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LZucco
New Contributor II

Density map layer resulting geometric data error

Hello!

I have created a map area layer using the city districts limits area and then multiple density layers using same latitude and longitude data on it. Some are resulting success and some are not, but I don't understand why was that.

Please check attached files to help me out here.
Any help will be appreciated.
Regards,
LZucco

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Employee
Employee

Re: Density map layer resulting geometric data error

I can see an issue in your data. You have three tables, all linked on Bairro field, but Qlik is Case Sensitive, so there are no matches between your absoluto through the CAPITAL Bairro values in RuasIdentificadas table to the other values. eg AGRONOMIA is not the same as Agronomia
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Employee
Employee

Re: Density map layer resulting geometric data error

For the density layer, the Dimension should be the link to the location (Bairro)
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LZucco
New Contributor II

Re: Density map layer resulting geometric data error

Thanks for the response but I don't believe that it's the problem.

My latitude and longitude information are in fact a central point of Bairro and I am using the same data on other density layer with success as you can see in the attached image.

Still cannot understand what is happening...

Employee
Employee

Re: Density map layer resulting geometric data error

When I opened the app you uploaded, this is what I saw:

absoluto.PNG

But when I changed the dimension to Bairro, this is what it looked like:

Bairro.PNG

 

LZucco
New Contributor II

Re: Density map layer resulting geometric data error

Please explain better because I think that changing dimension from absoluto to Bairro will result in other result, a result not expected because I want to measure the value of absoluto field.

Employee
Employee

Re: Density map layer resulting geometric data error

I can see an issue in your data. You have three tables, all linked on Bairro field, but Qlik is Case Sensitive, so there are no matches between your absoluto through the CAPITAL Bairro values in RuasIdentificadas table to the other values. eg AGRONOMIA is not the same as Agronomia
LZucco
New Contributor II

Re: Density map layer resulting geometric data error

Thanks a lot!
Sometimes the easiest error is the hardest to find.