crepaldi
Obsidian | Level 7

Hello!

 

I've created a Geomap that plots a bubble for each client according to their address, but I wanted to add a specific bubble (or a marker) to identify the store they had an order.

 

There are 2 different stores, and I've added a filter to select only one each time:

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Is there a feature on this type of object? The table I used for this dashboard already have the coordinates for the store.

 

Thanks!

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PetriRoine
Pyrite | Level 9

Sure,

 

This is how my data looks like:

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Notice that I have one hierarchy defined as: Reference Point -> Customer

 

The object I use is called Geo network in VA8.5. In VA8.3 you can use Network Analysis object. You get the map to background from Options -> Network Display -> Network Diagram -> Map background = checked.

 

The only data role you need is to assign the hierarchy you created to Levels.

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Then I manually created coloring rules for Reference Points:

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I think that was it. Please ask if you get stuck at any point.

 

Best regards,

Petri

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PetriRoine
Pyrite | Level 9

Hello @Renan_Crepaldi 

 

I'm not exactly sure what you are looking for, but maybe Geo Network (Type: Hierarchical) would do the trick? I have two Reference points with links to Clients.

 

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Is this something that you are looking for?

 

Best regards,

Petri

Renan_Crepaldi
Obsidian | Level 7

Hello, Petri! That's exactly what I want!

 

How do you create this Geo Network? Is it just a Hierarchy?

 

I've tried creating one and it doesn't seem to be the correct way.

 

Could you show me the way you did it?

 

Thanks!

 

PetriRoine
Pyrite | Level 9

Sure,

 

This is how my data looks like:

Capture.PNG

Notice that I have one hierarchy defined as: Reference Point -> Customer

 

The object I use is called Geo network in VA8.5. In VA8.3 you can use Network Analysis object. You get the map to background from Options -> Network Display -> Network Diagram -> Map background = checked.

 

The only data role you need is to assign the hierarchy you created to Levels.

Capture1.PNG

Then I manually created coloring rules for Reference Points:

Capture3.PNG

I think that was it. Please ask if you get stuck at any point.

 

Best regards,

Petri

Renan_Crepaldi
Obsidian | Level 7

Hi, Petri.

 

I made all the configurations you specified, but the links are not showing 😞

 

I saw that there's an option of the link direction, and even after I activate it, nothing happens.

 

Just to wrap up all the things I've done:

 

Created a hierarchy

Renan_Crepaldi_0-1585919020413.png

Setted it as a level

Renan_Crepaldi_1-1585919085307.png

Activated the map background

Renan_Crepaldi_2-1585919150061.png

Created the custom rules for the reference points

Renan_Crepaldi_3-1585919201224.png

 

Have I missed any step?

 

Thank you very much for the help!

 

FalkoSchulz
SAS Employee

It seems you performed a drill down to level 2 of your hierarchy - as such you will only see nodes on that level. If you want to see both levels (and related link between) - go to the top level (you can use the top level breadcrumb) and make sure the 'additional level' slider in the options panel is at least set to 2.

 

Hope this helps. Falko

Renan_Crepaldi
Obsidian | Level 7
It worked!

Thank you, Fako.

I marked Petri's reply as a solution since he passed every detail to make this type of view, but thank you again for putting this detail up.

Best regards,

Renan

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