|Select the field whose data you want display on the map.
You can dot walk to other fields. Select a field that is one
level more granular than the map you want to display the
For example, imagine you are configuring data
for a level 1 map source that is displayed on the world
map. Because the data for countries are displayed on the
world map, select Location
. Similarly, if you are
configuring data to display on a map of Germany or the
United States, select Location State /
Note: The city label is the
most granular level able to be displayed when
drilling down into a map report. For example: If you
want to report on various site locations within a
city, and define the bottom-level map source field
to include location.name, the map report displays
the multiple locations as the corresponding city
labels. As a result, reporting on multiple locations
which have the same location.city value results in
displaying multiple map dots with the same label,
but with different aggregated values, and which
drill down to different locations.
Most map sources use a field on
the Location table.