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Enhance drill in Maps for a more intuitive workflow
Use case:Currently in a map, if you have the same items represented in the region layer and the points layer for example country and city, and you drill into a specific area based on a navigation path that applies to both layers (ex: Country, City...
When using Top x Filter need option to group all other categories
When charting Top X categories we should give an option to simply group the other categories and display these on the chart as 'Other'. We'd see the Top X pluse one additional 'Other' category. This could be optional to choose to follow this group...
Expand crosstab visualization conditional formatting to include rows or columns included in the crosstab. If the profit( #Vales) is greater than zero AND the line of business(Rows) is camping equipment, then make the value green. Being able to set...
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