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DuncanCottam
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GeoOperations - Use two intables in the Within() operation

Hi

I have a table loaded in the script with points data (Lat,Long) and a unique Id for each point and have separately loaded and merged together a number of KML files with polygons and IDs and loaded these as a separate table.

I can load these as separate points and Area layers within the map charts , no problem.  However I now want to use the Geooperations Within() operation to establish which polygon(s) the points fall within, but cant get it to work with two intables. 

Is this even possible and if so, can anyone provide the correct syntax for this?  I am using Qlik Sense SaaS / GeoOperations

Thanks in advance

Duncan

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Patric_Nordstrom
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Check out the "GeoOperations CSV example.qvf : Example how to use more than one internal table as input." at

https://community.qlik.com/t5/Qlik-Sense-Documents/GeoOperations-Examples-Qlik-GeoAnalytics/ta-p/175...

Fyi, this will be easier soon when GeoOperations be able to read from DataFiles.

Thanks,

Patric

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Patric_Nordstrom
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Employee

Check out the "GeoOperations CSV example.qvf : Example how to use more than one internal table as input." at

https://community.qlik.com/t5/Qlik-Sense-Documents/GeoOperations-Examples-Qlik-GeoAnalytics/ta-p/175...

Fyi, this will be easier soon when GeoOperations be able to read from DataFiles.

Thanks,

Patric

DuncanCottam
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Thanks Patric for your response, much appreciated.   Do you know when GeoOperations will be able to read datafiles?

Thanks

Duncan