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rjassem1
Obsidian | Level 7

I'm hoping I can find a solution here to a problem I'm having with Geo Networks. The goal is to find out which county students came from and where they are working. Both source and target are geography items. Source is based on county code and target is based on state 2-letter abbreviation.  I can't see any lines. As I'm typing this, I'm wondering if it's because they both belong to different providers?

 

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Sam_SAS
SAS Employee

Hello @rjassem1,

Ungrouped network diagrams a bit tricky. Is your target variable a subset of your source variable? I often get this backwards.

 

ETA: On edit, I see you are using state abbreviations in one and ISO codes in the other. I'm pretty sure you need to create a hierarchy and use that in a hierarchical network.

 

Sam

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Sam_SAS
SAS Employee

Hello @rjassem1,

Ungrouped network diagrams a bit tricky. Is your target variable a subset of your source variable? I often get this backwards.

 

ETA: On edit, I see you are using state abbreviations in one and ISO codes in the other. I'm pretty sure you need to create a hierarchy and use that in a hierarchical network.

 

Sam

rjassem1
Obsidian | Level 7

Hi Sam,

 

It worked. Thank you! I need to narrow it down but it works.

 

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Sam_SAS
SAS Employee

Great! Thanks for following up with us 🙂

 

For an ungrouped network, the source and target variables need to have the same types of values (e.g., state abbreviations in both.)

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