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BastiaanBrak
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Administrative Area Level 2 name in NL

hi, I'm trying to plot some municipality (i.e. Administrative Area Level 2) data for the Netherlands, the municipality names in my dataset match those in Qlik Sense apart for one municipality called 'Nuenen, Gerwen en Nederwetten' in the Administrative Area Level 1 called 'Noord Brabant' (see screenshot below). Hence, I would like to check what the actual name of this area in Qlik is, but based on this post (Solved: Re: Administrative Area Country - getting the deta... - Qlik Community - 1952307) it seems I first need to get my head around using GeoOperations. However, I haven't looked into this before and I haven't really got time right now so I was hoping someone might be able to check which name Qlik is using for this Administrative Area Level 2, or point out for what other reason I'm not getting a match. 

Kind regards, Bastiaan Brak

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BastiaanBrak
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UPDATE: the answer can be found in www.geonames.org as explained here:

https://support.qlik.com/articles/000087844

 

Turns out that the municipality name is abbreviated to just 'Nuenen':

http://www.geonames.org/2749779/gemeente-nuenen-gerwen-en-nederwetten.html#

 

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BastiaanBrak
Contributor II
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UPDATE: the answer can be found in www.geonames.org as explained here:

https://support.qlik.com/articles/000087844

 

Turns out that the municipality name is abbreviated to just 'Nuenen':

http://www.geonames.org/2749779/gemeente-nuenen-gerwen-en-nederwetten.html#