Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a map visualization, part of Learning Microsoft Power BI Desktop.
- [Voiceover] If you've been working along with me,…please open the catalog or catrequest.pbix file…that you saved when we were building data models…or open the data model that you created and saved…that includes latitude and longitude or geospatial data…because we're going to create a map.…If you're just joining us, we have three queries.…And one request has a zip code.…This table is related to a lookup table called Zipcode…that uses the zip code and can return city state…as well as latitude, longitude and timezone…and whether or not they are particular geography…celebrates daylight savings time.…
This data set comes to us from civic space…and information about where you can get this data set…is included in the last movie in Chapter 03…where we build this particular set of data.…Let's go to the Report tab…and I'm going to choose Request…and click on Zipcode.…And then I'm going to wait a minute…because this data set is pretty large.…Notice as soon as I chose the Zipcode field,…the map visualization has been selected…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Installing and launching Power BI Desktop
- Connecting to Excel and CSV files
- Connecting to a database or web data
- Querying data
- Transforming data
- Creating relationship between tables
- Merging data
- Creating visualizations and reports
- Publishing to the Power BI service
- Sharing and unsharing reports
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Get Started
2. Get Data
3. Model Data: Shaping, Combining, and Merging Data
4. Create Visualizations and Reports
5. Share Your Work
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