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Power BI | Overview of maps exercise | Create a basic map analysing station usage by ticket type
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Open the report in the above folder:
The report contains data on UK station usage in 2017-18, broken down by ticket type. The data is genuine!
Create a map showing the usage of stations for the region and passenger numbers chosen in the slicers:
This is only a suggestion for how your map could look. Make sure you display the Passengers column on your chart, not the Estimated Passengers one.
Add a tooltip field so that you can see which station you're looking at:
This shows that we are looking at Waterloo station (as it happens, the busiest station in the UK).
Add a table which shows the data for the pie chart slices you select:
|If you use the Ctrl key to select these slices ...||... you should see the season ticket travel for the 3 stations in question.|
Save this report as Meeting your Waterloo, then close it down.