# Qlik GeoAnalytics Discussions

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## GeoAnalytics Info-Bubble Problem

If i use a Geo-Point as Dimension the Info Bubble shows the Value in my case the Longitude and Latitude of the Point (using a Chart-Layer) but i don´t want to see the Longitude and Latitude, i want to see the Description of this Point. In My case the name of the Port.

My first solution was to use a custom info bubble but in Custom info bubble there is now known way to display a table as you see in the screenshot above.

Any ideas?

Best Regards,

Ramon

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## Re: GeoAnalytics Info-Bubble Problem

Hi,

There is no magic way for multi values when doing custom info popups.

In this case either use concat or a set expression to handle aggregations.

='Partgroup 1 = ' &  Sum({\$<Partgroup={1}>}goods) & ' t<br> ' &

'Partgroup 2 = ' &  Sum({\$<Partgroup={2}>}goods) & ' t<br> '

Thanks,

Patric

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## Re: GeoAnalytics Info-Bubble Problem

Hi,

You can embed  HTML tags to your custom info bubble to format the output.

='<table><tr><td>'&Port_name&'</td><td>'&Port_desc&'</td></tr></table>'

https://bi.idevio.com/wp-content/qlik/qliksense/releases/IdevioMapsForQlikSense-5.11.1/imap_referenc...

Thanks,

Patric

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## Re: GeoAnalytics Info-Bubble Problem

Hi Patric,

thank you for your fast answer. That worked but if i have more than 1 value i can not use html because the table in html is static and the Pie Chart has variable Rows.

for example:

Port: Amsterdamm

Partgroup 1 = 80 t

Partgroup 2 = 22 t

Partgroup 3 = 50 t

Qlik do this when the info bubble is set to automatic  i need the whay to do so with the custom info bubble.

Best Regards,

Ramon

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Employee

## Re: GeoAnalytics Info-Bubble Problem

Hi,

There is no magic way for multi values when doing custom info popups.

In this case either use concat or a set expression to handle aggregations.

='Partgroup 1 = ' &  Sum({\$<Partgroup={1}>}goods) & ' t<br> ' &

'Partgroup 2 = ' &  Sum({\$<Partgroup={2}>}goods) & ' t<br> '

Thanks,

Patric