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Fluorite | Level 6

Hola!, cuento con tablas de datos GeoReferenciadas del tipo MultiPolígono. En cada tabla tengo distintas Áreas Geográficas para la misma superficie con polígonos de distinto interés, ¿ cómo puedo hacer para que las capas se muestren en un sólo objeto ?. Aclaro que estoy trabajando con "Proveedor de datos geográficos" y los campos: Section_ID, Segment, Sequence y, obviamente, Latitud y Longitud. Además, he conectado una cuenta sin cargo a ESRI. Hasta ahora, he logrado cargar tablas en distintos objetos (ver figura). ¿ Tengo que utilizar una sola tabla ? ¿ Tengo que utilizar SASGraphBuilder ? , muchas gracias por su apoyo







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SAS Visual Analytics only ships with a few geographical overlay combinations (e.g., region+coordinate or line+coordinate). In order to overlay multiple Geo Region maps - you will have to use SAS Graph Builder and create a related template. So in your case you want to use a Geo Map + Region + Region + Region for instance - which would give you 3x layers. Once created - import this template into SAS VA and assign related geographical items. And yes, all your data would need to be in the same data table as there is no support for multiple data sources per visual in VA just yet. Hope this helps. Falko

Fluorite | Level 6
Hi @wilkoba, I will take your input into account, thank you very much!
Fluorite | Level 6
Hi @FalkoSchulz, I will be working on your instructions, thank you very much for the support!


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