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Visual Analytics automatically assigns geographic roles (Latitude and Longitude) to number fields (whether dimension or measure) with common geographical names such as; Longitude and Latitude. You can also assign geographical roles to any number field by right-clicking on the measure and clicking a Geographical Role option. Visual Analytics changes the measure to continuous dimension. The string changes to icon.
Latitude and Longitude support is only applicable to Symbol Map.
|Country Name||ISO alpha-2||ISO alpha-3||FIPS|
Visual Analytics does not recognize state or city names when:
Visual Analytics finds ambiguity in state or city names when your geographical data contains:
For example, Sydney is present in Australia and Canada. When Visual Analytics plots cities, it considers Sydney ambiguous if a country or a state is not specified.
Visual Analytics disables the Edit Locations option when building a symbol map chart with Latitude and Longitude geographical dimensions.
To resolve ambiguous locations
Visual Analytics listed Florida, Maryland, Montana as ambiguous/unknown locations because the country role is not specified. When country is not specified, Visual Analytics searches geographical data against a worldwide dataset and displays these states as ambiguous because similar state names are present in other countries.