Dublin County not being Dislplayed Correctly

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12-14-2023 02:15 AM
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ireladan
New Contributor II

Hi all,

I'm having problems displaying the county of Dublin on a map. The rest of the counties are being displayed correctly, but the ESRI map for Power BI is only selecting the city section of Dublin and not the whole county.

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I've tried most every combo I can think of to indicate its the whole county. Any thoughts?

 

Thanks a mill

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AnthonyLatini
Esri Contributor

@ireladan - Thank you for reaching out. Would you be able to share your dataset here with me? I would like to test this against a newer build that we will be sending out in Q1 of 2024 and I want to see if it has been resolved there. 

 

Thank you! 

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ireladan
New Contributor II

@AnthonyLatini - thanks for getting back to me. I've attached the table I was using, with the figures randomised. I've tried various ways of specifying Dublin - Dublin, Ireland; County Dublin, Ireland; Dublin, Leinster, Ireland; I even tried using ISO 3166-2:IE.

Looking closer at the map produced, it looks as if for Cork, the city is omitted (the opposite of what's happening to Dublin)

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Thanks again and if you want any other info, just let me know

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AnthonyLatini
Esri Contributor

@ireladan - Thank you for the data! I had a look at it and saw the same behavior. I was able to recreate some of this data and it now appears properly in ArcGIS for Power BI. Please let me know if this dataset helps. I have added a screenshot to show how it should appear in the component. 

In the Location type widget, ensure you select the appropriate data fields to render the boundaries on the map. You can use either Closest match or Exact match and the results will be the same. 

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ireladan
New Contributor II

@AnthonyLatini Interesting, thanks! I was using the wrong county names for some… that said, is there no way to group the four local authorities in Dublin and reference it as one? It'd be common enough in Ireland to just have data grouped by county and not local authorities, especially since the rest of the country is not broken down that way. So they're two different ways of referencing places and rarely would a dataset have both as they are slightly different (hope that makes some sense!)

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