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Power BI | Overview of maps exercise | Create a map showing sales by town for the South-East
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Create a new Power BI report, and load data from the workbook in the above folder.
Create a field in the towns table to fix each town firmly within the UK:
The new column should include the name of the country the towns belong to.
Create a map showing total quantity of sales by this town, using the region as a legend to get the colouring shown:
The map shows different regions in different colours.
Add a slicer to limit the towns to those in the regions you select:
Here we're looking at sales in the London and South-East regions only.
Add another table to show the quantity sold for each shopping centre in any town you click on:
Romford is shown selected on the map.
Save your report as Going to the dogs, then close this instance of Power BI down.